Floods wreak havoc in Bihar but deputy CM busy watching 'Super 30' film | ABP Special

18 Jul 2019 08:42 PM

Floods wreak havoc in Bihar but deputy CM busy watching 'Super 30' film | ABP Special

Updated 18 Jul 2019 08:42 PM

Death toll in the Bihar flash floods soared to 67 on Wednesday, state disaster management department said.
Officials asserted that water levels have begun to recede in the inundated areas and focus has now shifted to prevention of outbreak of diseases.  The affected population on Wednesday stood at 46.83 lakhs residing in 831 panchayats under 92 blocks of 12 districts. Inundation in Bihar has been caused by torrential rainfall in the catchment areas of Nepal over the weekend. 

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