The number of tourists is increasing in Ratargul!
Ratargul is that the only freshwater wetland within the country. Overcoming the fear of corona, the amount of tourists is increasing little by little.
Environmentalists say a transparent guideline is required before this forest of protected biodiversity is often opened to the general public.
A whole forest on the water. Pushing the forest of the idol forward, the sun’s shadow lurks within the greenery of the lined cork. This protected sanctuary of about 63 species of plants and animals was losing its form thanks to the uncontrolled movement of tourists. The solitude of the forest has been restored in six months thanks to the shortage of tourists in Corona.
Corona’s fears are somewhat allayed and other people who are suffocated in captivity are deed again in the dark, ignoring the ban. However, fascinated by the greenery, they also say, to boost awareness. cover a neighborhood of about 504 acres, Ratargul is one of only 22 freshwater water forests within the world.
Ashraful Kabir, the coordinator of the environmental organization Bhumisantan Bangladesh, said, “During this point of crisis, Ratargul has regained many of its past traditions. If we will do that, Ratargu will make a reputation for Bangladesh within the world of global climate change within the future. ‘
Deputy Commissioner Kazi Mohammad Emdadul Islam said, “The natural environment is returning to its previous position in many places thanks to the closure of tourists in Ratargul thanks to the corona.” The Reserve Forest has some compelling constraints. we do not want too many of us here.“