Assam Flood: The situation in Assam is uncontrollable due to floods, so many deaths have happened so far

Assam Flood: The situation in Assam is uncontrollable due to floods, so many deaths have happened so far

Assam Flood: Three districts of Barak Valley, Cachar, Karimganj and Hailakandi are in the grip of severe floods. The Barak and Kushiyara rivers are flowing above the danger mark, affecting more than six lakh people.

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Floods affected 45.34 lakh people in 30 districts

so far 108 people died,

the government declared summer holidays a week ago


Assam Flood: The situation is getting worse due to floods in Assam. The situation is getting worse here day by day. Till Thursday 108 people have died in Assam. Chief Minister Himanta Vishwa Sarma has conducted an aerial survey of the worst affected Silchar city by the floods. However, according to a report, now the number of people affected by floods is decreasing. Floods have affected 45.34 lakh people in 30 districts, while the number of people affected by floods in 32 districts on Wednesday was 54.5 lakh.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the Center is continuously monitoring the flood situation in Assam and is working closely with the state government to provide all possible assistance to meet the challenge. The Prime Minister said, “Army and NDRF teams are present in the flood-affected areas. They are carrying out rescue operations and helping the affected people. The Air Force has carried out more than 250 flights as part of the rescue operation.” Meanwhile, today 108 people have died due to loss of life each in Cachar and Barpeta, one each in Bajli, Dhubri and Tamulpur districts. .

The Brahmaputra and Barak rivers and their tributaries are in spate in most of the affected districts. However, the flood water has receded in some places. Officials said that the death toll due to floods in the state in mid-May has now risen to 108.

Summer vacations happened a week ago due to floods

He did not say how many troops of the army would be deployed for this work. Three districts of Barak Valley, Cachar, Karimganj and Hailakandi are severely flooded. The Barak and Kushiyara rivers are flowing above the danger mark, affecting more than six lakh people. Officials said that the situation in Barpeta is the worst where 10,32,561 people have been affected by the floods. 4,29,166 people have been affected in Kamrup, 4,29,166 in Nagaon, 3,99,945 in Dhubri. Meanwhile, summer vacations have been declared a week in advance for schools in the state due to floods. Education Department Secretary Bharat Bhushan Dev Choudhary said in a notification that the holidays would be from June 25 to July 25. Earlier, the period for this was fixed from July 1 to July 31. For More Join LiveInfo

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