Bihar Floods: CM Nitish Kumar Says Such Situation Is Not In Anyone's Control | Namaste Bharat Full

30 Sep 2019 09:04 AM

Bihar Floods: CM Nitish Kumar Says Such Situation Is Not In Anyone's Control | Namaste Bharat Full

Updated 30 Sep 2019 09:04 AM

Heavy rains in Bihar continued for the third consecutive day on Sunday, throwing normal life out of gear. The unexpected 'heavy to extremely heavy rain' has so far claimed the lives of over 17 people - mostly drowned, across the state, officials of disaster management department said here. The Met Office has predicted more rain in the next 24 hours and the state government has issued a 'red alert'.

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, emerging from a video conference with district magistrates, told reporters, "We are making all possible efforts. I would appeal to the people of the state to have patience and courage. Torrential rain have followed a prolonged dry spell which vindicates our governments resolve to combat climate change through environmental preservation."

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