Katihar: Flood outbreak is still continuing in 12 districts of Bihar. People have left their homes and taken shelter in safer places. Meanwhile, the water level of Kosi has once again recorded a rise on Sunday. Many rivers in the area are still flowing above the danger mark. In the wake of the floods, agitated people rallied in the community kitchen for the victims for lack of food.
This situation arose due to the unavailability of food in Katihar's Kadwa. On the other hand, a flood victim has said that ministers are not giving food if they do not come. Nothing has been given to eat for three days. Today, the Minister has come and everybody is being given food. On the other hand, CM Nitish Kumar comes and makes food, but no plate is given to eat. You have to fight and get a plate.
On the other hand, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who arrived in Katihar on Sunday to inspect the flood, met the flood victims and made their way to the spot. Nitish Kumar himself inspected the kitchen and drug distribution. People also complained about lack of government relief assistance and facilities by the district administration from CM Nitish. Taking the matter seriously, CM Nitish Kumar summoned District Magistrate Poonam Kumari and gave several necessary directions.
: Ruckus broke out in community kitchen after locals allege non-availability of food, in Kadwa area of Katihar. (21/7/2019)— ANI (@ANI)