Home » Detail » 7 dead as cyclone Remal ravages parts of country

7 dead as cyclone Remal ravages parts of country

by The Bangla Herald

At least seven people were killed as cyclone Remal swept over different parts of the country.

Three people, including a woman and a child, were killed due to the impact of Cyclone Remal in Bhola district.

The deceased were identified as Moneja Khatun, 54; Maisa, 4; and Jahangir, 50. They are residents in Lalmohan, Daulatkhan and Borhanuddin upazilas of the district.

Delwar Hossain, the district relief and rehabilitation officer in charge of the control room of the district commissioner’s office, told BSS that Moneja Khatun, a resident of Ward-7 under the Charoumed Union of Lalmoha Upazila, died last night as her house was smashed due to strong winds.

Four-year-old Maisa died as a big tree fell on their house located in Daulatkhan Municipality.

Jahangir, a resident of Bathanbari village under Sacra Union, under Borhanuddin Upazaila, also died due to fall of a giant tree oh his house.

The government will provide Taka 25000 to each family of the victim, the official said.

Two people were killed due to Cyclone Remal in Patuakhali district.

Joynal Howladar, 70, a resident of Naldwani Sluisgate area of Dumki Upazila, and Karim, 65, a resident of Dhandi village under Baufal upazila of the district, died when trees fell on them this morning, officer-in-charge (OC) of Baufal Police Station Shonit Kumar Gayen told BSS.

In Chattogram, a young man named Saiful Islam Hriday, 26, was killed when a wall of an under-construction building collapsed in Bayezid’s Chandranagar Kalabagan area at around 8:30 a.m.

“While he was passing the area, the wall collapsed on him,” said Kamruzzaman, senior officer of Bayezid fire station.

Shaukat Ali Morol, 72, an inhabitant of the Napitkhali area of Gabura Union in Shyamnagar upazila of Satkhira distrcit, died due to a heart attack while he was going to Napitkhali Government Primary School shelter last night, said Gabura UP Chairman Masudul Alam.

You may also like

Leave a Comment