Lost beauty of Bandarban restored
Published: 11:38 1 April 2020
Most of the roads in Bandaban are inlaid with flowers
Due to the ban, the Bandarban is now empty. Locals are also confined in houses. No traffic on the road. In this occasion, nature is enjoying its old routine. Most of the roads in Bandaban are swollen with flowers.
The jungle of the Jadipara hill area of Bandarban is quite dense. The yelp of foxes was heard once in the evening. At the same time, bell of the deer would be heard from the other bank of the Shankha river blown dividing the forest. Besides, there were lots of birds and monkey groups on the trees at noon. Two decades later, the scene is seen again in the hill district.
Bandarban resident Jewel Bom said, I did not think I would see such a sunny-silent day again. This quite surrounding is nice to us. Now the true natural beauty is seen. The flowers covered on the streets, that I saw many years later.
Various flowers bloomed both sides of the Bandarban road
Bandarban Government Girls' High School teacher, Bawai, said that Bandarban is not of a long time as a city. There were not so many buildings, shops, crowds, roads and so many vehicles. There were bamboo-made and wooden houses, on machang (particular types of bamboo structure) surrounded with charming flower garden.
Jannat Rumi, UNO of Lama Upazila, told that some roadways along the Ramu, Chakaria upazilas of Cox's Bazar district are unprotected yet, that’s why the lockdown will run indefinitely.
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