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  • The situation is worsening due to floods in Assam.

  • Alert has also been issued in Meghalaya

  • 1700 villages covered in water

New Delhi:

In Assam and Meghalaya, the situation is getting worse due to floods and rising water level of rivers.

So far 31 people have died due to floods, while 1700 villages have been submerged in water.

Due to continuous rains in both the states, there is a danger of landslides in many places.

At least 11 lakh people are affected by the floods in 22 districts of Assam.

According to a state government official, the water level of Brahmaputra and Gaurang rivers has crossed the danger mark in many areas.

In the flood-affected districts, more than 19782 hectares of agricultural land has been submerged in water.

According to the state government, 1510 villages are completely under water.

The worst condition of the flood is of Bajali district of Assam.

In view of the danger of flood, the local administration has issued an alert for the common people.

Local people have been instructed not to leave their homes unless there is an urgent need or medical emergency.

The capital Guwahati is also in bad condition due to floods.

Due to water logging in many places, people are forced to stay in their homes.

In Guwahati city too, landslides occurred at many places, in which three people have been reported to be seriously injured. 

According to the official, at least six trains have been canceled as well as four other trains partially canceled due to heavy rains and landslides in Rangiya area of ​​lower Assam.

At the same time, Meghalaya is also in bad condition due to floods.

The state government has formed four committees to take stock of the flood situation here.

All committees will work under the supervision of the cabinet minister.

National Highway 6 has been closed due to heavy rains.

The Meteorological Department has issued an alert for heavy to very heavy rains in the state.

Bollywood has extended a helping hand amidst the outcry caused by the floods in Assam.

Director Rohit Shetty and actor Arjun Kapoor have announced to give five lakh rupees to the CM fund.

CM Biswa has thanked both.