At least 33 people have died so far in the disaster caused by the onset of the monsoon. Monsoon disaster in Nepal
According to figures released by the Home Ministry, 30 people are still missing. 30 injured
In Nepal, the monsoon had started from 11 June this year.
According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, 475 houses have been partially damaged and 112 houses have been completely damaged due to floods, landslides, inundation and erosion.
According to statistics, five people have lost their lives in floods and landslides in Sindhupalchowk and four in Doti. Similarly, three people have been killed in landslides in Rolpa, landslides in Pyuthan, floods in Rautahat, two in Tanahu and two in Chitwan, according to the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Similarly, one person has died in Bajura, Gorkha, Palpa, Arghakhanchi, Kaski, Kavre, Kalikot, Saptari, Bajhang, Panchthar, Rolpa, Dang and Sindhuli. Similarly, one person was killed in an avalanche in Jumla.
Anil Pokharel, executive chief of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority, said it was difficult to estimate the number of places due to geographical conditions. He also informed that the floods in Sindhupalchowk a few days ago were beyond forecast.
He said that the monsoon has also affected the monsoon season as it has started raining from the Himalayan region this year.