This would mean organizing relief drives to aid all individuals and communities that have been affected and displaced
Once again, water levels of some of the mightiest rivers in the country have crossed or are on the verge of crossing their danger marks. The Brahmaputra has already flooded its surrounding areas, with the Teesta and the Ghaghot flowing just shy of their danger marks.
This exponential rise inevitably leads to the inundation of nearby locales, which in turn leads to the loss of life, property, and livelihoods of all who live there. Despite this being a wholly predictable natural calamity -- Bangladesh is naturally a flood-prone nation -- we still fail to see any concrete measures being taken to manage this crisis.
If full prevention cannot be attained right now, then at the very least authorities should be focusing on minimizing the damage caused by annual flooding to the best of their abilities.