Indian Army begins flood relief operations in southern Assam

Indian Army begins flood relief operations in southern Assam

Tezpur: The Red Horn Division of the Gajuraji Corps began flood relief operations on June 16 in collaboration with civilian administration. After heavy rains across Assam, six combined teams from the Red Horn Division of the Gajraj Corps were swiftly launched in collaboration with local government. Relief and relief operations will be carried out in the flood-affected areas of Baxa, Nalbari, Bajari, Daran, Tamulpur and Kamlap. Pillars were mobilized at the request of the local government. The column also includes rescue and rescue engineers and medical staff.

In the Narbari district, a waiting line of Indian troops soon arrived in Sathikuchi village and rescued 105 stranded locals. At the same time, another column in the Red Horn division helped the locals by helping out at Damdama in the Baksa district. Rescue and rescue operations are underway in six districts, according to a press release issued by Lieutenant Colonel AS Walia of Tezpur.

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