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BARAMA, July 4 � Hagrama Mahilary, BTC chief along with local MLA of Barama, Maneswar Brahma visited the relief camp at Barama HS School and took stock of the situation of the relief camp.

Mahilary also visited the portion of breached dyke of Marapagaladia which caused an immense trouble to the villagers of Charanpara, Kaljar etc. He suggested the local MLA of Barama to do needful for the flood affected victims.

According to the report, as many as 370 people who left their homes due to flood are taking shelter in Barama H S School. As soon as the dyke of Marapagaladia river breached at Charanpara village near Barama, suddenly the overflowing flood water swallowed the entire places of the vast locality in the northern part of Barama. Finding no other way, they took shelter to save their lives.

Sources added the dwelling houses of some families was washed away in the torrential current of flooded water of river Marapagaladia. As many as 60 families of villages Charanpara and Kaljar lost their dwelling houses in the flood.

The leading citizens, local MLA Maneswar Brahma, ex-MLA Pani Ram Rava, NDFB(P), Sarania Kachari Development Council, local BPF committee are extending their help to the people in the relief camp set up at Barama. The district administration has also provided relief to the flood victims. But it is alleged, that the relief materials are not up to the mark. Arrangements of giving food to the babies have not yet been done till the filling of this report.

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BTC chief visits relief camp

BARAMA, July 4 � Hagrama Mahilary, BTC chief along with local MLA of Barama, Maneswar Brahma visited the relief camp at Barama HS School and took stock of the situation of the relief camp.

Mahilary also visited the portion of breached dyke of Marapagaladia which caused an immense trouble to the villagers of Charanpara, Kaljar etc. He suggested the local MLA of Barama to do needful for the flood affected victims.

According to the report, as many as 370 people who left their homes due to flood are taking shelter in Barama H S School. As soon as the dyke of Marapagaladia river breached at Charanpara village near Barama, suddenly the overflowing flood water swallowed the entire places of the vast locality in the northern part of Barama. Finding no other way, they took shelter to save their lives.

Sources added the dwelling houses of some families was washed away in the torrential current of flooded water of river Marapagaladia. As many as 60 families of villages Charanpara and Kaljar lost their dwelling houses in the flood.

The leading citizens, local MLA Maneswar Brahma, ex-MLA Pani Ram Rava, NDFB(P), Sarania Kachari Development Council, local BPF committee are extending their help to the people in the relief camp set up at Barama. The district administration has also provided relief to the flood victims. But it is alleged, that the relief materials are not up to the mark. Arrangements of giving food to the babies have not yet been done till the filling of this report.

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