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  • A shocking article. This just

    A shocking article. This just leaves me wondering with the fact that, why on earth all the researchers are sloging down right so much, when our authorities are such naive decision makers??? In the background of such buzz of climate change, where Civil societies, individuals, nations together are trying hard to find solutions to a global problem like this, how can we even think of any proposal like this??? The world is trying hard to save bangladesh from the catastrophic impacts of climate change, despite this, how far this can be justified??? For an unltra sensitive project like this, do we even have to do the EIA? Is it not cristal clear , that having a powerplant in a world reserved site is bound to damage the ecosystem? The entire process of environmental clearance will be a big mystery in itself, if it happens to clear a dragon like this, which is inevitably going to kill the precious ecosystem of Sunderbans...!!

    Posted by: Anonymous | 7 years ago | Reply
  • I was so shocked when I heard

    I was so shocked when I heard the news. Well, it is tough for me to absorb such bad news, which are worse. "Real human donot do like this"- being a best creature of all creatures, ALLAH had send us to the world for purpose. So, my opinion, towards this, will be " We should not seat quietly, we must protest it, if we are human. I really love my 'MOTHERLAND- BANGLADESH' ". SO DO SOMETHING, PLEASE DO.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 5 years ago | Reply
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