Coal India Offers Four High End Pumps to Drain Out Floodwater from Patna
Two pumps with a pumping capacity of 1,000 gallons per minute and two others with a pumping capacity of 5,000 gallons per minute have been sent to the Bihar capital for the de-watering work.
Volunteers distribute relief among the flood-affected people in the Rajendra Nagar area of Patna. (Image: PTI)
Kolkata: Coal India Ltd (CIL) has rushed four heavy duty pumps to drain out water from low-lying inundated residential areas of Patna, a company official said on Friday.
Two pumps with a pumping capacity of 1,000 gallons per minute and two others with a pumping capacity of 5,000 gallons per minute have been sent to the Bihar capital for the de-watering work, he said.
Torrential rain between September 27 and 30 has created a flood-like situation in 15 districts of Bihar, including the state capital.
At least 73 people were killed in rain-related incidents during the period, authorities had said in Patna on Thursday.
"We have rushed four powerful pumps, which have started draining out water from the low-lying inundated residential areas of Rajendra Nagar, TV Tower and Pataliputra colony of Patna," the CIL spokesperson said.
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