A fire in a slum in the Mirpur district of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, left 50,000 homeless.
According to BBC news, the slums of Dhaka "Chalantika" named 15 thousand homes have become unusable due to fires in the neighborhood, while 50 thousand people have become homeless.
The fact that the roofs of houses in the region were made of plastic was also effective in the growth of the fire.
A large number of people were injured in the fire, while the number of deaths has not yet been announced.
125 firefighters extinct in 6 hours
125 firefighters took control of the flames in 6 hours and no information was provided on the reason for the emergency exit.
In the area of the slums where low-income people lived, many families were also far from their homes due to Eid al-Adha.
The authorities announced that thousands of homeless people would receive assistance.
In February, 80 people were killed in a fire in Bangladesh.