07 July :- The flood in Assam’s Northeast has reached other areas. There are reports of more than 51,000 people affected in seven districts due to infiltrating the water there. Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) in its report said that floods have spoiled the situation of the common man.
The Authority has reported that floods have flooded 51,400 people in Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Sonitpur, Nalbari, Barpeta, Chirang and Majuli districts. More than 51,000 people in 85 villages were distressed due to the flood. Before this, 45,500 people of 82 villages in the seven districts were ineligible for the floods, whereas the highest flood in Lakhimpur was hit.
So far 32 people have died
The Brahmaputra river of Assam has increased towards the danger mark. By which the floods of the state had increased. So far, 32 people have died due to floods. In Kokrajhar of Assam, rain has also created a catastrophe. Many villages have been submerged in the water due to torrential rains since last several days. Things have become such that people are leaving homes and going to safer places.
Rain has created conditions like floods in many areas of West Bengal. On the other hand, since the arrival of monsoon in northern India, there have been floods like situation in many states. Most of the rivers in Uttarakhand are on the boom.