16 Lakh people affected with flood. The number is rising and when the pandemic is climbing. The attacking yearly floods have asserted a sum of 107 carries on with so far in Assam. Despite the problem Assam floods is getting bigger and bigger. An aggregate of 21 regions are reeling under floodwaters, as per the Assam State Disaster Management Authority. A sum of 16,54,984 individuals and 92,899 hectares of cropland across 1536 towns have been influenced by the flood. So far 6,56,963 major creatures, 3,53,636 little creatures and 8,07,320 poultry are likewise influenced.
A few waterways remembering the powerful Brahmaputra for various pieces of Assam are streaming above threat level, causing floods and therefore leaving a huge number of families destitute. The Brahmaputra is streaming over the threat level at Neematighat in Jorhat and Dhubri. Jia Dharali at NT Road Crossing and Kopili at Nagaon and Dhansiri at Numaligarh.
According to the most recent information, the flood-influenced areas are Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Biswanath, Sonitpur, Darrang, Baksa, Nalbari, Barpeta, Chirang, Bongaigaon, Kokrajhar, Dhubri, South Salmara, Goalpara, Kamrup, Kamrup (M), Morigaon, Nagaon, Golaghat, Jorhat, Majuli, Sivasagar, Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, Karbi-Anglong and Cachar. An aggregate of 321 help camps have been introduced. In the help camps, there are so far 37,012 individuals.
In the mean time, the Kaziranga National park in Assam is severely influenced with 65% territory lowered and as indicated by Forest division report, an aggregate of 142 creatures have kicked the bucket in this flood season and 163 creature have been protected. 79 creatures have kicked the bucket from suffocating, 19 have passed on from vehicle hits and 17 passed on under treatment.
There are spots of disintegration at Sorai Chapori (Na-mati, Naromori, Dolijolia) under Dakhin Ahataguri GP, Bilotia, Huttar and Rioti under Ahataguri GP and Kartik Chapori under Kamalabari GP in Assam.
The influenced regions are Sonitpur, Dibrugarh, Barpeta, Majuli, Lakhimpur, Udalguri, Nalbari, Chirang, Biswanath, Baksa, South Salmara, Sivasagar, Tinsukia, Golaghat, Charaideo, Kokrajhar, Bongaigaon, Nagaon. The Brahmaputra and its tributaries have disintegrated away more than 427,000 (4.27 lakh) hectares of land since 1950 which is almost 8,000 ha.