The coast of Cox’s Bazar in the Bay of Bengal has become quite steep. The impact has already risen several feet in tidal water. 57 villages were flooded in Cox’s Bazar on Saturday (November 9th) before the bulb hit. And about 10,000 people in the tourist city are locked up in hotel rooms.
Tourist Police Super Md. Zillur Rahman told the media that many people are risking their lives even after seeing the sea. They cannot be stopped even by playing the flute and obstructing the field. However, the police did not let anyone into the bath since noon. Because of this, the beach is somewhat empty. However, after eight o’clock, no one will be allowed to stay on the beach. Anyone who disobeys will be forced to be removed. Because before security.
He said that in the hostile environment, thousands of tourists were sitting idle in hotel rooms. However, there is no fear among tourists as Cox’s Bazar is free from the cyclone hit.