Floods situation in Uttar Pradesh worsened on August 23 when Nepal and bordering states of Madhya Pradesh and Uttrakhand released water in major rivers of the states.
The extra amount of water further raised the level of rivers which is already flowing above danger levels.
Meanwhile, the neighboring state of Bihar to is battling floods despite receiving less than normal amount of rain this year.
According to Central Water Commission (CWC), the reason for floods in Bihar is river Ganga, which is flowing above the danger levels
at various parts of Uttar Pradesh like Allahabad, Mirzapur, Varanasi, Ghazipur, and Ballia.
The situation is worse in Ballia where Ganga has risen to the height of 60.31 meters which is about three meters above the red mark.
River Yamuna to is flowing above the danger levels at Kalpi, Chillaghat (Banda), Hamirpur and Naini (Allahabad) areas while River Betwa river is flowing above the danger mark at Hamirpur.
The situation is worsening for the fact that the flood areas have now spread to new areas due constant water being released.