GUWAHATI: The flood scenario has remained unchanged in Assam within the final 24 hours although the depth of rainfall has declined within the northeast.
Six extra deaths have been reported in Assam, 4 from Nagaon and one every from Hojai and Cachar districts, taking the loss of life toll to 24 within the state because of floods and landslides since April 6. With this, the loss of life toll throughout Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh crossed 30 within the final 9 days. At the least 29 deaths have been reported until Saturday within the northeast.
From 6.8 lakh, reported by the Assam State Catastrophe Administration Authority (ASDMA) on Saturday night, the variety of flood affected individuals within the state has gone as much as 7.19 lakh. Nonetheless, the variety of flood hit villages within the state declined to 2,095 on Sunday night from 2,248 reported on Saturday.
Rail and street connectivity to South Assam, Mizoram, Manipur and Tripura by means of Dima Hasao is but to be restored. Although the Railways has not been capable of make a dedication on the resumption of service by means of the hill district, chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday met senior officers of the Nationwide Freeway Authority of India (NHAI) in New Delhi to reinstate street connectivity on NH 27 by means of Dima Hasao.
Sarma had a gathering with NHAI chairperson, Alka Upadhyay, on restoring connectivity to Dima Hasao. “The Maibang to Harangajao sector of the nationwide freeway in Dima Hasao, the place connectivity has come to a halt because of landslides, must be reinstated. She assured me that the 31-km stretch will likely be improved and autos will be capable of ply by means of the freeway by Might 31,” he stated.
Sarma added that the federal government is supplying gasoline to Dima Hasao headquarters Haflong by means of air to deal with the gasoline disaster and on Sunday itself, 6,000 litres of petrol and diesel have been airdropped.
The Indian Air Power (IAF) has additionally airlifted 12 MT of important gadgets from Jorhat to Liasang, Hajadisha and Khetre in Dima Hasao. 4 groups of the NDRF with 20 boats remained deployed in Cachar, Hojai, Nagaon and Dima-Hasao districts.
As per the Central Water Fee bulletin on Sunday morning, river Kopili (at Kampur, Nagaon and Dharamtul in Nagaon), Disang (at Nanglamuraghat in Sivasagar), Barak river (at AP Ghat, Cachar and BP Ghat in Karimganj) and Kushiyara (in Karimganj) have been flowing above the hazard stage.
An ASDMA report on Sunday night acknowledged that the best 3,45,838 inhabitants has been affected by floods in Nagaon district, adopted by 2,29,275 in Cachar, one other worst flood hit district. A complete of 95,473.51 hectares of crop areas have been affected by the floods within the final 24 hours. Whereas 269 reduction camps and 152 reduction distribution centres have been opened in all affected areas within the final 24 hours, 91,518 inmates have been tenting in reduction camps until the submitting of this report.

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