Ashar Char Island in Bangladesh

Ashar Char Island: In the coastal areas on the coast of Bangladesh, there is an inexhaustible possibility. Millions of people have got livelihood in the fisheries collected from the sea. Salt cultivation, dry production, crabs, shrimp farming, and many people get livelier. Agricultural cultivation changed the fate of many people on the island’s soil. Revolution has occurred on the banks of the coast to produce financial crops like soybean. The ocean of sand beach sand is another possibility. The tourism sector has untimely potential on the coast. Rafiqul Islam Montu, who turned down the marginalized population of the coast at the heart of the development of these possibilities and possibilities. Today is the second episode of this series.

Ashar Char Island

Salmanan, a seventy-five-year-old, was trying to stretch his finger on the bank of the river and tried to stretch the new boundary. In this river, its house, tin house, plants, ponds, land of farming – everything is submerged. The river has chased after the chase. He is now waiting to see the new pond in the river. I remember again the old story.

This is the story of Rahmatpur, Harishpur area of ​​Meghna bank on the west side of Sandwip upazila. The breakdown of this area, known as the breakdown area, is now seen as a new grape. During the fall, it is very far to walk on silt soil. According to the locals’ idea, the length of this char is about 20 kilometers. Many people in this area, like Solomon, are making new dreams of life around this park.

Not only Sandwip, but also the entire picture is constructed alongside the breakdown. The new char is awakening in different areas including Hatiya, Manpura, Maheshkhali, Kutubdia, Char Monctas, Rangabali, Galachipasaha. The scope of the land is increasing. Although these new chariots were supposed to be real landless people, most of the chars were occupied by the influential people. For years that year, the land of landless chars is waiting for the name of Khas Zammi. Nowhere in the possession of the forest department. There are disputes with local residents. However, proper distribution of khasgmis among landless people could be helpful in developing the chances of the coast.

Surrounded by different areas of Sandwip, the picture of the loss of one area is seen. The breakdown is coming, one dam is lost. People removed the house next to the new dam. The people of this place saw the mangoes planted by the hobbies, the ponded pond gorge, the cemeteries of their relatives, and everything in front of them. Talking about the breakdown, they said that no one comes to the news about the untimely plight of their lives due to changing their house every year. Because of the lack of accommodation, shelter on the edge of the barbed embankment. Try somehow to survive. They will get back the missing peas – this is the story of hope.

Another image is in Manpura of the district district Bhola. Some of the people who are lost in the Baipadadar are trying to get a job in the small business of the broken river. Some people have taken shelter in the boat to the boat. Sleeping, eating and drinking or demanding livelihood fishing is there. In the adverse reaction of the environment, they did not have the stability in their lives even after 8-10 times changing their homes. The eyes of the new grazing farms are far away. But there is a war in the other war to get land. Many land acquisition papers are not available in the new gravel.

On the other hand, the location of the poor people is not found in Charpur Nizam and Char Kotalali of Manpura Upazila Upazila of Bhola. The people of different areas, including the people of Barisal, and the people of Ramnewaj, Sakucchia, are being ruined. The house has changed for up to 14 times in one life, yet it did not have stability. People with disabilities are not being accommodated anymore due to the disasters of refugees. Those who have some money, they can buy land and live in other places, but those who do not have the capability, they are lying here.

Many people in the coastal areas of the country are looking for places to get rid of all the lost heads, due to river erosion, tidal surge, tidal surge, cyclone and various natural disasters. Experts have identified their climate as displacement. Research conducted by Association for Climate Refugees (ACR) and Young Power in Social Action (Epsa) says that already 60 million people have been displaced due to climate change in the country. The refugees of Manpura are among them.

East Andrpar of Ward No. 4 of Monpura Union Many people in this area have lost their homes in the past few years. Turning the tide into the water, the water has entered the house, and the house has been removed from many plains of the river. Walking streets, hats, old plants, sun-ponding ponds, and the cemeteries of their relatives are all disappearing in Meghna. A big area is being built outside the new embankment. Some helpless refugees are also living at Andarpar in the risk of life. Jahangir Hossain, a resident of Ward no 4, Age 70 is over. Was rich house. He used to earn a living in the business of fish. This man, who is under the age of negativity, is now in his day-to-day life.

According to local sources, at least ten thousand families have been deprived from the areas of Anderpar and Ramnawaz in the last few years. Some of them are in the area. Many of them are now scattered elsewhere for the sake of livelihood. Though the area was broken up, but there was no place in the place, but many of them did not find the place. The list contains many names including Kanchan Majhi, Jahid Majhi, Khalek Bepari, Mohiuddin Majhi, Jahangir Bepari, Hiran Mistry and others.

Char Nijam is another island of Manpura in the sea estuary. Though the settlement started here after the cyclone of seventeen, refugees did not have the right to live here. Though there was a large amount of Khas land in this char, it was not arranged for refugees. In 1985, 70 destitute families of this characulture accounted for three acres of Khas Zammi

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