No help from the government, says Patna flood victim

02 Oct 2019 02:45 PM

No help from the government, says Patna flood victim

Updated 02 Oct 2019 02:45 PM

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."We are extending every possible relief effort to the people affected by the floods in the city. We are doing everything we can. No one is sitting idle. This is a natural calamity which was magnified by climate change," Kumar told media persons outside the camp.

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