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Assam Flood Disaster Improving Yet Affected Ones Stay Worried of Monsoon Season

As the monsoon season is approaching, villagers are now in a fearful state of the possibility of another wave of flood.

Assam Flood Disaster Improving Yet Affected Ones Stay Worried of Monsoon Season

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  24 May 2022 12:29 PM GMT

Guwahati: The severe situation caused by the Assam flood has now been improving and the water level in many areas of the state has lessened but a number of villagers are still in a worrying state.

Notably concerned about the problems they may face in future before the forthcoming monsoon season several villages are in the dilemma of any unforeseen events due to the monsoon.

Numerous villagers are now deprived of their household goods that were taken away by the acute flood. The people residing in villages are a huge loss in the previous spell of floodwater. Several belongings were badly washed away due to the continuation of rain at a stretch for quite a few days.

Phanidhar Bora, a villager residing in Gossaigaon expressed his grief stating that the flood had taken away his assets consisting of his granary of around 2600 kilos of paddy grains. Further, many rooms inclusive of his kitchen have also been destroyed in this flood and the pond he developed worth Rs 65,000 has been badly damaged. Bora then requested the Chief Minister of Assam to help his family get out of the distressful cry.

Witnessing similar issues after the devastating flood, a farmer named Dipen Bora also expressed his suffering of the pain of deprivation caused by the heavy flood-waters, claiming that he needed a house as all the household goods have been damaged including various rooms of his house, prompting him to stay at another villager's residence.

As the monsoon season is approaching, the villagers are now in a fearful state of the possibility of another wave of flood. The previous flood accompanied by severe landslides had hit around 3.51 lakh individuals in Nagaon of which not less than 25 people lost their lives in the district.


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