Assam Flood: Cachar district crawls back to normal

Assam Flood: Cachar district crawls back to normal

As the rain subsides and the weather conditions improve, the town of Silchar has already intensified its attacks on malicious traders allegedly involved in hiking, so the town of Silchar has fish, vegetables and all other necessities. I was seen buying at regular prices. As for the prices of vegetables and necessities in various parts of the Cachar area, the Cachar area’s government and line departments are making ongoing efforts to restore ground transportation, electricity and water services.

According to the latest report received from the district’s disaster management authorities on Monday, 294 relief camps set up in various parts of the Kacha district are essential for inmates who have lost their homes due to catastrophic floods. It was promoted by the service. The Cachar administration has made the restoration of all Cachar roads connecting the neighborhood and Guwahati a top priority.

Meanwhile, power supplies have been partially restored, and PHE staff and APDCL are now on-site to repair and restore power to repair steel barges and transformers that were severely damaged by Sadder Gut.

Meanwhile, river levels in the Cachar area fell below the danger level of Annapurna Ghat at 7 am on Monday, but the area is still flooded with 98,128 people at Rs 10,000.

According to a statement from a person in the food and private supply sector, 571 kintals of rice, 146 kintals of beans, 52 kintals of salt and 2234 liters of cooking oil were distributed as materials for 294 relief camps in the district.

As reported, 33,462 flood-affected victims under the Katigora Income Circle, 1894 under the Sirchar Sadder, 10,309 under the Sonai Circle, 43 under the Uderband Circle in the Kacha district. There are people. Animal feed was also distributed as food at various locations throughout the district on the day. Locations are Ashram Road, Jartara, Chechari, Nijijoyagar, Kumarparabinnakandi, Captanpur, South Krishnapur, Damelia, Natunramnagar, Satkarakandi. As the flood situation improved, the locks were also made operational by the Department of Water Resources, the press release said.