Friday, July 14, 2017

Assam flood killed 45

he flood situation in Assam state of India has been severely deteriorated. Photo: Reuters

India's Assam state has suffered a severe deterioration in flood situation. So far 45 people have died.
According to the state government, 17 lakh 20 thousand people in 24 districts are affected by floods. Most of the rivers in the state including Brahmaputra, Barak, are on the vermin.
Assam's flood situation is alarming. Chief Minister Sarwananda Sonial said this in front of journalists in Guwahati after seeing the flood-hit areas on Thursday.
Not only Assamese, but also the flood situation in Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur in northeast India is alarming. The Indian government has constituted a special team led by Central Interior Ministry Kiran Rizjur, due to the bad situation in Northeast India. This team's work will be to help in relief and rescue operations in coordination with the state government.
On Wednesday, Kiran Rijju went to see the flood situation in Manipur He told reporters at Imphal, the situation was a terrible form in cloudburst. Manipur Chief Minister Biren Singh also accompanied him. Their allegation, despite the flood situation in northeast India, the Indian National Media is not exactly reporting the disaster. Initially, Manipur lost Rs 131 crore in floods, said Biren Singh.

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