TE24 International Desk:
The flood situation in Assam and Meghalaya in India has deteriorated, the water level of major rivers has risen drastically and 31 people have lost their lives. Landslides have occurred in many parts of the two states due to incessant rains, NDTV reported.
As many as 1.9 million people in 28 areas of Assam have been affected by the floods and the newly created Bajali region has been the worst hit. The water level of Brahmaputra and Gouranga streams is flowing above the danger level in many areas, authorities said. At least 12 people have been killed in two days of flash floods in Assam. The Meghalaya administration has reported 19 deaths in the last two days.
The organizations of flood-impacted locale have given cautions, encouraging individuals not to leave their homes except if it is earnest or there is a health related crisis.
Most pieces of capital Guwahati has ground to a halt due to waterlogging for the third back to back day. A few avalanches have likewise been accounted for in Guwahati city with three people getting harmed in Ajantanagar in the Noonmati region.
In Baksa locale, a piece of a scaffold fell in Subankhata region on Wednesday because of ceaseless precipitation and ascend in water level of Dihing stream.
Somewhere around six trains have been dropped, and four somewhat dropped following waterlogging on the tracks among Nalbari and Ghograpar of the Rangiya division in Lower Assam, as per an authority.
Bollywood entertainer Arjun Kapoor and chief Rohit Shetty have contributed ₹ 5 lakhs to the CM Relief Fund for the flood-impacted individuals in the state, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma tweeted, saying thanks to them for their demonstration of liberality.
In Meghalaya, the state government has framed four advisory groups to investigate four districts of the state. Every board headed by a bureau serve. The National expressway 6 is shut for weighty traffic after pieces of the roadway collapsed and was washed away. The expressway is the help of Tripura, southern Assam, Mizoram and portions of Meghalaya.
Both Assam and Meghalaya got 272mm overabundance precipitation than typical till Wednesday. The climate office has expanded the high alert in the two states till this end of the week.
Only two days in the wake of keep 811.6 mm of precipitation in a day, Cherrapunji in Meghalaya got a plentiful 972 mm of precipitation in 24 hours finishing 8.30 am on Friday, the most elevated in June beginning around 1995 and the third most noteworthy in 122 years.
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