ABSU urges Center to declare Assam flood as a national disaster
KOKRAJHAR: The constant rainfall throughout northeastern India over the past few days has affected thousands of people in the region. In this catastrophic situation, the All Board-Student Union (ABSU) has expressed concern about floods, landslides, erosion and damage to many bridges and other infrastructure.
During this crisis, ABSU President Depenboro called on the Government of India to declare the floods in Assam as a national disaster and to carry out emergency relief efforts in the state. In addition, ABSU has demanded sanctions on Rs from the Government of India. 20,000 rupees from Assam’s PM Relief Fund to rehabilitate flood-affected people and rebuild damaged infrastructure, roads, bridges, various river embankments, damaged schools and homes in the state.
In addition, ABSU has sent an emergency response team to the central government to help and rescue those affected by the constant water discharge from Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh, especially in the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR). Requested to be dispatched.
ABSU also gave Assam’s Prime Minister and Chief Executive Officer of the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) support at every stage needed for those affected, and all Assam ministers, Assam’s MLA, And requested the involvement of EM and MCLA of BTR. Visit areas affected by floods and erosion during devastation.