Daily reports that there are 36,072 residents sheltering in relief camps across the district. There are 3,442 people living in Katigorah’s 30 relief camps and 32,197 others in Silchar. 433 are staying in 9 Lakhipur relief centers.
In Silchar, the garbage collection continued as usual in all municipal wards. Silchar Municipal Board, executive magistrates and Silchar Municipal Board arranged the collection of garbage from Gopinath Point to Chandicharan Road, Das Colony, Lucky Filter Point.
According to reports, there are no congestion issues and the vehicles run smoothly. There will be maintenance from time-to-time and operations to prevent flooding were performed under Salchapara ICDS on Saturday. Retd Army soldiers Ranjit Das and Ramesh Das were both differently-abled people who requested that the district administration give them a tricycle to help with their daily tasks. Cachar administration responded to the requests and sent the DDRC Team to Ranjit Das’s house. They also initiated the process for Dibang Pension, disability certificate and Dibang Pension. According to a press release, the Silchar GCC College relief camp has also been made mobile and now provides night shift medical services.
Assam Floods – Rs 30.75 Crre released in gratuitous aid for flood-affected persons