Assam Flood: Cachar Strengthens Post-Flood Relief Measures

Assam Flood: Cachar Strengthens Post-Flood Relief Measures

The PWD Road Authority has already connected the (temporary) Jarer Talala Niferi Road to Jarre Tara’s IOCL bottling plant under the TRD in the Borhora and Katigora regions to facilitate the movement of LPG tankers within the district. It should be mentioned that it is recovering.

On Friday, the district veterinary department distributed cattle feed at Harina Gargaon Panchayat.

Relief supplies were immediately sent to Sashanga Ashram Road on Saturday after a call from a former Assam civil servant, about 75-year-old father Pranab Das, who was stranded alone at his home on Sashanga Ashram Road. It was delivered.

To check and manage illegal price increases in the district, the district administration has closed several stores in Ambicapatty in the NS Avenue Rangirkhari area of ​​Silchar to charge soaring prices on the day.

Meanwhile, in an exemplary initiative, Silchar’s three children, Hitachi Jain, Ritisha Kumat, and Divyangshi Kumat, handed DC Jalli 1100 rupees from a piggy bank for the flood-affected Cachar people on Saturday.

Meanwhile, APDCL has restored 1823 distribution transformers in both urban and rural areas of Cachar, but the 387 transformers are not yet charged. In urban areas, 99%, power supply has already been restored.