Amid Flood, People Suffer From Water Shortage In Patna | Namaste Bharat

01 Oct 2019 09:46 AM

Amid Flood, People Suffer From Water Shortage In Patna | Namaste Bharat

Updated 01 Oct 2019 09:46 AM

ABP News has been showing you the current situation of people stuck at their homes due to water logging in Patna. In ABP News' sensitive reporting, we showed viewers that there's major water shortage in Patna. People want government to provide them water as drainage's leak has been mixed with water pipe lines.  

The Water Resources department has alerted the officials concerned and asked the district authorities to take measures to deal with any possibility.

The Centre has already deployed teams of National Disaster Response Force and State Disaster Response Force for rescue and relief operations in vulnerable places.

According to weather department officials, Patna has received 151 mm rain since Saturday -- a record in recent years.

Patna is now facing a flood-like situation with water is all around. People have been forced to stay indoors as most of the roads were water-logged.

Boats were deployed in several localities to help people.

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