Patna Municipal corporation commissioner never listened to me, alleges Ashok Chaudhary

05 Oct 2019 02:27 PM

Patna Municipal corporation commissioner never listened to me, alleges Ashok Chaudhary

Updated 05 Oct 2019 02:27 PM

Heavy rainfall and waterlogged roads in Patna and its nearby regions have continued to halt the normal day-to-day life. Many of them were wading through chest-deep waters to reach their respective places. A child was also seen rowing the boat made of PVC pipe in Patliputra Colony. He told ANI that there is a marginal improvement in the condition as the rescue officials are making efforts to pump out water from their homes.Want To Help Bihar Flood Victims, Contribute Here: helpbihar@abpnews.in

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