The flood waters continued to recede in Assam on Tuesday, even because the deluge claimed one other life, elevating the variety of deaths to 39, whereas affecting almost two lakh folks in 13 districts, the State Catastrophe Administration Authority (ASDMA) mentioned.
One particular person died in Dhemaji district, taking the variety of deaths as a consequence of flood and landslides to 63 throughout the state. A complete of 39 folks had been killed by floods whereas 24 died as a consequence of landslides, based on the ASDMA.
From 15 districts the place almost 4 lakh folks had been affected on Monday, an ASDMA bulletin mentioned, the flood waters ebbed from Kokrajhar, Dhubri and Kamrup, however entered Lakhimpur at the same time as Dhemaji, Sivasagar, Biswanath, Chirang, Nalbari, Barpeta, Goalpara, Morigaon, Nagaon, Golaghat, Jorhat and Tinsukia districts remained inundated.
Altogether 19,886 hectares agricultural land with standing crops are beneath the swirling waters in 9 districts.
Barpeta is the district worst hit by the flood with round 1.95 lakh folks struggling, adopted by Goalpara with nearly 29,000 folks being hit, Dhemaji affecting over 15,000 and Morigaon with over 10,000, the bulletin mentioned.
Within the 33 reduction camps and distribution centres operated by the administration throughout 5 districts, the ASDMA mentioned, 1673 persons are taking shelter at the moment with gratuitous reduction supplies comparable to rice, dal, salt and mustard oil.
Different reduction supplies comparable to tarpaulin, milk, potato, candle, ingesting water, match field, biscuit, wheat bran, face masks and cleaning soap are additionally distributed amongst them.
The Brahmaputra is flowing above the hazard mark at Neamatighat in Jorhat and Dhubri city, whereas its tributaries Disang at Nanglamuraghat in Sivasagar, Jia Bharali at NT Highway Crossing in Sonitpur and Kopili at Dhansiri at Numaligarh in Golaghat.
The floods have broken embankments, roads and plenty of different infrastructure at numerous locations in Dhemaji, Barpeta, Kokrajhar, Karbi Anglong, Dhemaji and Charaideo districts, the ASDMA mentioned.
Large erosions have been witnessed at completely different locations of Bongaigaon, Sonitpur and Udalguri districts, it added.
Within the Kaziranga Nationwide Park, house to one-horn Indian rhinos, floods have claimed lives of 47 animals.