In India, as a result of rainfall killed 31 people, forced thousands to flee their homes to escape the elements

India.  Livni.  Flooding.

Over the weekend as a result of rains that hit the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, 31 people died and thousands were forced to leave their homes and go to the north to escape the disaster. According to local authorities, 13 people died because of the collapse of the roofs of the houses in the town of Mirzapur, and another 18 people — around Dzhaunpur. Inundated more than 50 villages.
Rescue operation hampered by incessant rains, many villages are cut off from the outside world. The water level in the rivers around the state of Uttar Pradesh, including the Ganges, has reached a critical point.
Indian authorities have asked all specialists-engineers interrupt their vacations and begin to strengthen the embankments of rivers.

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