Assam Floods: Jiadhol River creates havoc in Dhemaji

Assam Floods: Jiadhol River creates havoc in Dhemaji

LAKHIMPUR: Jiadhol River, which is termed because the ‘Sorrow of Dhemaji’ has created havoc with large flood. As a consequence of torrential rains in Arunachal Pradesh and North Assam on Saturday evening, the river began to overflow all of a sudden and inundated a number of riverine villages underneath the district on Sunday. Kumatiya River can also be in spade.

Huge flash flood brought on by each rivers has critically hit Dihiri Gaon, Sapori Gaon, Dihiri Kachari and Dihiri Lepong Gaon as per report. The flash flood has affected greater than 200 households. A number of households of the affected villages have saved their life by climbing on bushes and taking shelter on the roof of their homes. The SDRF evacuated a number of households from the havoc. At current, a complete of 188 households have taken shelter within the flood reduction camp arrange at Swarnapeeth HS College. However, 45 households have taken shelter within the flood reduction camp arrange at Lalukijan.

Flood has paused large risk to the existence of the bridge over Jiadhol River alongside NH-15 at Somorajan On account of it, Dhemaji district administration prohibited the plying of autos alongside the bridge, on account of which the folks of the native district and different districts together with folks of Arunachal Pradesh should journey by the Ghilamora-Gogamukh connecting street by struggling loads.

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