Flood situation is getting worst in Assam day by day!
The flood situation in Assam remained grim on Friday as three deaths were reported and nearly 15 lakh people in 25 districts of the state still affected by the deluge which also inundated more than half of the Kaziranga National Park.
According to a report by Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), three persons have been killed in various flood-related incidents in Dhemaji, Dhubri and Nagaon districts.
Death toll is also rising everyday at extreme level-
With this, the total number of people who lost their lives in flood-related incidents this year has gone up to 86, including eight in Guwahati.Till Thursday, 17.43 lakh people were affected in the latest wave of flood in the state.
ASDMA said at present more than 14.97 lakh people have been affected by the flood in various districts, including Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Biswanath, Sonitpur, Darrang, Nalbari, Barpeta, Bongaigaon, Chirang, Kokrajhar, Dhubri, South Salmara, Goalpara, Morigaon and Nagaon.
Be it animals, humans, public property, everything is drowned in deep water!
At the Kaziranga National Park, 62 percent of the area is under water, leaving some animals dead and some moving to nearby highlands. Some animals were killed by speeding vehicles on the National Highway 37, which passes through the Park. ASDMA said 2,240 villages were under water at present and more than 79,000 hectares of crop areas inundated.
The worst affected was South Salmara, where over 3.07 lakh people have been affected by the deluge, followed by Morigaon with more than 2.23 lakh people being affected.In Guwahati also, water logging incidents have been reported, ASDMA said.
Authorities are running 363 relief camps and distribution centres in 19 districts, where 25,269 people have taken shelter.
The government has distributed 2,903.25 quintals of rice, 596.92 quintals of pulses, 366.25 quintals of salt and 472.52 litres of mustard oil among the flood victims since yesterday, ASDMA said.Across the state, 14,18,043 animals and poultry have been affected by the flood.