The state of floods in Bihar deteriorates as the toll is increased to 127

Patna: The flood situation remained gloomy in Bihar as the death toll rose to 127. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar sought the help of the Center in dealing with this situation.
The accident affected over 80 light people in the country.
According to the reports, the floods hit thirteen districts in the country, which were affected by 82.84 lakes today. Sitamarhi and Madhubani County are still the worst affected by 37 and 30 victims. There are more than 31 residents affected by the floods in these districts.
Other neighborhoods in which the flood claimed lives were Araria (12), Sheohar (10), Purnea (nine), Muzaffarpur (four), Supaul (three), East Champaran (two) and Saharsa (one).
The chief minister told the assembly that “the state is currently carrying out help and rescue from its own resources. Flood damage assessment is carried out. The memorandum will be sent to the central government, after which the team will visit the state to assess the damage and provide assistance as it sees fit. “

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