"Chief Minister Kumar is responsible for this situation. He has completely failed and has fallen in the eyes of the people. Yet his conscience has not awakened. He should take the responsibility and resign on moral grounds," said Yadav.
NDRF has rescued over ten thousand people from the state capital. The rescue teams have been rowing people across the flooded streets in inflated boats from the past few days.
Three people died after a wall collapsed in Bhagalpur following heavy rain in the region, many feared trapped.
In Patna, where the weather office has predicted heavy rain till September 30, the district administration has ordered closure of all schools till Tuesday.
The heavy downpour has also disrupted the rail traffic in the region. At least ten trains were cancelled today morning. Delays were reported on several routes.
A number of villages under Tardih block of the district have been badly affected by flood waters. Some of the worse hit villages are Alinagar, Kiratpur, Ghanshyampur, Goraboram, Manigachhi, Birail, and Kusheshwar Asthan.
Water in most of the rivers in North Bihar has crossed the danger level marks but the government is busy blaming nature instead of carrying out rescue and relief operations. They are not concerned about the public. All they want to do is hand out freebies. People are in distress