Rains have lashed three districts since Monday
Heavy rain triggered landslides that killed at least 68 people in southeast Bangladesh, officials said on Tuesday, as police and soldiers struggled to reach the remote districts with aid.
It was not immediately clear if any villagers were still missing after large chunks of mud swept over thatched homes and settlements in three hilly districts on Monday.
Reports said scores of people were injured and the death toll could rise.
Military spokesman Rezaul Karim said several soldiers were killed while clearing debris and mud from a highway. Five injured soldiers were flown to a military hospital in Dhaka.