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Flood threatens Tinsukia

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TINSUKIA, Aug 30 - Due to incessant rains for the last couple of days, the water levels of the rivers namely, the Brahmaputra, Dibru, Na-Dehing, Buri Dehing, Doomdooma, Dhola, etc., have risen dangerously inundating many areas in Tinsukia district.

In Tinsukia Revenue Circle, Guijan, Rangagora, Natun Gaon, etc., are under flood water. Similarly, under Doomdooma Revenue Circle, several villages of Na Bormura, Saikhowa, Dangori are affected by the flood. Four wards of Doomdooma town are also under flood water of Doomdooma river and six relief camps have been set up in the town. Rainwater has also submerged many areas of Tinsukia town creating a flood-like situation.

The Brahmaputra river is flowing just under the danger level at Dhola and Dibrugarh, whereas the water level of Buri Dehing at Margherita is stated to be above the danger level, and if rains continue then the situation will be very grave.

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Flood threatens Tinsukia

TINSUKIA, Aug 30 - Due to incessant rains for the last couple of days, the water levels of the rivers namely, the Brahmaputra, Dibru, Na-Dehing, Buri Dehing, Doomdooma, Dhola, etc., have risen dangerously inundating many areas in Tinsukia district.

In Tinsukia Revenue Circle, Guijan, Rangagora, Natun Gaon, etc., are under flood water. Similarly, under Doomdooma Revenue Circle, several villages of Na Bormura, Saikhowa, Dangori are affected by the flood. Four wards of Doomdooma town are also under flood water of Doomdooma river and six relief camps have been set up in the town. Rainwater has also submerged many areas of Tinsukia town creating a flood-like situation.

The Brahmaputra river is flowing just under the danger level at Dhola and Dibrugarh, whereas the water level of Buri Dehing at Margherita is stated to be above the danger level, and if rains continue then the situation will be very grave.

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