Havocs of incessant rainfall (photo features)
By TRN online, Kathmandu, July 12: Incessant rainfall that started three days ago has wreaked havocs across the country.
According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, 17 people have lost lives, including 3 at Mulpani in Kathmandu, while 8 others have gone missing till Friday evening owing to the landslides, floods and inundation.
Some 13 people have been injured due to landslides in different places.
Inundation also occured in the Kathmandu valley in places like Kalanki, Kulesor, parts of Lalitpur and Bhaktapur.
Meanwhile, two persons have died while two others have been injured due to landslide in Banepa of Kavrepalanchowk district.
According to our correspondent, Madhusudan Timalsina, landslide at Chunatal, Banepa municipality-3, Kavrepalanchowk, on Friday morning at 10:40 am buried a house and killed Goma Dangal, 60, and her 7-year-old granddaughter Suhabi Dangal. Injured Shushila Dangal, 30, and 3-year-old child Anuska Dangal have been taken to Shir Memorial Hospital in Banepa for treatment.
East-West Highway has been flooded and obstructed as the flooded Bagmati river destroys embankment at Laxmipur, Gadhimai municipality-3 in Rautahat district due to incessant rainfall, July 12, 2019.
Janakpur Hospital area has been inundated due to incessant rainfall, July 12.
Students of Janajyoti secondary school in Ratahat wade through the flooded school premises, July 12, 2019.
Flood water gushes in through the gate of the office of the Chief Minister and Council of Ministers of Province-2, Janakpurdham, July 12, 2019.
Landslide and floods at Bhadare stream in Okhaldhuna district has obstructed vehicle movement leaving Toksel, Harkapur, Daduwa and Ghurmi area's passengers in limbo, July 12, 2019.
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