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Flood situation remains unchanged in Dhubri

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DHUBRI, July 18 - The overall flood situation in Dhubri district has remained unchanged, however, the water level of the Brahmaputra has started receding.

According to a report, the water level of the Brahmaputra was recorded at 30.36 metres on Wednesday night. Similarly, the water level of Gadadhar river is also receding gradually. Altogether 14 roads have been damaged by the current wave of flood. The total affected villages in the district stood at 724 with a population of 10.74 lakh.

Gauripur Correspondent adds: The flood situation in greater Gauripur area has remained unchanged. More and more areas of the Gauripur revenue village have been inundated by the overflowing water of Gadadhar river.

Several relief camps have been opened at Dihidarpara MV School, Matiabag LP & ME School, Beparipatty LP school, Bairagaon Rly line, PC Institution, Asharikandi Rly line and Darchauka. Over 700 affected people are taking shelter in these camps. Medical teams of Gauripur CHC have visited the camps and provided medicines to the people. Former MLA B K Mushahary visited some of the flood affected villages and assured the people to provide necessary help and relief materials.

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Flood situation remains unchanged in Dhubri

DHUBRI, July 18 - The overall flood situation in Dhubri district has remained unchanged, however, the water level of the Brahmaputra has started receding.

According to a report, the water level of the Brahmaputra was recorded at 30.36 metres on Wednesday night. Similarly, the water level of Gadadhar river is also receding gradually. Altogether 14 roads have been damaged by the current wave of flood. The total affected villages in the district stood at 724 with a population of 10.74 lakh.

Gauripur Correspondent adds: The flood situation in greater Gauripur area has remained unchanged. More and more areas of the Gauripur revenue village have been inundated by the overflowing water of Gadadhar river.

Several relief camps have been opened at Dihidarpara MV School, Matiabag LP & ME School, Beparipatty LP school, Bairagaon Rly line, PC Institution, Asharikandi Rly line and Darchauka. Over 700 affected people are taking shelter in these camps. Medical teams of Gauripur CHC have visited the camps and provided medicines to the people. Former MLA B K Mushahary visited some of the flood affected villages and assured the people to provide necessary help and relief materials.

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