Guwahati, Oct 26: The situation in Assam maintains to remain grim on Tuesday as almost 1,100 people of 83 villages have been affected by the deluge caused by the cyclonic storm ‘Sitrang’.
Several homes have been broken because of Cyclone Sitrang which brought on heavy rainfall and a hurricane in Assam.
According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority, 1,146 people had been laid low by the storm.
Sitrang has broken 325.501 Hect of crops, according to the officials.
Numerous bushes and electric-powered poles have been additionally uprooted in diverse elements of the Nagaon district of the nation because of the cyclonic hurricane on Monday night.
As in keeping with reports, numerous homes withinside the Kaliabor, Bamuni, Sakmuthia tea estate, and Boraligaon regions of the relevant Assam district had been broken because of the storm.
No casualties because of the storm had been suggested to date withinside the area.
“Several homes have been broken and plenty of bushes uprooted withinside the hurricane in our Kaliabor area. As a central authority village headman, I even have visited the complete village and I will put up the harm record to our Circle Officer,” stated the village headman.
Meanwhile, the tides have hit the coast of Bakkhali seashore in South 24 Parganas in West Bengal amid the cyclone ‘Sitrang’ alert.
The Civil defence is alerting the vacationers and locals now no longer to undertake close to the sea.
Notably, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday knowledgeable that the remnant of the cyclonic hurricane “Sitrang” which created deep despair over Bangladesh has in addition weakened right into despair over northeast Bangladesh, north-northeast of Agartala and south-southwest of Shillong.
Earlier on Monday, a pink alert indicating heavy to very heavy and extraordinarily heavy rainfall below the effect of Cyclone Sitrang became issued for Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, and Tripura.
Widespread rainfall observed via way of means of thunderstorms, lightning, and heavy to very heavy and extraordinarily heavy rain at remoted locations is probably to arise over Tripura on Monday and Tuesday, stated the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Monday.