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Floods in Bihar, Nepal and Assam Leads to 43 Deaths

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In most parts of the country heavy rains have made the situation uncontrollable. Many states have come under the grip of floods. Due to rising water levels of rivers, many areas of Amas and Bihar have become submerged. At least 43 people, including 18 women, were killed in floods and landslides due to torrential rains in Nepal.
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Heavy rainfall of monsoon has flooded the Northeast state of Assam. Due to which nearly 10 lakh people have been displaced from their homes and at least ten people have died in the last 72 hours. The information was given by officials on Saturday. Officials say the situation may worsen in the days to come.

Flood situation has remained critical in 33 districts of Assam state which is battling water from Brahmaputra and its tributaries. As many as 1800 villages of the state are affected. In the bulletin of the state government floods, it has been said that these ten people have died in different drowning incidents.

It is believed that due to rain, the water level of the Brahmputra can increase further. The Minister of Water Resources of Assam says that the situation of the flood is still very serious. Assam tea is known for the gardens.

These states have been experiencing floods and heavy rains for years. Due to which dozens of people are killed and thousands of people have to be displaced from their homes.

The figure of people who died in floods in Bihar has reached 13. Heavy rains alert has been issued in the next 24 hours. Due to floods, public life has become totally disrupted.

Home Minister Amit Shah also held a high-level meeting with officials on Saturday on the condition of floods after rain in many states of the country. In this meeting, the situation of floods and preparations for the state and central ministries and agencies have been reviewed to deal with it.

National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) have been deployed for relief and rescue work.
Floods in Nepal kill 43 people

At least 43 people, including 18 women, were killed and 20 others injured in floods and landslides due to torrential rains in various parts of Nepal. police gave this information. According to the Himalayan Times news on Sunday, 24 people have been missing in the rain-related incidents.

Due to the rain people got displaced and the traffic was also interrupted. More than 25 districts of the mountainous regions along the southern plains across the country are experiencing heavy rains since Thursday, affecting 10,385 families.

Police saved 1,104 people from many places across the country. 185 people were rescued alone from Kathmandu. According to the Nepal Police, a total of 27,380 policemen have been deployed across the country for search and rescue operations.

According to the report, Flood Forecasting Section (FFS) said that monsoon is active and the rain will continue for two to three days in most places across the country. Due to torrential rains the rivers are on the boom.

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