Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma throughout his go to to the flood-affected Bajali and Barpeta districts on June 28 took inventory of the completely different locations that are reeling underneath flood and interacted with the individuals dwelling within the reduction camps. He additionally took inventory of the rescue, reduction and rehabilitation works being undertaken by the administration.

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Sarma in Bajali district visited Kunwara in Patacharkuchi and interacted with individuals affected by flood largely perpetrated by Kaldiya river.

Later, the chief minister inspected the flood-affected areas at Medhikuchi in Bhawanipur constituency and interacted with the flood-affected individuals. He additionally visited the reduction camps arrange at 425 Medhikuchi Mannequin Major College and Medhikuchi Major Well being Care Centre and talked to the camp inmates.

He mentioned that the state authorities has already sanctioned Rs 9 crore for fortification of Pohumara embankment and reconstruct it with street on it as soon as flood water recedes.

Later, Sarma visited Saralpara, Nayapara areas the place Pohumara river flooded a number of components. He took inventory of the plight that the persons are going via by wading via the inundated areas on foot. He additionally assured the flood-affected folks that the federal government will take all steps to assist them together with repairing their broken homes.

Taking inventory of the flood-affected individuals in Bajali district, chief minister Sarma paid a go to to the Barpeta Satra, Patbaushi Satra and Sri Sri Sankardev Than and paid his obeisance there.

Throughout his go to to Barpeta district, the chief minister additionally visited the reduction camps arrange at Patbaushi Excessive College, Patbaushi ME College and Barpeta Govt Greater Secondary College and interacted with the camp inmates. He additionally mentioned that the Harijan river flowing via the Barpeta city will probably be dredged to free Barpeta from the perennial flood.

Flood state of affairs improves in Assam

Within the final 24 hours, altogether 22 districts – Bajali, Baksa, Barpeta, Cachar, Chirang, Darrang, Dhemaji, Dima-Hasao, Goalpara, Golaghat, Hailakandi, Kamrup, Kamrup (M), Karimganj, Lakhimpur, Majuli, Morigaon, Nagaon, Nalbari, Sonitpur, Tamulpur and Udalguri district have reported flood, says a bulletin of Assam State Catastrophe Administration Authority.

Within the final 24 hours 5 individuals have died within the flood which took the dying tally to 134.

As on June 28, there are about 21,52,415 individuals had been impacted, out of which 1,91,194 persons are taking shelter in 538 reduction camps.


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