PATNA: One Army Column and one Engineer Task Force (ETF) have been deployed in six districts of Bihar, which have been successful in rescuing more than 300 people from the flood-hit areas.
At least 27 people were rescued from Katihar, 106 from Madhubani, 84 from East Champaran and 18 from West Champaran.
Besides the rescue operation, 15,765 food packets were distributed among the flood-affected people and around 4,439 were provided with medical aid.
Arrangements have also been made for crowd control and repair of embankment.
According to the incoming reports, more teams of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) are being airlifted from Pune to Patna.
Supaul, Saharsa, Bagha, Gopalganj, Madhubani, Sitamarhi, Khagaria, Darbhanga and Madhepura districts are the other districts which have been affected by floods.
Yesterday, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) teams were working on war-footing to combat the situation in the flood-affected areas of Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Bihar and West Bengal and fanned out its 126 flood rescue teams so far across the country to help the affected people.
After more than 100 deaths in Bihar due to floods this month, the NDRF teams had intensified their rescue operations in the state.