People sit in a boat amid floods in Assam, India

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Floods have precipitated destruction in Assam, India

Dozens of individuals have been killed as monsoon floods rip by Nepal and north-eastern India.

Not less than 43 individuals have misplaced their lives in Nepal as torrential rains hit the area, police informed the Press Belief of India information company.

Twenty-four persons are reported lacking amid floods and landslides, based on the Himalayan Instances.

Greater than one million individuals have been affected by rising floodwaters as a part of the seasonal monsoon.

Heavy rains are anticipated to proceed within the coming days.

Police have rescued greater than 1,100 individuals from throughout Nepal, affecting some 10,385 households.

A household of three was killed when a part of their home collapsed within the capital, Kathmandu.

The Brahmaputra River, which flows by India, Bangladesh and China, has burst its banks, swamping greater than 1,800 villages in India’s northeast Assam state, Reuters reported.

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Torrential rains have flooded many houses in Kathmandu, Nepal

“Ten individuals have died in separate incidents of drowning previously three days and multiple million individuals (have been) affected, with the flood scenario turning grave,” a state authorities flood bulletin mentioned.

“The flood scenario stays extraordinarily crucial,” Assam’s Water Sources Minister Keshab Mahanta mentioned.

The monsoon season lasts from June to September and wreaks havoc throughout South Asia yearly.

Greater than 1,200 individuals died within the area amid storms and landslides final 12 months, whereas India’s Kerala confronted its worst floods in virtually a century.