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The first phase of Bihar assembly elections has been completed and political parties have started preparations for the second phase. During this time, issues like unemployment dominate in elections, but many important issues are not in people's minds at this time. These include the issue of floods in Patna last year. In fact, during October last year, the entire Patna was submerged by just 3 days of rain. Even then, this issue is not seen anywhere in the election.
This was the 'lockdown' of the flood
Significantly, due to the global epidemic corona, the country was put under lockdown from 24 March. It was also followed in Bihar and suddenly life ceased. Roads and chowk-intersections were deserted due to the corona, but about a year ago in October 2019, people of Bihar's capital Patna had to face a situation like lockdown. During that time, the entire Patna was drowned due to continuous rain for only three days. The people of Patna city, who have gone on the path of smart city, were forced to eat their lives hesitantly. They had to spend several days amidst the stinking water.
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Deputy CM's house was also submerged in water
Let me tell you that during that time the nobles had taken refuge in the local hotels, but they also kept seeing the belongings of their homes being ruined in the water. Apart from this, goods worth crores of rupees of common people were ruined. The situation was so bad that Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi's house was also submerged in water. In such a situation, he went to a safe haven instead of taking care of his neighbors.
There was havoc of rain in these areas
According to the information, the havoc of rains took place in the three assembly segments of Patna, Bankipur, Kumhara and Rajendra Nagar of Digha, Kankarbagh, Kumhara, Bazar Samiti, Shri Krishna Nagar, Shri Krishna Puri, Nageshwar Colony, Kadamkuan, Nala Road, Pataliputra Colony and Rajiv Nagar Colony. There was damage in the initial areas. These three assembly seats are considered to be BJP's stronghold. There are MLAs Nitin Naveen from Bankipur, Arun Kumar Sinha from Kumhar and Sanjeev Chaurasia from Digha.
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This is the opinion of common people
Remembering the Patna floods, Prabhat Ranjan of Kankarbagh and Anil Kumar, a resident of Rajendra Nagar, say that we do not want to miss those times. We were abandoned amidst the hellish situation. But on the question of voting, they started asking about alternatives. Jyoti Bharti of Rajiv Nagar says that if such a tragedy had happened in the developed country, the government would have fallen there. But this situation will continue in Bihar. Whoever comes here will not have any meaning with the public. This has been my experience. At the same time, young Rajesh Kumar, resident of Anand Puri, says that I am a fan of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Everyone had faced that problem, but where is the PM to blame in this? They have to be strengthened.
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