PV Online Report : Gumai Bill, the country’s two-and-a-half-day food producer, is building new structures every day. As a result, Gumai Bill of Chittagong’s Rangunia, which is known as a ‘granary’, is constantly getting smaller.
In this bill, which is one of the largest in the country, various structures including homesteads are being built by filling the paddy land and changing the class. Crop destroying brick kilns have been built in many places. The size of the bill is gradually getting smaller.
Crop land is decreasing. According to Rangunia Upazila Agriculture Office sources, Gumai Bill was once a Jheel. A lot of fish were available in that lake. In 1945, local Abdul Bari Talukder reformed this bill and started modern farming for the first time.
Gumai Jheel became Gumai Bill by his hand. The location of Gumai Bill covers a wide area of ​​Chandraghona, Mariamnagar, Hosnabad, Svanirbhar Rangunia, Lalanagar Union and Municipalities of Ward No. 7, 8 and 9 of Rangunia Upazila. Gumai Bill’s land produces a bumper crop of iri and aman every year.
Edited By-SPT