GAYA: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday hurried to Gaya in Bihar in the wake of broad waterlogging in numerous zones because of downpour and in the midst of apprehension of stones slipping from a slope because of the storm.
Mr Kumar raced to Gaya to take load of circumstance and gave fundamental directions to authorities to help the general population.
As per a state Met official announcement, Gaya recorded 107.9 mm downpour in the most recent 24 hours.
The Chief Minister took help of an amplifier to engage individuals living close to the slope at Gwal bigha range to move to security in the midst of trepidation of slipping of huge stones under the effect of downpour, an official proclamation said.
"On the off chance that the downpour proceed, there is trepidation of slipping of stones," Mr Kumar said, engaging individuals to move to camps implied for guests to the Pitrapaksha reasonable.
The police would frequently watch to shield their homes and effects, the Chief Minister, while asking the general population to move to the camps, said.
He said specialists of Mines and Geology office under the Principal Secretary have achieved Gaya to investigate the slipping of stones from the slope.
Authorities of the National Disaster Management Authority would achieve Gaya today to test the circumstance, Mr Kumar said, including, vital strides would be taken in light of their proposals.
Mr Kumar additionally checked gathering of water in numerous ranges of Gaya because of the downpour and trained authorities to expel infringement from center of Mansarva nullah at the Pantnagar territory.
Later, he held a meeting with authorities at the Airport and educated them to keep fire unit administrations prepared to manage any consequence.
Clergyman responsible for Gaya Krishnandan Verma, Principal Secretary Disaster Management Department Vyasji and Principal Secretary in the Chief Minister's Office Chanchal Kumar went with Mr Kumar to Gaya.