Already, torrential rains have taken over 1,000 people in South Asia since the monsoon began in June, mainly in India's state of Uttar Pradesh, where 700 people have lost their lives. Other deaths were also reported from Bangladesh and Nepal. Expert people blamed that the floods caused on heavier monsoon rains by the Global warming, while others believes that the authorities have done nothing in the past to take measures steps and improve the infrastructure to fight with these natural calamities. Officials reported flood victims had looted grain at some parts in Bihar. Others ran for miles and miles under helicopters that were dropping food packets. A boy was also killed and about 30 people were injured in the Supaul district of Bihar when food packets fell on them directly.
"We have enough stock of food grains but the main problem is that we have limited means of transport to supply those among the villagers," Mr. Gupta, a government official in Madhepura, told Reuters by telephone. Several prisoners also took the advantage of the floods to escape from a jail at Supaul on Tuesday. "We are facing difficulty in getting the exact number of prisoners who fled since communication networks have totally cut off," said Nitish Kumar, Bihar's CM. The U.N. children's fund UNICEF told that roads had been damaged and water and electricity supplies disrupted badly.
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