The flood circumstance in north Assam’s Dhemaji region keeps on being dismal as flooding water of the streams lowered new provincial zones in Dhemaji, Sissiborgaon and Jonai income hovers on Wednesday.
The waterways and surges of the region are growing because of overnight substantial deluge in upper ranges of Arunachal Pradesh slopes locales and made flood destruction in the riverine towns of the area.
According to ground report accumulated by the hover officials, more than 60,000 populaces of 151 towns are reeling under flood in the area.
The blaze flood influenced 47,000 populaces of 101 towns in Jonai circle which is more regrettable influenced till Wednesday evening.
Water Resource division sources said the water level of the streams is on rise and it may expand the quantity of influenced individuals till Thursday.
The flood has penetrated numerous country streets, dykes and banks other than falling immense zones of wet development in the influenced zones, which is yet to be surveyed.
The area organization has set up three help camps-two at Dhemaji and one at Jonai circle and conveying food and other alleviation materials among the flood hit.
Flooding water of Jiyadhal in Dhemaji circle has made flood wrath at Jiyadhal, Samarajan and Pachim Dhemaji zone, while Gainadi water entered through penetrated dykes overflowed Sripani and Moridhal towns on its correct bank under Sissioborgaon circle.
Similarly, flooding water of Lali, Sille and Jonai waterway immersed numerous towns under Bahir-Silley, Bahir-Jonai and Rayang-Bijoypur panchayats.
Expanding Siang and Lali waterways lowered each of the four pieces of Kobuchapori island fall under Jonai sub-division.