Assam Floods: Conditions improve, 2.28 million still affected Share Guwahati: Assam flooding continues to improve. As of Thursday, there were no deaths in the state while the total number affected fell to 2,28.545. The latest Assam State Disaster Management Authority data (ASDMA) shows that six of the affected districts have been reduced, including Cachar Chirang Dima-Hasao and Dima-Hasao. Check out these other articles: Assam: Golaghat court allows student arrested for writing ‘pro-ULFA poem’ to appear in exam 1.34.487 people out of 2.28 Million are Cachar residents, and Morigaon with 92.853. A total of 527 hectares remain submerged, in addition to the cropland. Check out these other articles: Assam: “Hargila Baideu” Purnima Devi Barman receives honorary doctorateSee alsoNews5 Link with a group belonging to al-Qaeda arrested in Assam: Cops Despite no additional casualties being reported, 193 deaths were confirmed. Further, the ASDMA states that 61 relief camps are currently operational in five districts and house 15,705 people.