December 8, 2022
Total death rises to 131

Total death rises to 131

Total death rises to 131 in Assam-Meghalaya floods

Although the flood situation in the Indian state of Assam  improved somewhat, more than 2.5 million people still stranded.

The death toll from the ongoing floods in the state risen to 131 as

several bodies  recovered on Saturday (June 25th).

Authorities say more than 5 million people have displaced  the floods and taken to road and shelter camps.

Several districts in the Indian state of Assam are still under flood waters. Numerous houses have  submerged.

Ordinary people are in crisis of food and clean water.

However, due to less rain than in the last few days, water has started flowing from many places.

Banavasi people are not able to return to their address as they are drowning at home.

The number of bodies is increasing day by day in the state. Rescuers also recovered several bodies on Saturday (June 25th).

Authorities say thousands of domestic animals have died in the floods.

There have been various diseases. The country’s army and air force have continued to rescue overflow victims.

With the depletion of water, various water borne diseases have increased.

Outbreaks appear to exacerbated during diarrhea.

Many people are suffering from malnutrition due to lack of food. Sick patients are not able to take treatment.

More than 5 million people have  displaced by the ongoing floods,

according to the country’s disaster management department. Of these,

about 4 million people have taken shelter in the shelter camp. The rest have been on the streets.

It  even mentioned that the water level in Assam is slowly receding due to floods in Sylhet division of Bangladesh.🔱

Over 4.7 million individuals  at present impacted flooding across Assam.

A sum of 231,819 individuals who escaped their homes to get away from

the rising waters are presently residing in 1,425 help camps, as per the state government.

The rising waters have arrived at public parks and natural life asylums in the state and till Monday morning,

18% of the complete region of the Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve (KNPTR) lowered.