Floods hit Kurigram

  • A family travelling on a raft of banana trees in search of drinking water as floods leave homes and tube-wells submerged at Char Bagua village in Kurigram's Ulipur Upazila.

    A family travelling on a raft of banana trees in search of drinking water as floods leave homes and tube-wells submerged at Char Bagua village in Kurigram's Ulipur Upazila.

  • A man bathing, a boy catching fish, and a woman and a girl wading through water as the roads and homes at Pateshwari village in Kurigram's Sadar Upazila have been inundated.

    A man bathing, a boy catching fish, and a woman and a girl wading through water as the roads and homes at Pateshwari village in Kurigram's Sadar Upazila have been inundated.

  • Homes at Char Bagua village in Kurigram's Ulipur Upazila have gone under water due to floods.

    Homes at Char Bagua village in Kurigram's Ulipur Upazila have gone under water due to floods.

  • Many have taken shelter on higher grounds after most of the homes at Bhelakopa in Kurigram Municipality have gone under floodwaters.

    Many have taken shelter on higher grounds after most of the homes at Bhelakopa in Kurigram Municipality have gone under floodwaters.

  • Makeshift rafts are a common mode of transportation for the people affected by the flood at Bhelakopa in Kurigram Sadar Upazila. They use rafts made of banana trunk to collect daily commodities and meet neighbours.

    Makeshift rafts are a common mode of transportation for the people affected by the flood at Bhelakopa in Kurigram Sadar Upazila. They use rafts made of banana trunk to collect daily commodities and meet neighbours.

  • Thousands of people living in various villages in Bhelakopa in Kurigram municipality have been severely affected by floods. The situation has remained unchanged over the past seven days.

    Thousands of people living in various villages in Bhelakopa in Kurigram municipality have been severely affected by floods. The situation has remained unchanged over the past seven days.

  • Bhelakopa in Kurigram Sadar Upazila remains inundated even though the water level on the Dharla River is starting to recede.

    Bhelakopa in Kurigram Sadar Upazila remains inundated even though the water level on the Dharla River is starting to recede.

  • A family affected by the flood took shelter in an embankment at Bhelakopa in Kurigram Sadar Upazila.

    A family affected by the flood took shelter in an embankment at Bhelakopa in Kurigram Sadar Upazila.

  • As houses are getting submerged, people have taken shelter on rooftops in Gaburjan village in Hatia Union of Kurigram's Ulipur Upazila.

    As houses are getting submerged, people have taken shelter on rooftops in Gaburjan village in Hatia Union of Kurigram's Ulipur Upazila.

  • The residents of Dagarkuti village in Hatia Union of Kurigram’s Ulipur Upazila took shelter in the embankments after their homes and other valuables were inundated.

    The residents of Dagarkuti village in Hatia Union of Kurigram’s Ulipur Upazila took shelter in the embankments after their homes and other valuables were inundated.

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