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The flood situation in Assam is severe, affecting more than Rs 310,000 in 26 districts.

The flood situation in Assam has worsened, affecting more than 310,000 people and killing 12 people in the last 24 hours. Many parts of Cachar’s Silchar town remained underwater on Thursday for more than 11 days, officials said.

The death toll from floods and landslides this year has increased to 151.

The number of affected populations increased from 24.92 Rak the day before to 31.54 Rak in 26 districts.

Brahmaputra in many places, including Beki, Kopili, Barak and Kushiyara, flowed above dangerous levels, while most other rivers showed a retreat trend.

Prime Minister Himanta Biswa Salma held a virtual meeting with the Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary on Thursday, calling for relief and immediate rehabilitation of the affected people.

He also instructed the affected people to quickly assess the damage caused by the floods so that appropriate compensation would be paid.