440 Died and 1.71 crore people still affected in Bihar flood Situation– On Saturday Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi visited flood-hit districts of Bihar. Narendra Modi on Saturday declared a Rs 500 crore alleviation bundle for surge hit territories of Bihar subsequent to going by the state. The Prime Minister achieved Bihar on Saturday morning where he was gotten by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi in Purnea. Subsequent to achieving the region, Prime Minister led an ethereal study of the influenced areas in the state alongside Nitish Kumar and took load of the progressing circumstance and other alleviation works. Lalu Prasad Yadav-drove RJD scrutinized the reason for Modi’s visit to the state now that the water has just retreated in many parts.
Conversing with news organization ANI, the previous Bihar CM blamed Nitish Kumar for designing the surges, he stated, “Bihar mein baadh aaya nahi baadh laya gaya, Nitish ka build baandh (dam) kaat ke baadh le aaya, (Floods did not happen itself in Bihar it was brought by specialists of Nitish Kumar by occupying dams).” Targeting the PM on his help bundle Lalu stated, “When Bihar endured with surges in past Modi ji didn’t feel it was sufficiently vital to visit, didn’t distribute even a solitary penny.” Also Read: Bihar, UP surges add to Surat dealers’ troubles
PM Modi guaranteed Bihar CM of all conceivable help for alleviation measures and guaranteed that a focal group will be sent to evaluate the harm done by the 2017 surges in the state.
Prior, Citing it as a “show” by the PM, Lalu had disclosed to TV columnists, “I have come to realize that Prime Minister Modi will visit surge hit Bihar to take load of the circumstance. It is a dramatization and the surge is a reason. He is going ahead an air trip. He will now visit surge casualties as the floodwaters are subsiding. Where was he when about 400 individuals passed on and lakhs of individuals were compelled to escape their homes and take protect on hoisted streets and banks under the sky.”
Officially it was notified that a total of 440 people Died and 1.71 crore people still affected in Bihar flood situation.
The situation in Assam and West Bengal has improved.
A release by disaster management department said that “The number of relief camps also dropped to 262, in which 1.65 lakh people were staying.”
NDRF and State Disaster Response Force teams are taking forward the rescue
National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and State Disaster Response Force teams are taking forward the rescue and relief operations. A total of 28 NDRF teams having 1,152 personnel with 118 boats and 16 SDRF teams having 466 personnel are engaged to people in the flood-hit areas.
A total of 630 Army personnel with 70 boats are assisting the NDRF and SDRF teams in relief and rescue operations,.
The flood situation in Assam improved as 2.67 lakh people were affected in seven districts on Friday while on Saturday 2.03 lakh people is six districts were affected by the deluge.
In West Bengal Bus services have resumed in many parts of the affected districts. The overall flood situation also improved in its six districts Jalpaiguri, Alipurduar, Malda , Cooch Behar, North Dinajpur and South Dinajpur. There was no heavy rainfall.