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51 people confirmed dead after boat capsizes in Bangladesh

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Dhaka , 27 Sep 2022

At least 51 people have died after a boat capsized in a northern Bangladesh district, a senior police officer said.S.M. Sirajul Huda, Superintendent of Panchagarh District Police, told Xinhua that 26 more bodies were retrieved from the Karatoya river in Bangladesh's northern Panchagarh district, 468 km away from the capital Dhaka, on Monday.

According to the officer, the jam-packed boat, carrying some 100 passengers, sank on Sunday afternoon, Xinhua news agency reported.Another 26 bodies were recovered on Monday, bringing the total death toll to 51 from 25, the officer told Xinhua over phone on Monday evening.

"The boat overturned and sank due to overloading," said the officer.TV images from the scene showed dozens of bodies in white bags which were retrieved from the river on Monday.The boat has already been dragged to the river bank, where many were waiting for the bodies of their loved ones to be retrieved from the water.

The police officer added that rescuers had been working against a strong current and choppy river waters, adding that a search was underway as several passengers were still believed to be missing.

 

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