88 killed and 30 missing from rain-Induced disasters in Nepal
Kathmandu — The death toll from floods and landslides triggered by the post-monsoon torrential rain in Nepal has reached 88 by Wednesday evening while 30 people are missing in different parts of the country, according to the latest update by police administration from various districts.
Among the total dead in disaster, 57 are from Province 1, and 29 from Sudurpaschim Province while one life each was lost in Bagmati and Karnali, the Rising Nepal writes.
However, the Disaster Management Directorate of the Home Ministry said Wednesday afternoon that the death toll reached 77 and 27 went missing in the floods and landslides across the country.
According to an update provided by the National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Authority, 22 have sustained injuries and 27 houses have been damaged completely after three days of heavy rains triggered landslides and floods across Nepal.