May 17, 2021


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‘Life is not perfect, why should the skin be perfect’?

Life is not perfect. Then why would the skin be perfect? Popular Kolkata actress and Trinamool MP Nusrat Jahan posted a picture of herself. On Thursday, Nusrat suddenly posted a picture of him, in which he has no artificial outfit. She didn’t even take the help of any makeup man. During the election campaign, the actress presented her sunburned skin to the netizens.

However, there are doubts as to whether Nusrat wanted to make any reference to life by publishing such pictures. Because her marriage with Nikhil is now on the verge of breaking up. The couple cut the rhythm. He is plagued by human criticism. What did the actress want to say about all those problems?

As seen in the picture, Nusrat is wearing a black and white jacket over a black top. Hair tied randomly. Only light lipstick on the lips and kajal under the eyes. Her acne is obvious.

The hashtag reads, ‘Unique women reign today’. In other words, human work is much more valuable than his beautiful face. This is what Nusrat wanted to say.

In the last few days, the dry season has been prevailing all over the country. In the meantime, there has been an acute water crisis and crop damage. Pure or deep tube well water is one of the acute water crisis. There is a cry for clean water in almost all the unions including Charkadira, Torabganj, Char Lawrence, Hazirhat in Kamalnagar upazila of Laxmipur. The water of water bodies and ponds including ponds in the area of ​​the upazila has dried up.

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The Department of Public Health and Health is of the opinion that there has been a crisis of pure water due to the increase in temperature for several days. The crisis of clean water has led to serious diseases like diarrhea or cholera. Not only pure water but also agriculture and seasonal crops have been damaged.

It can be seen on the ground that the number of diarrhea or cholera patients in the hospital is increasing due to the crisis of clean water. It can also be said that there is no seasonal crop in the tree. Farmers are not able to produce crops for water.

According to the statistics of the health department, the demand for pure water has increased due to the increase in excess temperature. The water from deep tube wells and pressed tube wells is not being pumped properly. Not getting a layer of pure water. There was a cry of pure water. Due to the water crisis in deep tube wells, ponds or reservoirs and river water are being used in village houses. River water flows in the accumulated water of ponds, reservoirs or canals. As a result, germs enter the human body through practical water. And a variety of waterborne diseases such as diarrhea and cholera. Due to the lack of clean water, diarrhea and cholera cases have been reported in different unions of the upazila for the last few days.

Upazila Public Health Deputy Assistant Engineer. Ashikur Rahman said deep tube wells are being set up to supply pure water. However, due to the lack of additional drought or rain, the water layer is going much deeper. Due to which there is an acute water crisis. The water level is going down 22-23 feet. Deep tube wells are being installed as per the demand of pure water.

Upazila Health and Family Planning Officer Dr Abu Taher said it was estimated that about 300 people were suffering from diarrhea and cholera every day due to lack of clean water. And every day 80-95 patients are admitted and treated in the hospital. Excessive temperatures have led to a crisis of pure water. Due to which there is a crisis of pure water. And the crisis of pure water causes various diseases in the human body. Such as – typhoid, dermatitis, jaundice. Diarrhea is one of the water borne diseases.

Atiq Ahmed, upazila agriculture officer, said the increase in temperature or drought would delay the production of seasonal and agricultural crops. If it does not rain for a long time, the seasonal crops are also severely damaged. If there is excessive drought for a long time, seasonal fruits like mango, jackfruit, litchi, guava buds fall off, the fruit becomes small when it is immature. Yields are also low.

Excessive temperatures also cause extensive damage to agricultural crops. For example, cultivation of cucumber, eggplant, chilli, various species of pulses, wheat, maize, vegetables will be unusually low. Production of these crops is being delayed. Necessary water supply has to be provided for crop production. You have to have irrigation system at the right time. Production is low if water supply is not provided properly. So far it has not been possible to determine the extent of the damage. Meanwhile, in the last few days, a sudden storm caused severe damage to paddy. One-third of paddy production becomes chita. This has reduced the production of paddy.

Upazila Parishad Chairman Mezbah Uddin Ahmed Bappi said the excess temperature was rising. As a result, there is a shortage of pure water. Arrangements are underway to install deep tube wells to solve the crisis of pure water. Farmers are also facing losses in crop production due to prolonged drought. Work is underway on these issues.

Upazila Nirbahi Officer Mohammad Kamruzzaman said it has not been raining for a long time. The temperature is also rising excessively. As a result, severe water crisis and severe damage to seasonal crops are taking place. The public health department is working to solve the crisis of clean water. The Agriculture Office has also been asked to take necessary steps for the production of seasonal and agricultural crops.