Unabated rains have induced a flood-like state of affairs in a number of districts of Assam. Rains have led to flooding in a number of low-lying areas. Brahmaputra river was flowing above its regular level whereas a number of different tributaries and stream have been overflowing inflicting flood in catchment areas.
The flood state of affairs in Assam’s Tinsukia district was the grimmest. Rising water submerged a number of roads in the district whereas the city of DumDuma was the worst-hit. Monsoon rains have taken no breather. Mati Shankar Dev Nagar in DumDuma was submerged underwater, forcing folks to go away for increased areas.
Locals residents have been seen wading by means of waist-high waters together with their belongings and cattle. Over 45,000 folks have already been compelled out of their houses attributable to rising water ranges. Locals additionally made boats from banana tree to flee the rising water level.
Dhemaji, Jorhat, Majuli, Sivasagar, Tinsukia and Dibrugarh are worst affected districts. The Indian Met Department (IMD) has predicted one other spell of heavy rain in Tinuskia and Dibrugarh districts and reasonable rainfall in complete Assam and adjoining area.
Flood state of affairs in Assam continues to stay grim. Several low-lying areas in Tinsukia have been seen submerged as monsoon rains proceed unabated . Via Anupam Mishra and Vijay Sharma for @indiatvnews#Assam #Floods #MonsoonRains pic.twitter.com/iCONJJqMOB
— Himanshu Shekhar (@HimaanshuS) June 25, 2020
(Inputs by Vijay Sharma in Tinsukia, Assam)