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Over 20 villages in Raha submerged

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RAHA, Sept 28 � Flood waters of Borpani river entered the rural areas of Raha constituency and submerged more than 20 villages under Raha revenue circle.

The villages are Jarduba, Basbatamari, Sangajan, 1 No. Misamari, 2 No. Misamari, Barunguri, Falihamari, Rampur Basti, Garubandha and Choraijuria, besides several other adjoining villages.

Surprisingly, nothing as yet has been done in order to ameliorate the plight of the marooned people and facilitate transfer of the flood victims, nor was any relief activity witnessed by this correspondent while visiting the flood-affected areas on Saturday.

In many areas, surface communication was totally disrupted. As no relief activity has been initiated by the Government near the dykes, so the concerned people have started to fend for themselves. Standing crops, including rice, sugarcane and jute worth lakhs of rupees have been damaged, thus causing huge monetary loss to the farmers.

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Over 20 villages in Raha submerged

RAHA, Sept 28 � Flood waters of Borpani river entered the rural areas of Raha constituency and submerged more than 20 villages under Raha revenue circle.

The villages are Jarduba, Basbatamari, Sangajan, 1 No. Misamari, 2 No. Misamari, Barunguri, Falihamari, Rampur Basti, Garubandha and Choraijuria, besides several other adjoining villages.

Surprisingly, nothing as yet has been done in order to ameliorate the plight of the marooned people and facilitate transfer of the flood victims, nor was any relief activity witnessed by this correspondent while visiting the flood-affected areas on Saturday.

In many areas, surface communication was totally disrupted. As no relief activity has been initiated by the Government near the dykes, so the concerned people have started to fend for themselves. Standing crops, including rice, sugarcane and jute worth lakhs of rupees have been damaged, thus causing huge monetary loss to the farmers.