Assam Flood Himanta Biswa Sharma

Assam CM Himanta Sarma talks of his involvement in the Maharashtra coup

With 40 lakh people in 34 districts affected by the flood in Assam, Cachar district is among the most adversely affected areas.

The Chief Minister of Assam has brushed off accusations that he is aiding a coup against the chief minister of Maharashtra. His priority is with the people of Assam, not the rebellious MLAs in Guwahati.

Local people are happy with the government because the Governor is present to supervise relief efforts every day, according to Mr. Rajen Sarma.

During his second visit to Silchar, PM Modi vowed to restore electricity and reduce the swelling of the Barak river.

The flood situation in Assam worsened Sunday affecting over 40 lakh people. Silchar is among the worst-affected areas.

There are 2.33 lakh people in relief camps for flood-affected northeastern state

After several devastating floods, near 40 rebels from Uddhav Thackeray’s party are staying at a five-star hotel in Guwahati.

Bibarud reports that a young MP, known to be close to Sarma, is in touch with rebels. The BJP denies the operation.

Three Assam BJP ministers have taken charge of the Guwahati hotel.

When asked about the MLAs in his state, Sarma was happy. The MLAs were helping promote tourism in Assam.

Assam’s economy is being developed because of tourists coming to the country, which will grow the economy.

The Chief Minister of Assam is refusing to shut down hotels in Guwahati because it would seem like he wants people to not stay in the city. He said, “If you decide come and stay at a hotel in Guwahati for 10 days, should I tell you not do so?”