Floods in Bihar, Assam: As flood situation worsens in Bihar, there is little improvement in Assam; 6 rain-related deaths elsewhere. India news

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The villagers crossed the flood-affected area on a boat as they moved towards a safe place in Gopalganj district. (PT …Read more

NEW DELHI: Flood situation worsens Bihar On Monday as water entered new areas in 11 affected districts, cumulatively affected about 24.5 lakh people, but improved slightly. Assam While it reported a fresh accident, even six deaths were reported elsewhere in rain-related incidents.
Meanwhile, the national capital had a humid weather reaching 94 percent with rain and humidity.
A bulletin from the Bihar government said that the flood-affected 11 districts spread to new areas, killing more than one lakh people, even though no fresh deaths occurred and the toll remained at 10.
The latest bulletin states that a total of 24.42 lakh people have been flooded in 765 panchayats of 93 blocks of 11 districts along with Darbhanga, where 8.87 lakh people have been displaced in its 14 blocks.
Sunday’s bulletin said that the number of flood affected population in Bihar was around 15 lakh in 11 districts.
The flood affected districts are: Sitamarhi, Shehar, Supaul, Kishanganj, Darbhanga, Muzaffarpur, Gopalganj, West Champaran, East Champaran, Khagaria and Saran.
The bulletin states that eight teams of SDRF and SDRF of NDRF are involved in rescue operations, of which 1.67 people have so far been evacuated from the affected areas.
A family in Kaharpur village of Naugachia subdivision Bhagalpur The district was seen demolishing their house as the Kosi river was about to engulf it.
When asked the reason for doing this, he said that many houses have been washed away in Kosi water and his house will also be removed in a few hours, so as the situation improves, he removes the bricks to use in another house. Have been.
An official report on Monday said that the flood situation in Assam has improved slightly, while another person died in 22 out of 22 districts and 22.34 lakh people have been affected.
The toll in floods and landslides has been 129 this year, with one person dead in Bokakhat in Golaghat district.
The Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said that 103 people died in flood-related incidents, while 26 were killed in landslides.
The ASDMA said that since Sunday, the number of people affected by the deluge has decreased by more than 2.42 lakh, while these districts were below one.
With over 4.62 lakh people affected, Goalpara district is the worst affected, while 3.81 lakh and 3 lakh people fall in Barpeta and Morigaon districts.
Apart from personnel from the state disaster response force and district administration, the locals have rescued 97 disgruntled people during the last 24 hours.
Officials said three people were buried alive in the hill state of Uttarakhand on Monday after torrential rains turned their houses into piles of rubble in two separate incidents in Pithoragarh district.
District Magistrate VK Jogande said that Jawahar Singh (30) and his mother, 55-year-old Vishnu Devi, died in Dhamigaon village of Bangapani sub-division.
He said that 37-year-old Jayanti Devi died in Gunthi village in the neighboring Tejam sub-division.
Three boys drowned while taking a bath in a pond in Hariharpur village under Kandhrapur police station area in Azamgarh, neighboring state of Uttar Pradesh.
Some locals took the boys out of the pond and rushed them to the district hospital, where doctors declared them dead.
Also, in Uttar Pradesh, where there was light rain and thunderstorms at different places overall, the 14-year-old boy’s body was exhumed from the Hindon River in Noida on Monday, a day after which he drowned floating. had gone.
The boy, along with his friends from Habatpur village, went to the river for a swim on Sunday and drowned at around 3 am after which the police were alerted.
According to officials, a team from the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) was also involved in the search.
In Greater Noida, a 35-year-old man cut a beard on Monday after removing his speeding car from the road and falling into a pit filled with water. He said the car was completely submerged in water, while vigilant locals and police officials rescued the person.
Hot and humid weather conditions persisted in Haryana and Punjab, including Chandigarh, with the maximum temperature exceeding the normal limit, with the Meteorological Department here.
The dry season persists mainly in the region as the monsoon has been suppressed during the last four days.
Meanwhile, IMD said that during widespread rainfall with heavy to very heavy falls during Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim and Northeast states (mainly in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam and Meghalaya) Is likely to exceed 28. From 30 July.
It has served Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh During July 29 to 31.

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