Flash floods flood 66 villages in the Rakinpur district

Flash floods flood 66 villages in the Rakinpur district

LAKHIMPUR: In addition to the rest of the state, constant rain continues in the Lakhimpur district. As a result, the area’s major rivers are flooding. Currently, the water levels of the mighty Brahmaputra, Subsunsiri, Kakoi Langanadi, Singala, Gabal, Dikrong, Pikara and Dropan are rising, and this year’s second wave of flash floods in the area totaled 66 revenues under Vipria. It hit the village. Kadam, North Rakinpur, Naoboicha, Suban Siri Revenue Circle (RC).

Flash floods are reported in 14 villages, namely Dermapur Block, 68/65 No. Grant, Meneha, No. 1 Dharmapur, Nadika, Torajuli, Pavo De-reserve. , Kherbari, BihpuriaTownW flooded. /n.2, Garmur under Bihpuria Gaon, Mornoi Gaon, Chichapathar, Bihpuriya RC.

Meanwhile, flash floods from the Kakoi and Subansiri rivers affected seven villages under Kadam RC, including Kadam Bagan, British Columbia. Na-Bhagania, Tengabasti, Kadamiyal Bangali, Ananda Sah Bagisa, Naharbari, No. 4Katori Chapori. In northern Rakinpur, RC floods caused by the Ranganadi River affected Ajagri, Amtra PGR, Bamungaya and Deobil, and floods on the Subansiri River flooded the First Hindu Gaon.

Meanwhile, floods caused by Singara and two other rivers affected a total of 38 villages under Naoboicha RC. They are-Ahomoni, Balijan, Baritika, Bamungaya, Baharalua, Bishnupur, Bokanoi, Boroma, Bolsaramili, Chengeriyan, Dejochapoli, Deoramara, Drohat, Golsiga, Goshani Bali, Haribadroni, Haripur, Cali, Klaville Block, Mahribagania, No. 1 Dejoo Pathar, No. 1 Pachnoi Ujani, No. 2 Borsala, No. 2 Gelahati, No. 2 Pachnoi Ujani, No. 2 Sonapur, No.1 Borsala. , No.1 Gelahati, Pandhowa, Phukandoloni, Puru Bali Basti, Lana Bali, Langa Pasar, Rhodon Bol Sala, Salmora, Singura, Tati Emora. Floods caused by Subansiri affected two villages, Hatiga and Lefa, North Carolina. Damage to various infrastructures has been reported from the affected villages.

Meanwhile, NEEPCO will travel from the Palais Hydropower Project (PHEP) in Doinuk, Arnachal Pradesh, via the Diklon River, and from the Ranganadi Hydropower Plant (RHEP) in Yazari, via the Ranganadi River. It is releasing additional water. With rising water levels in both rivers. At the time of submission of this report, PHEP Gate No. 2 was 2700 mm open and RHEP Gate No. 4 was 1200 mm open.

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