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more than a hundred people have been killed and millions displaced after days of torrential rains and flooding in South Asia India Nepal and Bangladesh have all been affected but the poor Indian states of a song and the horror have been hit hardest according to the government over four million people have been forced from their homes in a some alone you see that a %HESITATION pump the rain has been extreme over seventy hours of continuous downpour everything simmers in almost all of our crops have been destroyed but this is only the beginning of this year's monsoon season more rain is expected in the coming weeks the damage it causes will likely go up as well at this religion bond with dash residents say a nearby rivers embankment broke in a flash flood it was so quick we didn't even realize that it happened we run without children and all houses were instantly destroyed by flood waters we couldn't bring any of our belongings homes have been swept away and villagers are now trying to recover what they can before the next round of rains hit the region floods in South Asia cause death and destruction every year with monsoon rains cleaning at least eight hundred lives in twenty seventeen India's military has been deployed for rescue and relief operations and makeshift shelter camps have been set up as well