The Assam State Disaster Management Agency (ASDMA) issued a daily bulletin according to which around 2,25,501 people of the state are affected.
Increase in heavy rainfall in the upper reaches in Arunachal Pradesh has led to the rise in the water level of the Brahmaputra which eventually led to the flood. The situation was deteriorating rapidly while Brahmaputra and its tributaries had engulfed 15 districts.
Till now as per reports, there have been no loss of human or animal life. The flood is
triggered by continuous heavy rainfall.
Districts like Baksa, Barpeta, Biswanath, Bongaigaon, Chirang, Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Golaghat, Jorhat, Lakhimpur, Majuli, Morigaon, Sivasagar, Sonitpur and Tinsukia are under the natural disaster.
Authorities said that the rivers are flowing above the danger mark in several places and are continuously maintaining a rising trend.
Medical teams have been deployed and people are evaluated by boats. People are evacuated in time as they have taken shelter in relief camps and centers are set up to fight any arising problems.