The lives of people in UP including Assam, Maharashtra-Bihar, Uttarakhand, affected by the floods have become disturbed.Due to incessant heavy rains, waterlogging has occurred at many places.The rivers are in spate, due to which the water level is increasing.The problem is that water has entered people's homes.However, people are being shifted to a safer place.Not only this, incidents like landslides due to heavy rains are also being recorded from the hill states.Thousands of bighas of crops have been submerged due to the floods in the Saryu river of UP.Due to rain, there is continuous destruction.Flood water has also reached the railway track, due to which the route is being diverted.Not only this, but a large number of people have also lost their lives in difficult times.So let us know what is the current situation in which state of the country due to floods.
Things are deteriorating in Assam
If we talk about Assam first, then the flood has caused havoc here.The situation is continuously getting worse.More than 573900 people have been affected by the floods in 8 districts.However, this number is continuously increasing.At the same time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had talked to Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa to provide all possible help in the state.The Union Home Ministry is monitoring the flood situation.At the same time, 10 teams of NDRF have been deployed in the state for relief work.
Rivers in spate in Bihar, Nitish Kumar announced financial assistance
The situation is worsening once again in Bihar due to floods.The danger here continues to grow.Rivers are in spate, due to which low-lying areas have been evacuated.Alam is that water has entered the railway track.Many train services have had to be stopped.However, NDRF teams are engaged in the flood-affected districts.About 26 districts are believed to have been affected by the floods due to incessant rains including Bhagalpur, Darbhanga, Samastipur, Muzaffarpur, Vaishali and Patna.Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had recently conducted an aerial survey of the flood-affected areas of Darbhanga.The Chief Minister had informed that financial assistance of Rs 6,000 is being provided to the affected families.
The situation in Maharashtra became uncontrollable
On the other hand, the situation in Maharashtra is also uncontrollable.It has been raining incessantly here, due to which the situation remained grim in Chalisgaon and Jalgaon districts.Chalisgaon MLA Mangesh Chauhan said that due to heavy rains, 10 villages of Chalisgaon have been flooded.Meanwhile, many parts of Kannada taluka of Aurangabad district of Maharashtra were submerged due to incessant rains in the last 24 hours.Due to rain, a lake in Bhildari village was flooded with water in nearby areas.Work is being done to bring people to a safe place.