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'Mommy, love you', little Ayan's letter to mother dying of dengue

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Some children lost their mothers, some lost their fathers, some lost their children, some lost their relatives in dengue last year.

Lack of effective anti-mosquito initiatives, use of ineffective drugs, insufficient allocation, lack of co-ordination, medical shortages—various aspects came to the fore. Analyzing the data of different countries, it was found that Bangladesh has the highest death rate due to dengue.

Fatiha and Ayan are no longer fed by their mother, they cannot even sleep next to their mother. But life is passing.

Zahedul Alam told Prothom Alo that Fatiha is a fifth-grade student of Biam Laboratory School in the capital. Ayan is studying in the nursery of the same school. He lives with his children in Kanthalbagan of the capital. An aunt of Fatiha and Ayaan lives in the same building. They get help from aunt.

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