(AGI) - New Delhi, 1 ago. - The flood situation in eastern India remained grim with the death toll going up to 87 in three states of Assam, Bihar and Orrisa. In Bihar, 26 people have lost their lives because of flood. An estimated 2.7 million people have been affected in 12 districts. The floods have damaged crops in 3,39,000 hectares of land. In neighbouring Assam, floods have claimed 29 lives and affected 3.7 million people in 28 districts of the state. Floods have covered large areas of Kaziranga National Park which is world heritage. Six rhinos were found dead in flood waters. Union home minister Rajnath Singh visited Assam on Sunday to take stock of the damage caused by floods. He told reporters,?The condition is really grim. We are making every effort to provide help to those affected by floods. We need an action plan to deal with such a serious flood situation.? The state government organized 350 camps to provide relief assistance to victims of natural disasters, where they can get food and necessities. Meanwhile, 32 people have lost their lives in Orrisa in lightning incident. Hundreds of people die every year from flooding and landslides during the monsoon rains in India. (AGI) .