Almost 90,000 human beings had been affected within the ultra-modern wave of floods across seven districts in Assam. Assam Country Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) sources said extra than 88,000 people are reeling under flood in 257 villages throughout Lakhimpur, Dhemaji, Nagaon, Jorhat, Golaghat, Morigaon and Biswanath districts.
Presently, Brahmaputra is flowing above the hazard mark at Nematighat in Jorhat and Tezpur in Sonitpur districts, Subansiri at Badatighat in Lakhimpur, Dikhow at Sivasagar, Dhansiri at Golaghat city and Numaligarh in Golaghat and Jia Bharali at NT avenue crossing in Sonitpur, ASDMA stated.
Authorities have additionally opened seven comfort camps in Lakhimpur district. more than 6,000 hectares of crop had been broken in these districts.
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In the meantime, flood waters inundated a CRPF camp in Jorhat, whilst erosion via Dhansiri river has been reported from Golaghat.
Flood waters also entered the Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary- the arena’s most dense habitat of one-horned rhinos. Forest officials stated greater than 70 in line with cent regions of the sanctuary are currently beneath water, forcing wild animals to visit excessive land.
A Defence spokesperson said the Army is carefully monitoring the modern-day flood state of affairs and the ranges of rising water in Brahmaputra.
“The Navy flood relief columns are in a State of complete readiness to be deployed for flood relief movement as and whilst required in any of the affected areas,” he introduced.