Over 6000 people have been affecting by floods in two Assam districts. Over 6000 people, including 1,933 children, have been affected by floods. In the past 24 hours in Assam’s two eastern districts of Tinsukia and Dibrugarh.
The situation deteriorated further on Friday and Saturday. When the IMD issued a red warning for Assam and Meghalaya, forecasting very heavy rains.
“Over the next 4-5 days, broad to extensive rainfall over northeastern states is anticipates due to the impact of strong moist southwesterly winds. Arunachal Pradesh is expecting to get severe to very heavy rains during the next two days. And the same is expect for Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura Meteorological Subdivision until July 3, the IMD says.
According to the state government’s Flood Reporting and Information System (FRIMS), 2,866 persons in Tinsukia revenue circles in Tinsukia district., and 3,717 in Chabua revenue circles in the Dibrugarh district have been impacting.
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Two additional revenue circles, Manikpur and Srijangram in the western region’s Bongaigaon district. And one more revenue circle, Nazira in the Sivasagar district, has been impacting by floods. However, there have been no reports of any population being affect. The flood also impacted about 428 hectares of cropland in the four districts.
Numerous sections of 27 highways and five bridges in Bongaigaon, Chirang, and Barpeta districts have been destroys.
In many locations in Bongaigaon, Dhubri, Barpeta, Dhemaji, Goalpara, Morigaon, Kokrajhar, and South Salmara districts. Flooding rivers, especially the Brahmaputra, have resulted in erosion. Additionally, the Brahmaputra is flowing above the danger threshold in two locations.