After water logging, Patna faces rotten water problem

05 Oct 2019 10:04 PM

After water logging, Patna faces rotten water problem

Updated 05 Oct 2019 10:04 PM

As Bihar continues to face water-logging problem in some areas, locals of Rajendra Nagar on Saturday constructed a makeshift boat to travel through flooded streets.
Few people were seen putting together the pieces of bamboo to travel through flooded streets and help some people who are stuck at their homes.
Many of them were seen wading through knee-deep waters to reach their respective places.
Whereas, the NDRF officials have been using tractors for carrying out rescue operations.
"The teams are still here. The water level has gone down by 1 ft in some areas. We are using tractors for the rescue operation and will also help in carrying their luggage," says an official of NDRF team.
To keep the vector-borne diseases at bay, Patna Municipal Corporation Officer has taken an initiative of fogging in waterlogged areas.

ABP News in association with Robinhood army stands with Bihar for Bihar in this difficult situation. We request our viewers to come forward and help the flood victims in Bihar. You can donate dry ration, dry snacks, utensils, clothes, safety jackets, woolens, blankets, gunny bags and torches.

Interested donors/ viewers will reach out to ABP News through the email id - helpbihar@abpnews.in with their name.

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