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State flood situation improves

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GUWAHATI, June 2 - Even though the flood situation in the State showed further signs of improvement on Tuesday, around 1,55,850 people in three districts � Goalpara, Nagaon, Hojai � are still reeling under waters.

The daily flood report of the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said Goalpara is the worst hit with 88 villages/ localities under water affecting 1,18,546 people. In Nagaon, 8,670 people were affected in 93 villages and in Hojai 28,634 people were affected in 38 villages.

Among the flood affected, a total of 6,122 people are taking shelter in 40 relief camps across the districts.

Floodwaters have submerged 11,987 hectares of crop land in Goalpara, 5,754 hectares in Nagaon and 6,572 hectares in Hojai district. In past 24 hour, flood damaged an embankment and a number of roads in Karimganj district. Incidents of road damage have also been reported from Barpeta district.

Moroever, flood-triggered erosion was reported from Dibrugarh and Biswanth districts. Incidents of urban flood were also reported in Cachar district.

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State flood situation improves

GUWAHATI, June 2 - Even though the flood situation in the State showed further signs of improvement on Tuesday, around 1,55,850 people in three districts � Goalpara, Nagaon, Hojai � are still reeling under waters.

The daily flood report of the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said Goalpara is the worst hit with 88 villages/ localities under water affecting 1,18,546 people. In Nagaon, 8,670 people were affected in 93 villages and in Hojai 28,634 people were affected in 38 villages.

Among the flood affected, a total of 6,122 people are taking shelter in 40 relief camps across the districts.

Floodwaters have submerged 11,987 hectares of crop land in Goalpara, 5,754 hectares in Nagaon and 6,572 hectares in Hojai district. In past 24 hour, flood damaged an embankment and a number of roads in Karimganj district. Incidents of road damage have also been reported from Barpeta district.

Moroever, flood-triggered erosion was reported from Dibrugarh and Biswanth districts. Incidents of urban flood were also reported in Cachar district.

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