Floodwater entered yet one more district of Samastipur in Bihar and unfold to extra inundated areas, hitting half one million extra inhabitants on Tuesday, although no recent casualty was reported and the rely remained at 10, an official bulletin mentioned.
In response to the bulletin by the state Catastrophe Administration Division, greater than 5 lakh folks have been affected by floods on Tuesday alone, taking the tally of marooned folks to 29.62 lakh in 12 districts of the state.
A complete of 24.42 lakh folks have been hit by the floods in 11 districts until Monday. The casualties remained at 10 within the state though the variety of affected districts elevated to 12 with Samastipur changing into the newest entry to the listing on Tuesday, it mentioned.
As per the bulletin, floodwater has engulfed 837 panchayats of 101 blocks of Bihar.
Darbhanga is the worst-hit district as 11.74 lakh folks have fallen prey to heavy flooding in its 14 blocks.
In Darbhanga, floodwaters entered the Kusheshwar Asthan Police Station the place the water degree is round two ft, whereas the Sadar Police Station has additionally been witnessing the issue of waterlogging as a result of incessant rain, sources mentioned. Moreover Sadar block and circle workplace additionally witnessed waterlogging in Darbhanga district.
Aside from Darbhanga, East Champaran and Muzaffarpur districts have additionally been badly affected the place 7 lakh and three.2 lakh folks, respectively have been affected by floods, the bulletin mentioned.
The flood affected districts embody Sitamarhi, Sheohar, Supaul, Kishanganj, Darbhanga, Muzaffarpur, Gopalganj, West Champaran, East Champaran, Khagaria, Saran and Samastipur, it mentioned.
Sixteen groups of the NDRF and 9 of the SDRF are concerned within the rescue operations as a part of which 2.62 lakh have been evacuated from the affected areas to this point, the bulletin mentioned.
Moreover, 22,997 individuals are staying in 26 aid camps whereas practically 4.19 lakh folks have been fed at 808 neighborhood kitchens.
A number of rivers equivalent to Baghmati, Burhi Gandak, Kamlabalan, Adhwara and Khiroi are flowing above hazard degree, whereas the water degree of Ganga is growing at Bhagalpur and Kahalgaon. The Ganga water degree, nonetheless, has witnessed decline in previous 24 hours at Buxar, Hathidah, Munger, Digha and Gandhi ghat (each in Patna), the Water Assets Division’s bulletin mentioned.