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Kathmandu Flood: 382 houses submerged, 138 people rescued

06 September 2021 08:56 AM | UPDATED 3 months ago

06 September 2021 08:56 AM

Three hundred and eighty-two houses have been inundated in Kathmandu due to floods. Police have rescued 138 people.

The riverside settlements have been inundated due to the rains since last night. The residents of the settlement were rescued by the police and taken to a safe place.

According to Kathmandu Police Chief SSP Ashok Singh, Balkhu’s vegetable market, Kuleshwor’s housing area, Koteshwor’s Narephant area, Balaju’s Nepaltar’s lower area, Shankhamul Park and Kalimati’s vegetable market area have been inundated.

No casualties were reported, according to SSP Singh.

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