Nepal Army personnel carry relief material over make-shift bridge in Panchthar on Monday. Photo: Giriraj Banskota/Republica
KATHMANDU, August 15: Floods caused by the incessant downpour across the country that inundated many human settlements have claimed lives of many persons. They have disrupted transport system by destroying roads and bridges. In Some areas, Nepal Army had to use a make-shift bridge to take relief materials to the victims. Even some wild animals such as a deer and a rhino fell prey to the torrents of water. After the floods disrupted the power supply, people have been reduced to living in darkness at a night time. The pictures showing these scenarios are shown below:
Trees swept by floods are seen stuck under a bridge in Mahottari district.
A deer and a rhino were found dead on the banks of the Narayani River, Nawalparasi on Monday.
An Excavator clears debris from the road accumulated by floods in Sindhuli on Monday.
Residents Charge their cell phones at a mobile service station installed by Nepal Tarun Dal in Phidim, Panchthar on Monday. The area is without power since the last four days.