Officials have reported 32 people dead and hundreds more injured in the storm that swept its way through southern Nepal.
The injured are being brought to the hospitals by cars and bikes but transportation through these means is challenging right now because of the fallen trees and electric poles in most of the places. Prime Minister Oli said that the security forces are aware and rescue teams and choppers are waiting for the weather to clear to move to the injured areas as soon as possible.
The number of deaths is increasing as the affected districts Bara and Parsa are located far from the capital city Kathmandu. And the hospitals and treatment services are also not doing much for the injured. Due to lack of beds, people are being treated on floors. Hospitals in such area are small and unequipped with all the modern day services. This creates a whole new challenge.
Police and army rescuers had fanned out around the district but rescue efforts are difficult at night.