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30 villages in Dhemaji submerged by Jiadhal floods

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DHEMAJI, Aug 21 � Incessant rains for the last two days on the foothills of Arunachal Pradesh and in the plains today have caused flood once again in west Dhemaji area under Dhemaji revenue circle.

The floodwaters of Jiadhal have inundated nearly 30 villages in the area disconnecting several inner streets with the outer world, mainly submerging about two kilometres of the Lowmuri-Gohaingaon PWD road.

The inundated villages include mainly Kechukhana Chapari, Lowmuri, No. 2 Naruathan, Bothadoi, Dhobabari, Goyekhana, Ghuguha, Adarshagaon, Nepali Khuti, Changmaibari, Bordalapa, Naruathan, Kapahtoli Lakhtokia, Rotua, Mitha Amchapari etc.

As reported no relief materials have been supplied to the flood-affected families of the area by the district administration till filing of this report. The flood-hit people have demanded immediate relief.

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30 villages in Dhemaji submerged by Jiadhal floods

DHEMAJI, Aug 21 � Incessant rains for the last two days on the foothills of Arunachal Pradesh and in the plains today have caused flood once again in west Dhemaji area under Dhemaji revenue circle.

The floodwaters of Jiadhal have inundated nearly 30 villages in the area disconnecting several inner streets with the outer world, mainly submerging about two kilometres of the Lowmuri-Gohaingaon PWD road.

The inundated villages include mainly Kechukhana Chapari, Lowmuri, No. 2 Naruathan, Bothadoi, Dhobabari, Goyekhana, Ghuguha, Adarshagaon, Nepali Khuti, Changmaibari, Bordalapa, Naruathan, Kapahtoli Lakhtokia, Rotua, Mitha Amchapari etc.

As reported no relief materials have been supplied to the flood-affected families of the area by the district administration till filing of this report. The flood-hit people have demanded immediate relief.

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