Raise your hand to help India to stand again As all of you know that In India many states are facing flood as due to many many life's both human's and animal's too it had been effected still counting i am putting some of source from internet taken as given below article –
Bihar -Over 4 Million Hit by Floods in North East.
Kerala -India – 20 Dead in Kerala After Monsoon Rains and Flood.
Maharashtra - Dozens Dead After Torrential Rainfall in Mumbai and Maharashtra.
Odhisa– Beyond Shelter in a Storm, Odisha Eyes Sturdier Homes, Power and Trees.
Uttar Pradesh-15 people have died and 113 buildings collapsed due to rain Gujarat-
Gujarat: 4 dead as rains wreak havoc in Vadodara, 5,000 evacuated
- This year’s monsoon flooding first began in Assam state in late June, but worsened from around 10 July when 207,100 across 11 districts were affected and many death toll rising and affecting nearly 2.6 million people across 28 districts out of a total of 33 districts in the state. Over 16,500 people were displaced and staying in 320 relief camps, with 3,394 of them in Baksa district.
- Overflowing rivers have caused major flooding in the state of Bihar, north eastern India, from around 12 July, 2019.Flooding has since affected around 1.8 million people in the districts of Sheohar, Sitamarhi, East Champaran, Madhubani, Araria, Kishanganj, Supaul, Darbhanga and Muzaffarpur. Public broadcaster DD News said that at least 28 people are thought to have died. Flooding began after a torrential rain in river catchment areas in parts of Bihar and also neighbouring Nepal. India’s Central Water Commission (CWC) said that 360 mm of rain fell in Lalbegiaghat in 24 hours to 12 July and 320mm in Dhengbridge during the same period. The next day Sonebarsa recorded 250 mm of rain and Jainagar 230mm. Water Resources Department in Bihar reported that the Mahananda, Kosi, Bagmati, Kamla and Gandak rivers were above the danger level in at least 12 locations across the state. The Kamala Balan river at Jhanjharpur in Madhubani district reached record levels. As of 14 July the river stood at 53.11 metres, well above danger mark (50 metres) and beating the previous record high set in 2004. Thirteen teams of NDRF and SDRF have been deployed to carry out relief and rescue operations in the affected districts. Authorities have opened 152 relief camps sheltering 45,053 people.
- Meanwhile in the neighbouring state of Uttar Pradesh at least 15 people have died and 113 buildings collapsed due to rain-related incidents since last week, according to the Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operation. Teams from NDRF have been carrying out evacuations and relief operations in the state, in particular in Deoria district.