New Delhi: The situation is getting worse due to incessant rains and floods in Assam. The severity of the condition can be inferred from this Prime Minister Narendra Modi Chief Minister Himanta spoke to Bishwa Sarma today and inquired into the situation. At this time, the Prime Minister assured the world of all possible help in dealing with the situation.
Let us tell you that the Ministry of Home Affairs is also keeping an eye on the whole situation. The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has been asked to send its rescue team to the flood-hit areas of Assam. The NDRF DG SN chief said nine teams have been deployed in the severely affected districts of Bangaigaon, Barpeta, Kamrup, Kachar, Silchar, Jorhat, Shivsagar and Dhemaji and eight more teams have been placed on standby.
21 districts in Amas have been badly affected by heavy rains where two children have died and more than 6.6 million people have been affected as of August0. According to a government estimate, more than 1.3 million people were affected in Lakhimpur district, followed by Majuli, 0005,000, Darang, 1,400,000, Bishwanath, 2,300, Dhemaji, 21,300 and Shibsagar district, 1,800. Done.
And Read on – Weather Warning: The weather will be disrupted for the next 3-4 days from today, including thunderstorms, rain in this region.
The floods have destroyed more than 30,333 hectares of crops and damaged about 950 grams so far. The state administration has set up relief camps and provided shelter to more than 1,000,000 people from the flood-hit areas. All shelters were built following the Covid-1 prot protocol.
According to the Assam SDMA, Lakhimpur was the worst affected district, with 105,257 people affected by the floods, followed by Majuli with 57,256. Many people have been forced to leave their homes and take shelter in safe places after the flood waters hit their homes.
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