In a four-page letter sent on Tuesday, the chief minister alleged that the floods were "man-made" and caused by "uncontrolled and unplanned" discharge of water from DVC dams in Jharkhand.
Reiterating the 'man-made flood' theory, the Bengal CM said she would request the Jharkhand government to prepare a plan in consultation with her state government.
The Eastern Command further informed that the Indian army has rescued at least 91 people since yesterday.
After touring the flood-hit areas of Ghatal, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said she would send a team to New Delhi to pursue the Centre in approving the project.
Though water receded in the flood-affected areas, over three lakh displaced people remained at the several rescue centres spread over the seven districts.
Mamata, in her four-page letter, said 16 persons died in the flood and lakhs of farmers lost their livelihood.
Several districts, including South 24 Parganas, Howrah, East Midnapore and Hooghly, are reeling under flood woes.
The chief minister, who was visiting flood-hit Udaynarayanpur in Howrah district, was learned to have told the prime minister that her administration will send a report to the PMO on the situation.
CM Mamata Banerjee has directed her ministers to remain at their respective districts and supervise the relief and rescue works.
CM Mamata Banerjee, who keeps a tab on the relief and rescue operations and has sent ministers to the affected areas, is likely to conduct an aerial survey of Howrah and Hooghly districts.
Thirty-seven more persons perished in flood-hit Bihar, where over 1.46 crore people are still affected.
Floods in West Bengal have claimed 152 lives so far and the state has suffered a loss of around Rs 14,000 crore.