In Narail, thousands of birds die in torrential rains


Thousands of native birds and guest birds die in three days of hail Photo: Ittefaq

Three days of rain in Narail caused great damage to the plantations. At the same time Thousands of native birds and visitors died at the Ariana Golf Resort and at Echo Park in Kaliya upazila.

Rain stopped in the district from Monday (February 25) until Wednesday morning. In addition, 8 districts of Simanta Bichali, Kharia and Panchagarh, along with rains and storms flow. Hundreds of tree branches collapsed in the storm. In this, the electricity connections were disconnected in different areas of the district, including the city of Narail.

Meanwhile, the owner of Arunima Golf Resort and Eco Park, Irfan Ahmed, said that on the evening of March 25 and 26, thousands of locals and guests who had taken shelter in the park were killed in torrential rains. Later, the bird killed by the workers who worked in the park was buried in the ground.

He said that since the year 2004, every year, 8 months of the year, with the winter season, different species of birds are fished. This year also, at the beginning of the season (from the beginning of October), the guest turned into a festive reception in the guesthouse. Every day, birds and poultry, birds, birds, shalik, aunt, doyle, pineapple, fish, gooseberry, spinach, cocaine, tunduni and sparrows from different areas of the country, foreigners and various species of birds shelter in trees. The deeper the night the birds grew as much as the arrival of the birds. The whole area faces the nights of the birds all night long. But the damage done to birds and vegetables in the last two days has been irreparable.

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Meanwhile, Deputy Director of the District's Agriculture Department, Chinmoy Roy, said rain and three-day rains caused significant damage to vegetables, mushri, wheat, onions, watermelons and vegetables. At least 10% of the harvest will be reduced in the rain, he said.

Ittefaq / MI


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