Fishes swim at a hospital in Bihar after heavy rains. Photograph:( ANI )
Following a heavy downpour in Bihar, several parts of the state capital were submerged under deep water.
The Nalanda Medical College Hospital (NMCH) in Patna had turned into a pool of water on Sunday.
A video released by a news agency shows multiple fishes floating inside the hospital Intensive Care Unit (ICU) ward.
Other pictures show people walking in knee-deep water inside the hospital.
Also, the area outside the residence of Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi was seen waterlogged after the downpour.
An area around a hospital in Bihar Rohtas district was also waterlogged due to heavy rains for last five days.
Meanwhile, the chief minister of the state, Nitish Kumar visited the site of Bailey Road where a road caved due to waterlogging at an under construction site.
Kumar said, " Told officials to check groundwater level. As it is a part of metro rail network, a thorough report will be made.This incident has cautioned us to prevent such incidents in future.Movement of light and heavy vehicles will be regulated".
Told officials to check groundwater level. As it is a part of metro rail network,a thorough report will be made.This incident has cautioned us to prevent such incidents in future.Movement of light&heavy vehicles will be regulated:CM Nitish Kumar inspects broken Bailey Road #Bihar pic.twitter.com/7y3bYLIRq0— ANI (@ANI) July 29, 2018
Patna: Road caved in at an under construction site on Bailey Road following water-logging due to drain blockage and heavy rainfall. Traffic movement expected to resume tomorrow. #Bihar pic.twitter.com/JKVEIzmLUH— ANI (@ANI) July 29, 2018
(With inputs from ANI)