The flood circumstance in Odisha kept on staying terrible as a huge number of towns in Jajpur, Kendrapara and Khurda kept on staying waterlogged as the tsunamis in Bay of Bengal because of full moon day shielded repulsing the floodwaters from entering the ocean.
Specialist in-head of water assets division Jyotirmaya Rath said water level in significant streams was not descending because of high flowing conditions. “As today is a full moon day the release of floodwater from Mahanadi waterway framework and Brahmani stream into the Bay of Bengal has not been quick and quick. As the ocean is shaky because of the regular effect of the full moon, the consistent release of waterway water into the ocean will start just by Thursday. It will take another three to four days for the circumstance to improve,” Rath said. The flood has influenced at any rate 1.4 million individuals across 20 locale of the state, yet the areas of Jajpur, Kendrapara and Khurda have been the most exceedingly terrible hit. Up until this point, 22 individuals in the state have kicked the bucket because of the flood. An aggregate of 3256 towns under 896 gram panchayats in 112 squares were hit because of the gigantic flood bringing about the wake of unremitting precipitation due to consecutive low weights in the Bay of Bengal.