The situation in Malaysia has become so bad. Cars submerged in rivers, land sliding, and deserted roads are seen across the country. At the same time, the supply chain has started getting affected due to the stagnation of traffic on 15 highways of the country. Due to this, there is a danger of a shortage of essential things.
Malaysia floods due to Philippines storm
The effect of Hurricane Rai in the Philippines is visible in Malaysia. Flooding has occurred in Malaysia due to heavy rains since Friday. According to the report of Al Jazeera, more than 30 thousand people were rendered homeless in the floods on Sunday. According to the government website, the flood water level in 8 of the country’s 16 states and union territories has reached dangerous levels on Saturday. Due to which the situation may worsen in the coming days.
The situation in Malaysia has become so bad that rivers are overflowing, land sliding, and cars submerged on deserted roads are seen across the country. At the same time, the supply chain has started getting affected due to the stagnation of traffic on 15 highways of the country. Due to this, the danger of shortage of essential things has also arisen.
Selangor worst affected by floods
Selangor, the state adjoining the capital Kuala Lumpur, is worst affected by the floods. It is considered the richest state in Malaysia. Here more than 10 thousand people have left their homes and gone to safer places. Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yakub said that more than 65 thousand personnel of police, army, and fire department have been deployed to help the stranded people reach the shelters.
Port Klang port and train service closed
This flood in Malaysia has come due to the Rai storm in the Philippines. Due to this, the work at Port Klang, the largest port of Malaysia, has been badly affected. From here the train services towards the city Klang have been stopped.