The death toll from floods and landslides in Nepal rose to 49 on Sunday with thousands of families displaced from their homes due to incessant rainfall in several districts across the country, officials said.
According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, at least 13 persons were injured in the rain-related incidents and 17 others remained missing.
The latest data released by the ministry shows that 21 districts have been hit badly by the flash floods and landslides, The Himalayan Times reported.
According to the data, one person was killed in Panchthar, four in Sindhuli, Jhapa and Banke each, five in Morang, eight in Sunsari, three in Sarlahi and Surkhet each and two in Bara and Dang each.
Similarly, seven persons died in Rautahat floods and landslides, two in Bardiya, one in Dhanusha, Makawanpur, Kailai and Palpa districts each.