NORTH LAKHIMPUR: The flood state of affairs in Lakhimpur district of Assam continues to be grim.
Following incessant rainfall since Monday evening and the discharge of dam water to Ranganadi and Dikrong by NEEPCO from its hydro-electrical energy vegetation in Arunachal Pradesh, the flood state of affairs in Lakhimpur district of Assam continues to be grim.
A number of locations in Lakhimpur district received flooded because of persistent rainfall, inundating the principle city on Tuesday morning.
Heavy rainfall created water logging in lots of components of Lakhimpur city.
The launched water from the dam in Ranganadi and Dikrong continues to wreak havoc within the Lakhimpur district.
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Over 200 villages underneath Bihpuriya, Kadam, North Lakhimpur, Naoboicha, Subansiri, Dhakuakhana and Narayanpur income circles have been affected by the floods this yr.
All the main rivers and their tributaries proceed to movement over the hazard degree mark and lots of bridges had been washed away by floodwaters.
The dam-induced flood waters of all the main rivers have inundated an unlimited space of agricultural lands and human settlements, with loss and damages to property.
So far, 1,16,601 individuals have been affected by the floods within the district.
A complete crop space of 1318.15 hectares have additionally been broken because of floods within the district.