If you don’t take action now, it will reach its climax

Culex mosquito bites in the capital are unbearable for city dwellers. The main responsibility for mosquito eradication lies with the two city corporations. There is no activity of the corporation in controlling mosquitoes. The way ward-based mosquito eradication workers have worked to control the Aedes mosquito carrying the dengue virus is no longer as active as it used to be. Mosquito infestation at this time of the year is causing additional fear to the city dwellers. According to a recent study by Jahangirnagar University, mosquito density in the capital has quadrupled compared to the same period last year. If steps are not taken to control mosquitoes now, the density of mosquitoes will increase in March this year. It is known that there is an excessive infestation of Culex mosquitoes everywhere in Dhaka city. Mosquito infestation in Kamrangirchar, Lalbagh, Hazaribagh, Postagola, Demra, Shampur, Donia, Paltan and Hazaribagh areas of old Dhaka. Homes, offices all have the same image. Residents of elite Gulshan, Banani, Dhanmondi, Uttara and Mohammadpur are also uneasy about mosquito infestation. The newly formed areas of Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) Dumni, Uttar Khan, South and Badda, Kuril, Joar Sahara areas are also witnessing similar infestation of Culex. The victim will immediately admit that the drug has no effective role in killing mosquitoes. In order to control mosquitoes in real sense, measures have to be taken in advance to prevent the spread of mosquito larvae. This activity is not seen now. There is also inequality in mosquito eradication. Although regular and regular quality medicines are sprayed in special places and areas, its splashes are not seen in other areas. Dhaka’s two city corporations are increasing the allocation for mosquito eradication year by year. Even then, the city dwellers are restless all year round due to mosquito infestation. The city dwellers also complained about the role of the two city corporations in controlling this problem. Urbanists also say that the two agencies have failed in controlling mosquitoes. The two city corporations, however, say they do not lack sincerity in controlling mosquitoes. However, if the authorities’ indifference to mosquito control continues, the number of malaria, dengue and chikungunya cases will continue to rise at an alarming rate. Culex mosquito breeding season from December to March of the year. Entomologists say the responsibility for controlling the Culex mosquito infestation lies with the two city corporations, not the city dwellers. This is because the breeding grounds of Culex mosquitoes are in stagnant water. And in Dhaka city it is the responsibility of two city corporations to clean it. If these activities can be managed properly, Culex mosquito infestation will be under control. The higher authorities must also pay attention to whether the authorities engaged in emergency work such as mosquito eradication are performing their duties properly. If we look at overall cleanliness to build a modern city, it will also have an effect on mosquito eradication. It is expected that the city dwellers will be protected from mosquito infestation through concerted and sincere initiatives of all public and private sectors.


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