Parts of Bihar's Sitamarhi have been badly affected due to floods.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday asked the disaster management department officials and district magistrates to remain alert for a possible flood situation in view of heavy rainfall in catchment areas of Nepal and Gandak river.
Over 27.64 Lakh people are affected as the floods in Assam destroyed houses, crops, roads and bridges at several places. Meanwhile, former Rajasthan Deputy CM Sachin Pilot took to Twitter and requested the people to help those who are affected due to Assam and Bihar floods.
Heavy rain in Nepal's Terai region has caused a flood-like situation in Bihar Araria. The water-level of rivers like Parmar, Bakra, Rutwa, Nuna, Sahit among others. Meanwhile, vehicular traffic has been disrupted on Motihari-Sheohar road for the last four days.
Flood-like situation prevailed in several Bihar districts as river Koshi, Kamala, Bagmati and others continued to flow above danger level due to heavy rain in the state and higher areas in bordering Nepal.
Heavy downpour, as well as catchment areas of Nepal for the last three days, has resulted in flood-like situation in several areas in Bihar. Several rivers especially in North Bihar are flowing above the danger marking since Sunday.
The annual flood in Bihar has again forced poor people out of their homes.