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NAGAON, June 18 - Flood situation in Nagaon district has remained unchanged till now. About 20 villages of Kampur revenue circle were affected in the recent flood. Floodwater of Barpani and Kapili rivers inundated a number of villages, namely, Bakulguri, Puthimari, Patyapam, Padumani, Marisuti, Longjap, Kheroni, Lutumari and large areas of Garubat mouza, where according to a preliminary report, 500 families have been affected.

Kampur-Hojai and Kampur-Bakulguri-Karbi Anglong connecting roads have been affected severely during the flood.

Floodwaters have inundated large areas of Jamunamukh in Hojai district. The Nisari and Barpani rivers have overflown villages like Tetelisara Grant, Plasa, Teliaati, Bengena Ati, Mahani Ati and others. Large areas of cultivable lands have been destroyed by floodwaters.

The affected people have taken shelter on the nearest highlands, schools etc. Affected people have alleged that their local MLA Abdur Rahim Ajmal has not visited the affected areas till now.

Doboka Revenue Circle officer Anushua Sarma informed that since the water levels were receding now, the administration has started sprinkling bleaching powder to fight against post-flood epidemics.

Floodwaters of river Kapili have affected Uttar Laskar Pathar, Dakhin Laskar Pathar, Tenga Basti Darji Sheet, Kapili Par and other villages of Lanka area in Hojai district where more than 700 families have been affected. One Subhash Chouhan (50) died when he had gone to collect grass for his domesticated animals.

More than 30 families of Bhalukmari area of Lanka also have been affected in the recent flood.

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Flood scene remains unchanged in Nagaon dist

NAGAON, June 18 - Flood situation in Nagaon district has remained unchanged till now. About 20 villages of Kampur revenue circle were affected in the recent flood. Floodwater of Barpani and Kapili rivers inundated a number of villages, namely, Bakulguri, Puthimari, Patyapam, Padumani, Marisuti, Longjap, Kheroni, Lutumari and large areas of Garubat mouza, where according to a preliminary report, 500 families have been affected.

Kampur-Hojai and Kampur-Bakulguri-Karbi Anglong connecting roads have been affected severely during the flood.

Floodwaters have inundated large areas of Jamunamukh in Hojai district. The Nisari and Barpani rivers have overflown villages like Tetelisara Grant, Plasa, Teliaati, Bengena Ati, Mahani Ati and others. Large areas of cultivable lands have been destroyed by floodwaters.

The affected people have taken shelter on the nearest highlands, schools etc. Affected people have alleged that their local MLA Abdur Rahim Ajmal has not visited the affected areas till now.

Doboka Revenue Circle officer Anushua Sarma informed that since the water levels were receding now, the administration has started sprinkling bleaching powder to fight against post-flood epidemics.

Floodwaters of river Kapili have affected Uttar Laskar Pathar, Dakhin Laskar Pathar, Tenga Basti Darji Sheet, Kapili Par and other villages of Lanka area in Hojai district where more than 700 families have been affected. One Subhash Chouhan (50) died when he had gone to collect grass for his domesticated animals.

More than 30 families of Bhalukmari area of Lanka also have been affected in the recent flood.

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