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Flood hits Chirang district

By Correspondent

BONGAIGAON, July 9 � Flood has hit Chirang district affecting 20 villages and has displaced more than 10,704 people during the last few days.

The flood water has eroded 904.16 hectare of agricultural land and has damaged 12 houses in the district. One RCC bridge was damaged at Deushree due to erosion. Three relief camps were set up to shelter 1481 flood victims at Sidli in the district. Relief materials � rice- 88.80 kg, dal-16.5 kg and salt-5.142 kg were distributed among the flood victims in the district.

Furnishing all these updates the Chirang district administration informed that in the evening hour water of major rivers were flowing under the danger level.

On the other hand North Salmara sub-division in Bongaigaon district is likely to receive 104 mm and 84 mm rainfall on Wednesday and Thursday respectively as per forecast made by the State Meteorological Department, informs Subdivisional Officer Bibhas Modi. He also said that he official visited 16 villages in the sub-division today to access the flood scenario. The SDO further said that if heavy rains persist for two days more then relief arrangement would be required in the sub-division.

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Flood hits Chirang district

BONGAIGAON, July 9 � Flood has hit Chirang district affecting 20 villages and has displaced more than 10,704 people during the last few days.

The flood water has eroded 904.16 hectare of agricultural land and has damaged 12 houses in the district. One RCC bridge was damaged at Deushree due to erosion. Three relief camps were set up to shelter 1481 flood victims at Sidli in the district. Relief materials � rice- 88.80 kg, dal-16.5 kg and salt-5.142 kg were distributed among the flood victims in the district.

Furnishing all these updates the Chirang district administration informed that in the evening hour water of major rivers were flowing under the danger level.

On the other hand North Salmara sub-division in Bongaigaon district is likely to receive 104 mm and 84 mm rainfall on Wednesday and Thursday respectively as per forecast made by the State Meteorological Department, informs Subdivisional Officer Bibhas Modi. He also said that he official visited 16 villages in the sub-division today to access the flood scenario. The SDO further said that if heavy rains persist for two days more then relief arrangement would be required in the sub-division.

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