An incredibly violent video which recently went viral on the Internet. At least three people lost their lives after a bridge in Araria district of Bihar collapsed due to the worst flood like situation in the state.
Around 1.08 crore have been hit by floods and 1,688 panchayats of the eastern state.
17 districts affected…
On Friday, the death flood toll aroused to 153 while those left stranded are more than the one crore in 17 districts of Bihar.
The Army was called in for rescue and relief operations in flood-hit eastern districts of Uttar Pradesh adjoining Nepal. However, there are no heavy rains reported in West Bengal and Assam.
Bihar’s Araria district is the worst hit…
In the video, people are racing towards the other side of the bridge in small groups for their safety. The powerful currents which had already decayed away its edges. So they are in the fears that it could collapse anytime.
The family members were crossing the bridge together, and suddenly, the bridge collapsed shockingly in seconds before they stepped on the other side of the bridge.
Sadly two children and a woman were washed away in the overflowing river…
The natives of Araria district in eastern India shot the video. However, one man holds on the road and survived.
It has left others people worried, and the video shows a great flow of river uprooted a huge tree carried it away with the heavy flow which later on collapsed the bridge as well. So far, the district has encountered 30 deaths.
1,765 community kitchens are catering to 3.44 lakh people…
West Champaran district of Bihar accounted for 23 deaths, Katihar 7, Sitamarhi 13 and Madhubani 8.11 each have died in Supual and nine each in Purnea, Madhepura, East Champaran and Kisanganj.
Special Secretary, Anirudh Kumar in the Disaster Management Department said that there were four deaths each in Gopalganj, Darbhanga, and Saharsa, three each in Sheohar and Khagaria, 1 in Muzaffarpur and 2 in Saran.
The government has launched 1,289 relief camps…
Heavy rains in South Asia have caused flash floods in many parts of India, Bangladesh, and Nepal. A toll-free number ‘104’ has been announced by the health department to provide flood-related information.
7 Army teams with 2,228 personnel are carrying relief and rescue operation with the help of 280 boats.
A total of 3,92,654 people has taken shelter….
The Disaster Management Department Officials said nearly 4,64,610 people had been abandoned to safer places by the rescue teams during the last five days.
And even the food packets are being dropped via helicopters in the submerged areas. While the panchayats are helping in a continuous supply of food is in in the areas where flood waters have diminished.
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We hope that the situation will improve in the coming days.