Floodwaters cut roads in maitland district, Chhattisgarh, India. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade

Scheduled floods in the Chhattisgarh state have killed at least 40 people and displaced more than a million, making it the worst such calamity since 2011. At least 22 of the dead wer더킹카지노e women.

“I saw people getting killed. I saw dead children,” said resident of Bora Bora town, Kailash Na더킹카지노rsimhaan.

“We used to go to school, but now there is no school in this town. But I don’t mind,” added Sreenik Biswas, whose village houses a refugee camp.

On Monday, more than 9.2 meters of an adjoining hilltop was cut off by floodwater from a river that had receded from the lake, w바카라hich has receded the maximum 200 meters above the ground.

It forced villagers to cut off irrigation to their fields, which have become unusable, according to officials in the state.

A dam was set up in Ranga Chahrani district this week after a small lake threatened to release floods that killed 25 people in January 2011.

There have been at least nine large flooding events since 2010 in the state including a deluge in March 2011 that killed at least 1,000 people. More than 2,000 people were killed in one such disaster in 2010.