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BONGAIGAON, July 21 - The Bongaigaon district administration has provided financial assistance to 110 families of the district who have lost their houses and belongings due to river bank erosion during the current wave of floods.

A sum of Rs 3,800 to each one of these 110 families, out of which Rs 1,800 is meant for purchasing necessary clothes and Rs 2,000 for utensils has been provided as per the Assam Disaster Management Manual and as per the instruction of the Government of Assam.

As the water level has receded in most of the flood-affected areas of the district, assessment of loss and damage of embankments, roads, bridges and other infrastructure is going on in full swing.

Deputy Commissioner Adil Khan had visited the flood-affected embankment of river Aie that falls under Bhandara Gaon Panchayat and directed the concerned engineers of PWD and Water Resource Department to initiate immediate measures for temporary restoration of the embankment.

He also monitored the damaged areas under the Railway bridge lying over river Aie and directed all line departments to complete the infrastructure damage assessment report immediately in order to initiate the necessary process of restoration as soon as possible.

At present, 9 relief camps are operational at Boitamari and necessary gratuity relief items are being provided to the existing flood-affected families under its jurisdiction.

Altogether, 25 district medical teams have been providing aid and treatment to the stranded people.

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Bongaigaon flood-hit people provided financial assistance

BONGAIGAON, July 21 - The Bongaigaon district administration has provided financial assistance to 110 families of the district who have lost their houses and belongings due to river bank erosion during the current wave of floods.

A sum of Rs 3,800 to each one of these 110 families, out of which Rs 1,800 is meant for purchasing necessary clothes and Rs 2,000 for utensils has been provided as per the Assam Disaster Management Manual and as per the instruction of the Government of Assam.

As the water level has receded in most of the flood-affected areas of the district, assessment of loss and damage of embankments, roads, bridges and other infrastructure is going on in full swing.

Deputy Commissioner Adil Khan had visited the flood-affected embankment of river Aie that falls under Bhandara Gaon Panchayat and directed the concerned engineers of PWD and Water Resource Department to initiate immediate measures for temporary restoration of the embankment.

He also monitored the damaged areas under the Railway bridge lying over river Aie and directed all line departments to complete the infrastructure damage assessment report immediately in order to initiate the necessary process of restoration as soon as possible.

At present, 9 relief camps are operational at Boitamari and necessary gratuity relief items are being provided to the existing flood-affected families under its jurisdiction.

Altogether, 25 district medical teams have been providing aid and treatment to the stranded people.

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