In the scorching sun of Qatar, the money earned for 7 years was used to build a house. A house worth Rs 60 million in Melamchi Bazaar of Sindhupalchowk has been washed away by the flood of Indravati River. According to the police, the house was saved from the floods in Melamchi and Indravati rivers on June 20 after heavy rains.
A Five-storey Hotel as well as house was swept away by floods in Helambu and Melamchi areas on Saturday morning after heavy rains, police said. Five people were killed in floods in Melamchi district on June 20. Dozens are still missing.
The Area Police Office, Melamchi, has urged the residents of the river and coastal areas to remain safe as the water level in the river is rising due to continuous rains.
Similarly, the risk of floods has increased in some main and tributary rivers across the country as the rains continue. The Flood Forecast Division of the Department of Water and Meteorology has urged to be vigilant as the Kankai, Koshi, Kamala, Bagmati and some of its tributaries and tributaries will be flooded today.
According to the Division, the flow of water in Narayani-Karnali-Mahakali-Rapti and Babai rivers will also increase normally.
The forecast bulletin issued by the branch in the morning has urged to be vigilant in the coastal areas as the flow of rivers and streams flowing through Ilam, Jhapa, Morang, Udaipur, Okhaldhunga, Dhankuta, Taplejung and Sankhuwasabha will increase.
Residents of rivers and streams in Bara, Dhanusha, Siraha and Saptari of Province 2 have also been urged to remain vigilant. Similarly, the rivers and streams of Rasuwa, Sindhupalchowk, Ramechhap, Nuwakot, Dolakha, Dhading, Chitwan, Makwanpur, Kathmandu and Sindhuli of Bagmati have been forecast to increase.