Assam flood disasters still improve affected people and continue to worry about monsoon season

Assam flood disasters still improve affected people and continue to worry about monsoon season

Of particular concern about the problems that may be faced in the future before the monsoon season comes, some villages are in a dilemma of unexpected monsoon events.

Today, many villagers are deprived of household goods taken away by heavy floods. Villagers suffered great losses from previous flood spells. It rained all at once for quite a few days, causing some of my belongings to be badly washed away.

Fanidar Bora, a villager living in Gosaigaon, expressed sadness that the floods robbed the assets of a granary of paddy fields of about 2,600 kilometers. In addition, many rooms, including his kitchen, were destroyed by the flood, and the pond worth Rs 65,000 he developed was severely damaged. Bora then demanded that the Prime Minister of Assam help his family get out of the miserable cry.

After a catastrophic flood, a farmer named Depen Bora, who witnessed a similar problem, also stated that he was suffering from the pain of poverty from the Flood, as all household goods, including various rooms in the house, were damaged. He insisted that he needed a house. Encouraged him to stay in another villager’s residence.

As the monsoon season approaches, villagers are now afraid of possible flood waves. The last flood with severe landslides hit about Rs. 351,000 in Nagaon, of which more than 25 died in the area.