Not lower than  100 people have died in northern India during the last three days in unusually heavy late monsoon rains which have submerged streets, hospital wards and homes, officers mentioned Monday.

Dozens of boats had been pressed into service on streets overflowing with gushing rainwater in Patna, the capital of the japanese state of Bihar, after torrential downpours far stronger the conventional.

At least 27 people have misplaced their lives throughout the state and one other 63 in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh since Friday, authorities mentioned. With extra rain predicted, climate consultants say September may finish because the wettest in additional than 100 years.

“Patna alone has recorded some 226 millimetres (8.9 inches) of rainfall since Friday,” Bihar catastrophe response official M. Ramachandru instructed AFP.

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Photos confirmed sufferers mendacity on hospital beds in soiled rainwater on the state-run Nalanda Medical College and Hospital in Patna.

It has additionally been raining closely in southern India and within the western state of Gujarat.

The annual monsoon often lasts from June to September.

With the Indian Meteorological Department Monday predicting extra rainfall throughout 15 states, this year’s monsoon will finish because the wettest since 1917, the mass-circulation Times of India mentioned.

“There are no signs of withdrawal for at least four-five days,” senior IMD officer Mrutyunjay Mohapatra instructed the every day.

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The monsoon, which is significant for farmers throughout the South Asian area, killed some 650 people in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Pakistan in July this year.

AFP

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