take a state (jahan flood aaya ho kbhi) uske effect , precaution (kese bachaa jae agar fass gaye)

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take a state (jahan flood aaya ho kbhi) uske effect , precaution (kese bachaa jae agar fass gaye)

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    bihar

    Bihar is India’s most flood-prone state, with 76% population in the North Bihar living under the recurring threat of flood devastation.[1][2] Bihar makes up 16.5% of India’s flood affected area and 22.1% of India’s flood affected population.[3] About 73.06% of Bihar’s geographical area, ie 68,800 square kilometres (26,600 sq mi) out of 94,160 square kilometres (36,360 sq mi), is flood affected. On an annual basis, they destroy thousands of human lives apart from livestock and assets worth millions.[4][2] In total, they have claimed 9,500 lives since the government started publishing figures in 1979.[5] North Bihar districts are vulnerable to at least five major flood-causing rivers during monsoon – Mahananda River, Koshi River, Bagmati River , Burhi Gandak River and Gandak – which originate in Nepal. Some south Bihar districts have also become vulnerable to floods from Son, Punpun and Phalgu rivers.[6] The 2013 flood affected over 5.9 million people in 3,768 villages in 20 districts of the state.[7] 2017 flood affected 19 districts of North Bihar killing 514 people.[8][9][10][11][12][13][14] and affecting 1.71 crore people.[15][16][17][18]

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