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Holland floods in Moulvibazar, 14 primary schools closed for two months

14 government primary schools flooded in four upazilas of Moulvibazar have been closed for almost two months. About three thousand students have been caught in the trap. According to District Primary Education Department and local sources, heavy rain and mountainous floods lead to the increase in water in the districts of Hakaluki, Kawadighi, Hail Haor and Kushiara in late June.

As a result, floods in Baralekha, Juri, Kulaura, Rajnagar and Sadar Upazilas have occurred. Houses, roads are underground. Water in 160 primary school buildings. The study of more than 20,000 students of these schools was interrupted. From the middle of July the water in the haor region starts to fall a bit. Although water from the high school buildings fell down, there are still 14 schools in four upazilas of the district.

For almost two months these schools are completely closed. Their educational activities are closed due to lack of alternative measures. Off schools are Jumapur Government Primary School and Kadipur Government Primary School of Kouyadighi Haorpar of Moulvibazar Sadar upazila; Kawla Government Primary School, Central Nidanpur Government Primary School and Fatehpur Government Primary School of Kaoyadighi Haorpar of Rajnagar upazila; North Shasarkandi Government Primary School, Shasarkandi Government Primary School, Rahmania Government Primary School, Jabda Government Primary School, Kalshwar Government Primary School and Other Bhukshimail Government Primary School and Shahpur Government Primary School of Juri Upazila, Belgaon Government Primary School and East Belgaum Government Primary School.

About three thousand students are being denied regular education. According to district primary education office sources, 160 government officials of the district lost 1 million 13 lakh 80 thousand rupees due to flood. In some schools, there is still water, but alternative schools have been started in the neighborhood. But due to water in rural roads, many students can not come in these classes without the guardian.

Chairman of the management committee of Madangani Government Primary School of Bhukshimail union of Kulaura upazila and Chairman of Kulaoora Upazila Council of Krishak League said. Abdul Qadir said in the first light on Thursday, ‘Water in our school for more than two months UNO and upazila primary education officers saw the situation of water entering the school through the boat.

We have arranged for an appointment as head of the headmaster in charge of the place. But due to water, children and children can not come without the guard. “District Primary Education Officer said. Abdul Alim said in the first light on Thursday, ‘We got water in our 160 schools.

The water has dropped from most schools. Though there is still water, educational activities are being run in alternative systems. But 14 schools are completely closed. Testing is off in these After examination will be taken. These schools are located in Haoranchal. The buildings should have been taller.

The highest measurement of water during construction was not considered. Details of the loss of each school have been sent to the Primary Education Department.

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