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Bangladesh- No one knows how many people are missing, out of about 800 passengers in the launch

Ns News Online Desk:Ns News Online Desk: In Bangladesh serious accident occurred -the launch fired and destroy ,but no one knows how many people are missing, how many people are still missing in the fire of MV Expedition-10 launch in Sugandha river of Dishehara Swajanrajhalkathi.

Relatives of the missing have been visiting Diakul village on Sugandha Tir, Jhalokati Sadar Hospital and Barisal Sher-e-Bangla Medical College Hospital since Friday morning after the accident.

The fragrance arrow and the hospital environment are heavy in their ahajari. Barisal Divisional Commissioner. Saiful Hasan Badal told Samakal at 8:30 pm on Friday, “We still can’t say the exact number of missing passengers.” Multiple teams from the fire service and the Coast Guard are searching for the missing in the Sugandha River.

Besides, a control room has been opened in Barguna and miking has been done in the city to collect information about the missing. The administration is trying its best to find out the exact number of missing persons. Jhalokati Deputy Commissioner.

Johar Ali also could not give any exact number of missing passengers involved in the accident. He also said that efforts are being made to collect the names and identities of the missing persons. Deputy Director of Barisal Fire Service. Kamal Uddin Bhuiyan said that several teams from Barisal and Jhalokati are searching for the missing persons in Sugandha river. Relatives at the hospital to search for the missing Babul, 50, of Chhotabagi village in Taltoli upazila of Barguna came to the Barisal Sher-e-Bangla Medical College (Shebachim) Hospital to look for his mother Rekha Begum, 60, and two-year-old grandson Junaid. Babul was breaking down in tears as he repeatedly went to the beds of the injured. Babul, who was sitting at Barisal Shebachim Hospital at around 1pm on Friday, that his niece Sonia (25), Sonia’s two sons Jubayer (6) and Junaid (2) and his mother Rekha Begum had launched an accident-hit operation in Barguna.

He was going to Chhotabagi village of Taltoli upazila. Soon after the launch caught fire, Sonia was able to swim ashore with her six-year-old son Zubair, but two-year-old Junaid and Rekha Begum are still missing. Babul said, ‘My mother is no longer in Natidar. Ogo komme pamu hao mui janina. And may Allah give it back to my mother and granddaughter. ‘ Uttam Haldar (35) of Bukabunia village in Bamna upazila of Barguna was looking for his nephew Krishna Haldar (14) at Barisal Shebachim Hospital.

The missing Krishna is a ninth class student of a school in Uttara, Dhaka. Krishna Haldar’s mother Gita Rani and younger brother Pratya were going home to Bamna village. Uttam Haldar said that after the accident, Gita Rani jumped into the river with her suffix. Although they were able to reach the shore, Krishna disappeared. Uttam Haldar said on his mobile phone at 8 pm on Friday that they have not found his nephew Krishna Haldar yet. Patuakhali Mirzaganj Deuli village resident said. Ronnie, 15, was looking for his mother Reena Begum and sister Lima at Shebachim Hospital on Friday afternoon.

Ronnie went to the beds of the injured again and again and broke down in tears as he could not find his mother and sister. Ronnie himself was injured in the incident. A fire broke out on a launch named MV Abhiyan-10 bound for Barguna from Dhaka at Deuri area of ​​Ponabalia Union in Jhalokati around 2pm on Thursday.

The launch was going to Barguna with about 800 passengers. Passengers tried to extinguish the fire. Many went to the roof. Some jump into the river. So far 39 bodies have been recovered in this incident. There are also hundreds of burns.

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