1. Lalu Yadav, Congress, rats responsible for Bihar floods, says Deputy CM Sushil Modi

Lalu Yadav, Congress, rats responsible for Bihar floods, says Deputy CM Sushil Modi

Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar Sushil Kumar Modi on Saturday not only blamed rats for causing the devastating floods in the state, but also held the Congress party and Lalu Prasad Yadav's Government responsible for the same.

By: | Patna | Updated: September 2, 2017 12:57 PM
Sushil Kumar Modi, Sushil Modi, Bihar Flood, Mithila Flood, Lalu Prasad Yadav, Lalan Singh, Kamla Balan, Kosi, Gandak and Bagmati Sushil Kumar Modi (ANI)

Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar Sushil Kumar Modi on Saturday not only blamed rats for causing the devastating floods in the state, but also held the Congress party and Lalu Prasad Yadav’s Government responsible for the same.”This is not a matter of today, this is happening from last 50 years. Rats damaged the river embankments, which caused the flood. Rats are not the only factor behind this. This issue has been taking place since the time the Congress and Lalu Yadav’s Government were in power. They all are responsible for this,” the Deputy Chief Minister told ANI. Earlier on Friday, Bihar Water Resource Minister Lalan Singh, after reviewing the flood situation, claimed that rats had damaged the river embankments that in turn caused the floods.

The Opposition parties did not approve with the statement and claimed that the Bihar Government is only trying to hide its failure with such illogical statements. As per reports, several big rivers such as Kamla Balan, Kosi, Gandak and Bagmati broke their mud embankments, displacing over 1.70 crore population and causing floods in half of the state. Earlier, the Bihar Police had come under fire for arguing that the rodents had finished off hundreds of litres of alcohol that were seized from Bihar residents after the liquor ban. It had only come to the fore when the media caught up with the police and discovered that the bottles were missing from police stores. The floods have damaged 2,500 homes and claimed 514 lives.

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