The number of people killed in floods in Nepal is 28, and more than 16

Kathmandu: The number of people killed in floods in Nepal touched 28 with over 16 missing persons, according to reports. Officials say the floods were caused by monsoon rains.
It is estimated that some 6,000 people are severely affected by flood waters that flooded their homes.
Officials said heavy monsoon rains left many settlements at high risk of floods and landslides in several places in Nepal in recent days. Continuous rain paralyzed transportation on all major highways.
In its newsletter, the Nepalese police announced that the disasters caused by the rain sparked devastation throughout the country and killed at least 28 people.
At least 10 people were injured and 16 others disappeared in various landslide and flood incidents in the country since Friday, officials said. A total of 50 people were rescued, according to the bulletin.
The reports state that deaths were reported from various districts, including Lalitpur, Kavra, Kotang, Bhojpur and Makanpur.
A senior official at the Ministry of the Interior said the work on the rescue operation was intensified.

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