The Border Guard Bangladesh distributed various relief goods and provided emergency medical services to flood-affected people in the country on Friday.
BGB’s Sunamganj battalion distributed relief goods among around 600 families at Baliakandi village of Surma union, and Birampur village of Rangarchar union in Sunamganj sadar upazila, said a press release on .
Relief goods were also distributed among 370 families in Chanpur, Baliaghata, and Lauergarh areas of Tahirpur upazila.
Besides, cooked foods were distributed among 150 flood-affected families around Sunamganj battalion sadar.
At the same time, a medical team from the BGB provided free medical services and medicine to 450 people in Tekerghat area of Tahirpur upazila.
Meanwhile, the Sylhet battalion distributed relief among 100 families at Doarbazar upazila and 100 families at Jaintapur upazila in Sunamganj.
Relief goods were also distributed among 400 families in the flood-hit border areas of Jaintapur and Kanaighat upazilas in Sylhet.
Apart from Sylhet and Sunamganj, BGB is working to help flood victims in Lalmonirhat, Kurigram, Sherpur, Jamalpur, Netrakona, and other flood-hit areas.
BGB has introduced two toll-free numbers, 01769600555 and 01889600555, to assist the flood victims.
– With New Age input