DU team visits Haor areas to assess water contamination
They examined the water quality, dead fishes and rotten paddy in Hakaluki Haor A team of Dhaka University teachers visited the Haor areas in Sunamganj Saturday to investigate the reason behind water contamination that led to death of fishes and ducks following the recent flash flood.
They examined the water quality, dead fishes and rotten paddy in Hakaluki Haor.
On Friday, separate teams of Fisheries Ministry and Fisheries Research Institute of Mymensingh and Chandpur visited the Haor areas over the same issue that has raised concerns among the farmers, who have lost their half-ripen paddy in the flood.
Ammonia and hydrogen sulphide gas, formed due to the rotten paddy, led to the death of fishes, said local fisheries officials Sultan Mahmud and Abdus Shakur.
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