6 lakh people in Patna, stranded in water logged city| Super 40

02 Oct 2019 04:40 PM

6 lakh people in Patna, stranded in water logged city| Super 40

Updated 02 Oct 2019 04:40 PM

Around 6 lakh people in Patna are still in trouble due to water logging. More than 40 people have lost their lives in Bihar.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday visited the flood relief camps set up at Krishna Memorial hall here and said that all relief efforts are being made for the affected people in the city.
Narrating the situation in Bihar, the Chief Minister said: "Over 12 districts were affected by a flash flood in July this year. After that, several parts of the state were hit by drought. Now, several districts are affected by swelling of Ganga river and amid that heavy rains caused floods in Patna."

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