District Fisheries Officer Kalipodo Roy said this year 100.29 metric tons of fish of 431 ponds have been washed away. The fish farmers have suffered a loss of Tk 90.21 lakh.
Besides, 18,450 hectares of cropland has been inundated.
Meanwhile, those who lost their houses in the recent erosion have thronged the houses of public representatives seeking food assistance.
Saidur Rahman, chairman of Bhogdanga Union in Sadar upazila, said at least 105 houses have been lost to Dharla in Jagmohon char. A primary school building also went into the river water.
At least 10,000 people have been affected in the area.
“The relief assistance is inadequate,” he said.
Nuruzzaman Babul, Chairman of Moglabasa union, said some 144 houses in Malbhanga, Palligram, Charkrishnapur areas have been devoured by the river.
Ayub Ali, chairman of Jatrapur union, said last week Brahmmapurta gobbled up 90 houses in porarchar, Bhagbatipur, Shiberpachi, Khaserchar, Baldipara and Parbatipur areas of the union.
A list of affected house owners was sent to the local office seeking assistance.
Kurigram Deputy Commissioner Mohamamd Rezaul Karim said 85MT rice, 2,000 packets of dry food, Tk 2.5 lakh cash, Tk 4 lakh for fodder and Tk 1 lakh for baby food were given to the flood victims.
According to the daily bulletin of Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) issued on Thursday, 263 people have died while 87,016 people have been affected by the ongoing floods.
Lalmonirhat, Kurigram Gaibandha, Nilphamari Rangpur, Sunamganj, Sirajganj, Bogura, Jamalpur, Sylhet and Tangail districts have been hit hard by recent flash floods while people of 269 upazilas have been affected.