Lightning arresters, a low-cost technology, can be adopted all over the country to save lives and stop undue human damages from lightning strikes, says the Asian Development Bank (ADB). “Its use in different parts of the country can save human lives. It’s a low-cost technology,” ADB Country Director Manmohan Parkash told UNB after handing over seven types of completed subprojects for use under the Emergency Assistance Project. The ADB Country Director handed over the facilities to LGRD Senior Secretary SM Ghulam Farooque on Friday, which were completed with grant assistance from the ADB. At least 600,000 “displaced people” sheltered in Cox’s Bazar Rohingya camps and the host community will be benefited under the Emergency Assistance Project, says the Bank. Parkash said lightning arresters are used in many countries to make sure when lightning strikes it goes down to earth so that people do not lose their lives. “So, we’ve included it as part of our project here (camps).” The ADB Country Director said they will be more than happy to take it up for the country if they are requested. According to reports carried by different na...