Bangladesh: Nine people killed in hurricane Vani, 2000 houses destroyed

Nine people were killed on Saturday as a result of Hurricane Vani, which hit northeast Bangladesh, causing winds exceeding 200 kilometers per hour.

According to the Bangladesh media, nine people were killed in the Bargona district on the coast, while lightning strike killed five in the northern region of Kishoreganj.

Bangladesh officials said more than 1.6 million people had reached to the shelters, and 36 coastal villages had been flooded after dams were damaged, confirming at least 2,000 houses destroyed.

It is worth mentioning that the toll of the victims of Hurricane “Vani” in the state of “Odessa” in eastern India on Saturday rose to 12 people, more than one million people were evacuated to 4000 relief centers.

Related posts

Protesters in Iraq urge Baghdad to distance itself from the confrontation between America and Iran

Robert Frank

Indonesia raises restrictions on social media during unrest

News Desk

British Airways to resume flights to Pakistan next week

News Desk

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More