The flood scenario in Assam stays grim as 16 lakh other folks dwelling in 22 districts were affected up to now. A number of recent low-lying areas were affected. The loss of life toll has long past as much as 34.
In keeping with the Assam State Crisis Control Authority (ASDMA), as many as 8.60 lakh were affected in Barpeta district whilst 1.95 lakh other folks were hit by means of the flood in South Salmara.
Moreover, round 95,00Zero other folks in Goalpara, 85,700 other folks in Nalbari, 62,500 other folks in Morigaon, 55,00Zero other folks in Darrang, 47,800 other folks in Dhemaji and 41,500 other folks in Dhubri district were affected.
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On Thursday, one individual drowned in floodwaters in Goalpara district’s Matia house, taking the overall loss of life toll to 34.
Croplands badly affected
The floodwaters have submerged 72,717 hectares of croplands and affected 2,053 villages below 60 earnings circles within the flood-hit districts.
A complete of 12,597 other folks have taken safe haven at 163 reduction camps and lots of others nonetheless taking safe haven on roads, embankments and different more secure puts.
The second one wave of flood has affected over 13 lakh home animals additionally.
SDRF groups and management have rescued 2,852 flood-affected other folks from Barpeta, Dhubri, South Salmara and Chirang district in final 24 hours.
Whilst the water ranges are recently receding, Brahmaputra river, Dhansiri river, Jia Bharali river and Kopili river are nonetheless flowing above threat degree in lots of portions of the state.
Greater than 50 consistent with cent spaces of Kaziranga Nationwide Park and Pobitora Natural world Sanctuary are nonetheless inundated and the present flood has pressured many animals to transport more secure puts just like the Karbi hills house.
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