The death toll from massive floods caused by torrential rains in Bangladesh and India has risen to at least 112.
The US channel “CNN” reported today, Wednesday, that the flood waters inundated the streets and roads in Bangladesh, causing the isolation of many areas in the country.
As for India, the floods resulted in the displacement of thousands of people from their homes.
Water levels in all major rivers across Bangladesh are rising, according to the Flood Forecasting and Warning Center in Dhaka, the country’s capital.
The waters of the Brahmaputra, one of the largest rivers in Asia, have breached mud dams and inundated 3,000 villages and farmland in 28 out of the 33 districts of Assam, an Indian state.