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Kathmandu: Seventy-eight people have lost their lives so far in disaster including floods and landslides triggered by continuous rainfall in various parts of the country. Properties worth more than Rs 100 million were damaged in the incident. 

Similarly, 90 people have been injured and five have gone missing so far due to the flooding and landslides that occurred in various parts of the country from June 10 till the morning today, according to the Police Headquarters.

As many as 381 cattle died, 98 cowsheds were destroyed, and 595 houses were displaced due to these incidents. 

Police said that 5,040 personnel have been mobilized for disaster management during this period. 

Floods and landslides have damaged one school and two government office buildings. Forty-one bridges have been swept away. Likewise, 161 houses have been submerged and 116 ropanis of land has been buried by debris. 

The Police Headquarters stated that 1,028 disaster-related incidents have occurred due to the incessant rains, resulting in losses equivalent to Rs 101 million 885 thousand and 700.