Deputy CM of Bihar Sushil Modi and his family rescued from their home in Patna after 3 days

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Deputy CM of Bihar Sushil Modi and his family rescued from their home in Patna after 3 days

Deputy CM of Bihar Sushil Modi and his family rescued from their home in Patna after 3 days

Bihar lieutenant chief minister Sushil Modi and his relatives were saved on Monday, three days subsequent being stuck at their home in Patna due to extensive flooding that has thrown life into chaos in the Bihar capital. Sushil Modi and his family were stabbed at their home due to water-logging in the region.

Sushil Modi and his family were guarded from their Rajendra Nagar residence. Modi denied to talk to media and left the region soon after being saved on Monday by the staff of the National Disaster Response Force.

Unceasing rainfall has directed to a deluge in Patna over the latter few days. Photos and videos yielded on Twitter showed streets deluged with water and residents stranded in different parts of Patna. Most areas of the town have been immersed with knee or waist-deep water.

There was some assistance on Monday with rains letting up shortly. Nevertheless, the atmospheres in Patna were cloudy and the IMD has prognosticated more rain succeeding in the day.

The central administration on Monday granted the Bihar officials with two Indian Air Force helicopters for aid and rescue operations in Patna.

The community administration has bought the closure of all schools till October 1 as a precautionary measure and reminded of strict penalty to those who defiled the direction and “put the lives of educators and students at risk”.

Chaotic building in Patna has been criticized for the circumstances the city has found itself in over the last several days. While NDRF crews have fanned out endeavoring to protect and move people to higher terrain, municipal staff, donning yellow raincoats, have been hard at work adjudicating to unclog the sewers that have been choked by polythene and trash.

Meantime, the circumstances in the rest of Bihar to remain harsh. At least 25 people have lost their lives so far in rain-related occurrences.