Dhemaji, Aug 01: Floods situation in Assam once again getting verse as the water from the neighboring state Arunachal Pradesh is hitting Dhemaji and adjoining districts of Assam.
The Jiadhal river is overflowing as a supporting river to the Brahmaputra in the Dhemaji district near the Assam border of Arunachal Pradesh. Most of the area of the Dhemaji district of Assam is disconnected from the rest of the part of the state.
The overflowing water comes over the bridge which connects the Dhemaji. The water is also damaging bridges.
The administration issued an alert and stopped the movement of people and movement of vehicles over this bridge.
Locals said that “After heavy rain since yesterday, the water is increasing continuously since 6:00 am. Sensing the danger, the administration has stopped the movement of people over this bridge, we have received news that people in many areas are facing trees Climbing up and taking shelter 10 to 15 villages of the district have been affected by the floods.”
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The Assam Floods have improved a lot with no new river being above the danger level and only 2569 people being affected by it.
As per the ASDMA, till Saturday only 2569 people were affected by the floods across three districts.
Of the three districts, three revenue circles and 12 villages are still battling the floods. Two relief camps are still housing 76 inmates while all relief distribution centres have been closed.
There was no new death report in the state related to the floods.