Flood enroutes Bangladesh, Nepal and India, claims properties, lives.
According to the official resources, nearly 200 deaths had been declared so far due to flood in Nepal on August 16, 2017 Wednesday.
The death toll raised up to 221 and more than 1.5 Million had been displaced by seasonal flood in three countries of submerged villages.
Army, rescue services reached to destructive villages for missing seasonal.
Train services had been cut entirely to the northeast of India reported by Anwar Hazarika Reuters.
Every year billions of people were affected by monsoon flooding across the South Asian countries of India, Nepal and Bangladesh.
Janardan Sharma, Nepal’s home minister, told parliament on Tuesday, “111 have been killed and 35 are still missing in the country, which has seen nearly 20 percent of the population affected by severe flooding.”
Instead of that habitants of Nepal’s hard-hit Saptari district accused government for insufficient protective measures.
India and third neighbouring country also suffered from torrential downpours and flash flooding.
“Another 1.5 million people have been marooned,” Reaz Ahmed, head of Bangladesh’s disaster management department, told AFP news agency.
Shafiul Atif, the local government administrator, told AFP news agency, “Almost 1,200 shelters had been erected across Bangladesh, about 600 Indian nationals took shelter in Bangladeshi villages in the border district of Lalmonirhat.”