Assam: Cachar DC walks in the mud, inspects the flood-affected areas, and photos are infected with the virus
Netizens were affected when Keerthi Jalli, an officer of the Indian Administrative Services (IAS), was released online as he walked through the flood-affected areas of Assam’s Cachar district, and became a hot topic on social media platforms. He praised the Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary for contacting people.
She could be seen walking in a muddy area wearing a photo sari, which immediately grabbed the netizen’s eyeball. Photos and videos were initially shared on the district administration’s Facebook page.
Jari said he would like to visit the lowlands to assess the practical problems that are prevalent in the area. This can prove to help district administration and governments develop better action plans. future.
“The locals say they have faced the same problem for the last 50 years and thought they needed to go there to see the actual problem. The best time to do that is during the flood. “Keerthi Jalli said.
Locals said her visit happened to be the first example when the district deputy chief cabinet secretary was visiting their village. Villagers focus on the enormous suffering they experience each year due to the floods caused by the flooding of the Barak River.
The Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary said he would prioritize the protection of the village to reduce future damage.