SILAPATHAR, Aug 23 � The unprecedented rain in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam raised the water level of Jiadhal, Kumati, Gainadi, Simen, Dimow and Dhikari and Subansiri rivers and its tributaries of Brahmaputra in Dhemaji district. The rivers were flowing above the danger level since yesterday.
It has been reported that the unprecedented rise of Subansiri water and at upper Subansiri district head quarter Daporoji at 2 am on August 22 inundated Daporijo, Sippi, Menga, Dugi, Dumporijo and Kuprijo�s in Arunachal Pradesh in which more than 200 families were affected and livestock were damaged but water reduced by the afternoon.
The unprecedented rise water came down to the plain of Assam and affected thousands of villages of the district. The water level of Brahmaputra is rising very fast. Rescue operation has been launched in Sonargjat area near Rekhachapori breached site in the district.
The affected villagers are passing their days in a temporary shed on embankment since last 10 days. The government as well as other organisations is yet to provide any relief materials to the affected people, said a villager under Sissiborgaon circle. However, today the administration opened a new relief camp at Akajan Tribals Girl�s High School.