Lechhraganj union of Harirampur upazila of Manikganj is surrounded by river Padma. There are many canals, beels, mounds, reservoirs, social natural ponds, ponds, etc. along the banks of the river Padma. There are different types of local species of fish in these ponds. People catch fish in these ponds, ponds and beels at different times. In this series, people from different villages have recently come to Patgramchar to catch fish in a joyous atmosphere on the banks of the river Padma. Sujan Mia, a fisherman from Patgramchar, who came to fish in Polobaiche, said, ‘Local fish are more available in Khal Beel. As the canal bill decreases, there will be a crisis of local species of fish. People will become dependent on farmed fish. It will not be possible for all families to buy and eat fish. '
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Corona appeared before people all over the world today in the form of an epidemic. None of us are free from its effects. The need at this time is to maintain physical, not social, distance to keep yourself and others safe. People all over the world are trying hard. In the Corona epidemic, thousands of people have already lost their lives, millions of people have been affected, billions of people in all countries and regions are at risk - the world is going through a terrible time. In order to deal with this horrible situation, the family, society and the state are repeatedly talking about staying at home safely. In this situation, all those low-income people who eat day in and day out are in dire need of food. Because their daily food needs are met with their daily income. The government has repeatedly said that there is enough food in the market and prices are within reach; But in the current situation where there is no work, what is lacking is the purchasing power of that product. In this situation, especially the Dalit population of the city is living in extreme uncertainty including food crisis. Consider the plight of the city's Dalits, the elderly and the underprivileged.
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Chakaria Upazila has to cross the road to Cox's Bazar, the largest beach in Bangladesh and in the world. Laksharchar and Kakara Unions of Chakaria Upazila under Cox's Bazar District have a beautiful place called "Shapla Bill". The beauty of this bill will unite you with the nature with the ceremony of millions of water lilies in the rainy season. You can easily reach this place at the foot of the hill, adjacent to the road between the villages. Adjacent to the water lily, the forest of various plants, shrubs and trees have enhanced its beauty a hundredfold. As soon as you look at any side of the bill, fascination comes down to your eyes. If water is not irrigated for cultivation in winter, the beauty of this bill can be enjoyed throughout the year. Enjoying the amazing beauty of nature, the visitors flocked to the ‘Nalbila’ Shapla Bill. The bill extends over a large area between Laksharchar and Kakara Unions of Chakaria Upazila. When it rains, this beel is called hill slope water. With the spread of the bill, the thirsty people are flocking to Cox's Bazar Sadar, Pekua, Lama, Alikadam and other places.
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