JANAKPUR, July 12: A joint rescue team of Nepal Police and Armed Police Force has rescued nine people, trapped in flood in Kamala River from two days. The team has rescued five people from Nirdana-5 of Kalyanpur Municipality in Siraha and four people from Kamala Municipality-7 in Dhanusha.
They have been shifted to a safe place, according to the mayor of Shahid Nagar Municipality, Barbariya Yadav. The team led by Yadav tried to rescue the victims from Friday evening. However, the current of the water hampered the rescue work.
At least six villages are inundated due to the flood in Kamala River that collapsed a dam in Inarwa of Dhanusha district.