Today Bihar Chief Minister Mr. Nitish Kumar will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi as the flood situation is worsened in that state. On Monday, Modi promised Centre’s entire support to five flood-hit states in relief and rescue operations. On Monday, 10 teams of disaster force have reached the two states for rescue operation.
The Shone, The Ganges and the Yamuna river water lever has receded. But it is still flowing over the danger level. Over five lakh citizens have been affected and more than 2 lakh people have lost their houses in flood-ravaged Bihar, Uttar Pradesh. 19 people lost their life in between the last three days.
16 million people are facing losses. 200 villages of Allahabad, Ballia, Balarampur, Gonda, and Varanasi are still underwater. Administration has instructed to close the schools.
A minimum 40 people have lost their life and hundreds of thousands evacuated as floods hit huge swathes of middle and eastern India. Because of continuous heavy rain, the Ganga and its tributaries rose above the danger level among the past 48 hours in about 20 regions of the states of Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.
At least 14 people have lost their life in Bihar, 9 in Uttar Pradesh and 17 in Madhya Pradesh because of injuries from collapsed houses, electrocution or drowning.
According to the weather forecast, it will rain heavily in Jabalpur, Katni, Panna, Rewa, Satna. 56 villages of Baran district, Rajasthan are under water. 8 people have died last week.