17, Asar, Chitwan. Incessant rains coupled with floods and landslides have blocked highways and bridges in Chitwan. Some areas of Bharatpur have been flooded.
Landslides on the Narayangarh-Mughlin street have blocked the east-west freeway in each the instructions. Police stated that the work of opening the street is happening.
Spokesperson of District Police Office, Chitwan, Deputy Superintendent of Police (SP) Surya Bahadur Thapa stated that the street has been blocked since 2:10 am on Thursday.
According to Thapa, there have been landslides in Charkilo and Panchkilo of the street and the work of eradicating it’s virtually full. He stated that the street could be opened after the rain stops.
The landslide website falls in Ichhakamana village Municipality-6 of Chitwan. Vehicles coming from Bharatpur and Kathmandu to Pokhara have additionally been stopped from the street closure.
Similarly, a bridge over Ladara river in East Chitwan has collapsed resulting from steady floods. Part of the bridge has collapsed in Khairhani Municipality-2.
The Khairhani-2 bridge over Ladara river was constructed by GMR Construction Pvt Ltd Bharatpur final 12 months at a value of Rs 19.5 million. The native individuals of Khairhani-2, 3 and 4 are getting direct profit from this bridge.
Ladra and Chatra rivers are in spate. Areas together with Simaltandi and Chainpur of Khairhani Municipality have been submerged. The newly planted fields have been submerged.
Due to incessant rains, the water of the Kair river has flowed from the East-West Highway at Shanti Chowk in Ratnanagar-3, Chitwan. Due to the flood within the Kair river, the water of the river has flowed from the freeway. The homes of the native individuals have additionally been submerged within the Kayar river floods.
Incessant rains have submerged some wards of Bharatpur Metropolitan City. Bharatpur Municipal Corporation Ward No. Wards 11, 12, 7, 8, 28 are submerged.
Every 12 months these wards of town are full of water. The wards have been flooded whereas the company is setting up roads with out drains. Even the district authorities workplaces are flooded yearly.