Bihar floods: Water enters Darbhanga medical college, district police station

Water from flood entered Bihar’s Darbhanga Medical College. Water could be seen inside the college’s campus on Saturday. Floods in Bihar have affected several districts including Darbhanga. Security Staff informed that the municipal corporation officials were trying to remove the water. Meanwhile, water also entered the district police station. Police are reportedly working from vehicles to conduct day to day work. As per Disaster Management Department's bulletin, a total of 10.61 lakh people have been affected by floods in 577 panchayats of 77 blocks in 10 districts. The death toll in the floods stood at 10 in Bihar with no fresh casualties reported on Saturday, the bulletin said. Thirteen teams of the NDRF and eight of the SDRF are involved in the rescue operations as part of which 95,859 people have been evacuated from the marooned areas so far, it said. A total of 15,956 people are staying in 28 relief camps while nearly 1.53 lakh people were fed at community kitchens, the number of which rose to 422 on Saturday from 271 the previous day, the bulletin added. The districts hit by floods are West Champaran, East Champaran, Sitamarhi, Sheohar, Supaul, Kishanganj, Darbhanga, Muzaffarpur, Gopalganj, and Khagaria. Watch the full video for more details.