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The outbreak of flood is increasing continuously. In the last 24 hours, the flood water has been subsidized in 16 new panchayats of the state. In this way, 59 lakh 70 thousand people of 1098 panchayats of 114 blocks of 14 districts of the state have been affected by the floods.
Disaster Management Department Additional Secretary Ramachandru told the press conference that 31 teams of NDRF and SDRF have been engaged in rescue and relief work of flood affected people. 1365 communal kitchens are being run in different districts, from where more than nine and a half million people are being fed every day. At the same time 17 relief centers are still running, where 18 thousand people are living. He said that 19 people have died in the state so far due to floods. These include seven from Darbhanga, six from Muzaffarpur, two from West Champaran and two from Savan. At the same time, 20 animals have also died due to floods.
The erosion of the eastern embankment of the Tirhut canal hit many Panchayats , the water level of Budhi Gandak has decreased after the break up of the Tirhut canal at Muraul in Muzaffarpur, but the water from the Tirhut canal has engulfed dozens of panchayats. The canal water has penetrated into several panchayats of Sakra block due to the breaking of the eastern embankment of Tirhut canal. Now the flood water is moving towards Donma Baji and Patepur of Vaishali, where after it will be merged into the Ganges. At the same time, after the breaking of the western embankment of the Tirhut Canal, the water of the canal is entering Mushahri after turning to Mahmadpur.
Breaking of Maharaji dam for the fourth time in Darbhanga, in the surrounding rural panic On the other hand, after overtopping Baya river, Baya water is spreading rapidly in Paru, Sahebganj and Saraiya blocks. Water is moving towards NH 722 via Saraiya. Due to the stabilization of Bagmati, Lakhandei and Manushmara, the water level spread in the panchayats of Aurai, Katra and Gaighat in the district has started to decrease. However, it will still take a long time for people to return home. At the same time, people have come to panic in Kewati of neighboring district Darbhanga due to the breaking of the Maharaji dam for the fourth time on Tuesday. After breaking the dam for the fourth time in the same village, water is rapidly spreading in the village. Apart from the surrounding three villages, water has also spread to the adjacent Shisho Panchayat. Flood waters are not receding in many localities including Kilaghat, Bajitpur, Shivajinagar in Darbhanga city due to the continuing leakage in the Bagmati embankment. Crisis continues at Hyaghat, Bahedi and Kusheshwar due to leakage from embankment in Sirsia.
The water level of Gandak and Budhi Gandak in Motihari is one cm on the fifth day in the water level of Bagmati in Darbhanga. Lack of has been recorded. Nevertheless it is above the danger mark. The water level of Adhwara and Kamla river in the district is also above the danger mark. In Motihari, the flood situation has improved due to the water level of Gandak and Budhi Gandak remaining stable. On Tuesday, 1.64 lakh cusecs of water has been released from Gandak Barrage.
Every household tap water determination scheme of Bihar will get international recognition. The plan will be presented at the G-20 conference. It will be presented at the conference on behalf of the Government of India. A detailed report on this scheme has been sent by Bihar to the Government of India. It is worth noting that the conference of all the countries involved in the G20 is being held on 21 and 22 November in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.
Jitendra Shrivastava, Secretary, Public Health Engineering Department (PHED), gave this information in the press conference on Tuesday. It may be noted that the water decision scheme of every house tap has been appreciated by the central government earlier also. Now this scheme has also been implemented at the country level. Under this scheme, piped water is to be supplied to every house in the city and village by laying pipelines.
PHED is to supply tap water to 56080 wards of rural areas of the state. Out of these, work in more than 60 percent of the wards has been completed. The Secretary said that by October 2020 this work will be completed in all wards. The Secretary said that the process of installing devices in all motors for real-time monitoring of the tap-water scheme is going on. So that in which ward, for how long drinking water was supplied, online reports were received daily. The scheme is being implemented by the Panchayati Raj Department in more than 58 thousand wards of rural areas. Similarly, in urban areas, this work is being done by the city and housing department.