14 people lost their lives in Nepal Flood as a result of landslides and lightning


14 people lost their lives in Nepal Flood as a result of landslides, lightning, and flooding

The monsoon rains cause enormous havoc and a great deal of death every year in South Asia.

According to a disaster official’s report on Thursday, at least 14 individuals have lost their lives due to lightning strikes, flooding, and landslides brought on by Nepal’s strong monsoon storms.

Every year, the monsoon rains, which occur from June to September, cause a great deal of death and damage throughout South Asia. But in recent years, there have been an increasing number of disastrous landslides and floods.

According to experts, climate change and more road construction are exacerbating the problem.

According to disaster official Dijan Bhattarai, who talked to AFP, three homes in the Lamjung district, west of Kathmandu, were swept away in a landslide on Wednesday, resulting in the burial of four persons, two of them were children.

A representative for the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority, Bhattarai, stated that four more people perished in other landslides and that five more perished after being struck by lightning.

“One more person drowned in floods,” he said.

Since the monsoon began this month, six more people have lost their lives in floods.

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