A 2-storey constructing of a police station was washed away by the erosion of the Brahmaputra River banks because the floods proceed to wreak havoc in Assam. The police station was utterly destroyed by the excessive move of river.

The incident occurred within the Bhangnamari space of Assam’s Nalbari district and a video of the collapse is broadly shared on social media.

The constructing gave the impression to be solely destroyed as may be seen within the visuals, a big chunk of it was buried in water minutes after it fell. Since nobody was contained in the constructing when the incident occurred, there have been no reported accidents or fatalities.

The flood scenario in Assam stays grim, with the demise toll rising to 135 after eight extra folks have been confirmed lifeless on Monday. Based on officers, the Assam floods are nonetheless affecting roughly 33.03 lakh folks throughout 28 districts.

Based on the Assam State Catastrophe Administration Authority (ASDMA), 8.76 lakh folks have been affected within the Barpeta district alone, 5.08 lakh in Nagaon, 4.01 lakh in Kamrup, 2.76 lakh in Cachar, 2.16 in Karimganj, 1.84 lakh in Dhubri, and 1.70 lakh within the Darrang district of Assam as of Monday.

On Sunday, June 26, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma paid a go to to the flood-affected Barak valley space, the place a citizen risked his life to fulfill him with a ‘Gamusa.’ The Chief Minister additionally paid a go to to Silchar and listened to folks’s complaints.

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