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>crisis of drinking water, food mounts

>People marooned by the flood in the country are facing a serious crisis of drinking water, food, baby food and fodder for their livestock. (Full article)
Two children drowned in floodwater in Sirajganj yesterday.
Reports from different char areas are grim. Water level rise is continuing at many places including the northern and central parts of the country. Water levels of rivers, however, registered a fall in the north-eastern region.
Experts hope the situation will start to improve after three days as the monsoon active over neighbouring Indian states started to weaken.
“The crucial period is over and I do not think that a devastating flood is going to occur now as the monsoon has become weak over neighbouring Indian states,” said Saiful Islam, director of Flood Forecasting and Warning Centre.

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