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Bangladesh faces threat of desertification

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Bangladesh faces threat of desertification

Bus leader Khalekuzzaman Bhuiyan said, riverine Bangladesh is in danger of dying today.

In order to remove unilateral water from the upstream, Indian aggression and the government's knees, corruption and occupation of the country within the country reduced the number of 1,200 trees to 230 in the decrease.He said this in the opening of the three-day Dhaka-Teesta Barrage Road March program from the National Press Club on Saturday demanding fair share of water.Khalekuzzaman said that the appearance of our river has become a waste now. The water flow in the Teesta river, the fourth largest river in the country, has not been reduced due to the dry season. Over the past few years, the flow of water has gradually decreased in the dry season. The irrigation facility that was provided to 10,10 thousand hectares of land through various canals of Teesta Barrage, decreases in reduction in the way of closure. Arsenic levels are also increasing due to the problem of alternate irrigation systems due to the depletion of underground water.

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