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The Daily star Editorial : 23-02-16
প্রথমে শব্দার্থগুলো পড়ে নিন
Overloaded: অত্যধিক বোঝাই করা
Disaster:দুর্যোগ (Inversion, Turnover)
Collapse:পতন, ভেঙে পড়া (Fall, Downfall, Droop)
Sorry state: শোচনীয় অবস্থা (Dire State)
Plethora:আধিক্য (Abundance, Excess)
Sloppy: যত্নহীন, উদাসীন, পঙ্কিল
Maintenance:রক্ষণ, পালন (Protection, Custody)
Deviation: ত্রুটি বিচ্যুতি, পথভ্রষ্টতা
Stress: চাপ দেয়া, জোর করা,পীড়ন (Insist, force)
Take Into Consideration:বিবেচনা করা
Miscalculated:ভুল হিসাব করা
Arresting:আশ্চর্যজনক, বিস্ময়কর, অদ্ভূত
Premature:অকাল (Unseasonable, Ill-timed)
Provision:বিধান, নিয়ম, ব্যবস্থা (Rule, Regulation, Law)
Repair:মেরামত (Refit, Mending)
First And Foremost:সবচেয়ে গুরুত্বপূর্ণ
Overloaded vehicles on bridges
Disasters waiting to happen
The collapse of the Bailey bridge, under the weight of an overloaded truck, over the Kansama Canal in Bandarban speaks volumesabout the sorry state of the bridge management system of the country. What can we expect a temporary bridge with a load capacity of only five tonnes to do except collapse when vehicles with heavier loads drive on it?
Lately, we have seen a plethora of reports of small bridges failing due to various reasons indifferent parts of the country. In this particular case, however, the primary cause seems not to be sloppy maintenance or deviation from design standards but exceptional stress or overload, something that can be avoided with enforcement of laws.
Each bridge presents complicated factors that must be taken into consideration, such as the geology of the surrounding area, the amount of traffic, weather and construction materials. When any of these factors are miscalculated, the result can be tragic, as in the case in Bandarban.
Building bridges are among the most massive and expensive engineering projects and not arresting conditions that lead to their premature destruction is an unacceptable waste of taxpayers’ money. A survey of all the bridges of the country should be conducted and provisions made for their repair and maintenance. Monitoring devices should be installed to record stresses on bridges.
But first and foremost, signs clearly stating the maximum weight a vehicle can carry should be posted near every bridge and owners and drivers of vehicles violating the instructions must face the full force of relevant laws.