New Delhi: Life has been badly affected due to continuous rain in Nepal for several days. Due to floods and landslides, the death toll has reached 43, while 24 people are missing and 20 are seriously injured, who have been rushed to the hospital for treatment. Due to torrential rains, the flow of water of Sapkoshi river has also increased, according to the police personnel posted on the Kosi Barrage, on Saturday evening the water flowing in the Sapkoshiya river was measured 3 lakh 7 buzar 655 cusec.
Keeping in view the danger caused by the flow of water, red light has also been burned to show the sign of danger. The local administration has also alerted the people to be alert and advised not to leave the houses. It is said that due to rain, so many areas like Sunsari, Morang and Saptari are in the grip of flood.
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Many people have become homeless due to damage to houses, who have to take shelter in local camps. Due to fear of unevenity in the areas, relief rescue teams are active and have been trying to reach out to the people from time to time. Officials said that 43 people have died so far and 24 people are still missing due to floods and landslides. 50 people have also been rescued from flood affected areas.
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Head of Nepal Emergency Operations Center, Bed Nidhi Khanal told AFE News that more than 200 places across the country have been identified as susceptible to monsoon related disasters. Rescue teams are conducting rescue operations and search and rescue operations.