Since late June, a large portion of the country, specially the northern districts, witnessed flood due to incessant downpour and waters coming from the upper stream.
Over two hundred people have lost their lives during the longest lasting flood since 1998.
Besides, thousands hectares of cropland were submerged, vast lands were eroded and dwellings damaged in floodwater.
When the country is grappling with the coronavirus pandemic, the flood set the country on a two-front war, putting millions of people in a miserable situation.
Although over a month has elapsed since the beginning of flood, people in some parts of the country are still struggling to survive amid floodwater .
Savar and Keraniganj, two cities on the outskirts of Dhaka, are still flooded due to rise of water levels in the adjacent rivers.
Sufferings of the locals were revealed in some photos captured by a UNB photographer on Wednesday.
People are using boats to move from one place to another amid knee-to-waist deep water. The photo was taken from Mograkanda area of Savar.
Floodwater is yet to recede, leaving thousands of people marooned.
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The woman is washing something in floodwater. Such use of floodwater in household chores may pose high risk to health and cause different water-borne diseases.
A woman along with a teen girl is moving on a banana tree raft. Such kinds of raft are widely used in rural areas as it can easily be prepared with little cost.
Here, the entire locality goes under floodwater, forcing thousands of people to live inhumane lives.