Patna residents fear epidemic post flood, protest against Nitish government

06 Oct 2019 05:51 PM

Patna residents fear epidemic post flood, protest against Nitish government

Updated 06 Oct 2019 05:51 PM

After floods, residents of Patna now fear for outbreak of epidemic with stagnant rain water emitting stench and animal carcasses floating around. It has simply added to their woes of staying indoors for around a week, surrounded by 4-6 feet deep stinking water.

There seems no end to their miseries. They for for outbreak of diseases, like dengue, viral fever, jaundice, skin ailments, allergy and breathing problems.

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