Home Ministry's landslide, flood update: 90 killed, 20 still missing

Kathmandu, July 18: As many as 90 people so far lost their lives in landside, flood and inundation across the nation due to incessant rainfall that took place last week, according to the National Emergency Operation Centre of the Home Ministry.

Centre chief Bednidhi Khanal said that 20 people are still missing and 41 sustained injured in the disaster. Around 12,000 households have been displaced and they have been kept at temporary shelters, he added.

The highest number of people lost their lives in Rautahat due to disaster, which stands at 10. Similarly, six each died in Lalitpur and Siraha while natural disaster claimed five lives each in Morang, Bhojpur, Dhanusha, Makawanpur and Sindhuli districts. Four each died in Okhaldhunga, Mahottari and Dolpa and three lives each in Jhapa, Khoang, Parsa, kavrepalanchowk and Kathmandu.

According to the Centre, two each died in Sunsari, Bara, Dhading and Dang and one each in Ilam, Panchthar, Sankhuwasabha, Udayapur, Sarlahi, Ramechhap, Palpa and Kapilvastu.

Seven have been disappeared in the disaster in Dolpa district and three each in Ilam, Morang and Sindhuli. Around 10,000 families have been displaced (2,400 in Sarlahi, 1,110 in Rautahat, 1,665 in Bara, 120 in Parsa, 500 in Siraha and 1,539 in Morang).

Rescue and relief efforts are ongoing, and efforts are in progress to open obstructed roads across the country, said the Home Ministry.

A high level government team on Wednesday conducted an air and field inspection in the flood-hit areas Home Ministry's landslide, flood update: 90 killed, 20 still missing

As many as 90 people so far lost their lives in landside, flood and inundation across the nation due to incessant rainfall that took place last week, according to the National Emergency Operation Centre of the Home Ministry.

Centre chief Bednidhi Khanal said that 20 people are still missing and 41 sustained injured in the disaster. Around 12,000 households have been displaced and they have been kept at temporary shelters, he added.

The highest number of people lost their lives in Rautahat due to disaster, which stands at 10. Similarly, six each died in Lalitpur and Siraha while natural disaster claimed five lives each in Morang, Bhojpur, Dhanusha, Makawanpur and Sindhuli districts. Four each died in Okhaldhunga, Mahottari and Dolpa and three lives each in Jhapa, Khoang, Parsa, kavrepalanchowk and Kathmandu.

According to the Centre, two each died in Sunsari, Bara, Dhading and Dang and one each in Ilam, Panchthar, Sankhuwasabha, Udayapur, Sarlahi, Ramechhap, Palpa and Kapilvastu.

Seven have been disappeared in the disaster in Dolpa district and three each in Ilam, Morang and Sindhuli. Around 10,000 families have been displaced (2,400 in Sarlahi, 1,110 in Rautahat, 1,665 in Bara, 120 in Parsa, 500 in Siraha and 1,539 in Morang).

Rescue and relief efforts are ongoing, and efforts are in progress to open obstructed roads across the country, said the Home Ministry.

A high level government team on Wednesday conducted an air and field inspection in the flood-hit areas across the country, and took stock of the situation there. across the country, and took stock of the situation there. RSS

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