More than 100 villages flooded in northern India due to heavy rains

More than 100 villages flooded in northern India due to heavy rains

NEW DELHI, July 4 — RIA Novosti, Eugene Bezeq. Over the banks of the river flooded over 100 villages in the state of Bihar in northern India, said on Monday India Radio.

Monsoon in India brought torrential rains that caused the rise in water level in the river Bagmati. The river washed away the protective dam in Muzaffarpur district and spread over the lowlands. Around 200,000 people in the affected areas are rescued from floods in the uplands.

According to RIA Novosti deputy chief of civil registration and tax collection district administration Hamruzaman, water keeps coming.

"The water is coming, people are forced to leave the house. Help from the center have been reported yet, but we are helping the poorest of food," — he said.

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