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Different low-lying areas in Dhaka have already been submerged by the floodwater where dwellers have no other way but to use small boats for moving even for household works. This photo was taken from Khilgaon area on Tuesday.

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Different low-lying areas in Dhaka have already been submerged by the floodwater where dwellers have no other way but to use small boats for moving even for household works. This photo was taken from Khilgaon area on Tuesday.

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