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Admin Reporter- Ajay

Jul 18 2019


Death toll rises to 97 in Bihar and Assam due to flood

Delhi,18,July,2019

 

The people of Bihar and Assam did not get relief on Wednesday due to flood situation. 44 more people died in both states. In Uttar Pradesh, due to heavy rains in Bilaspur village of Muzaffarnagar district, three children of the same family were killed and three others seriously injured due to falling roof of a house. According to information provided by the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), the number of people killed in floods in the state reached 27.

 

 

According to the Authority, four in Morigaon, Two-two in Sonitpur and Udalgiri and after the death of one person in Kamrup (Metropolitan) and Nagaon districts, the number of dead has increased to 27. Authorities said that a rhinoceros died in Kaziranga National Park while Brahmaputra and its tributaries flowing above the danger mark in many areas including Guwahati. So far 67 people have been killed and more than 46.83 lakh people have been affected due to floods in 12 districts of Bihar.

 

 

According to information received from the Department of Disaster Management on Wednesday, 12 districts of Bihar - Shivar, Sitamdhi, Muzaffarpur, Eastern Champaran, Madhubani, Darbhanga, Saharsa, Supaul, Kishanganj, Araria, In Purnea and Katihar - 67 people have died so far, whereas the population of more than 46 lakh 83 thousand has been affected. An official said that due to lack of rainfall in Nepal, now preventing spread of infected diseases Will focus on On the other hand, Sangma of Meghalaya's Chief Minister Kanara has sought the Central Government's help in dealing with the floods in parts of West Garo Hills and Khasi Hills area. 1.3 lakh people have been affected due to the flood.

 

 

More than 5,000 people are living in relief camps in Mizoram and 4,000 people are being evacuated after the flood situation created due to heavy rains in the last seven days. In some parts of the national capital Wednesday, the minimum temperature was three degrees Celsius after heavy rains. The level of humidity in the air is also 100 percent. Rain 21 in Safdarjung Observatory 6 mm and 16.8 mm in Palam Observatory. In the Ridge, Lodhi Road and Aya Nagar Observatory, 15.1 mm, 18.2 mm and 12.1 mm of rain were recorded respectively.

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