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Assam Floods: National President of BJP Yuva Morcha Visits Hajo To Take Stock of Flood Situation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah have ensured to make Assam equipped to handle the situation by deploying armed forces and NDRF teams.

Assam Floods: National President of BJP Yuva Morcha Visits Hajo To Take Stock of Flood Situation

Sentinel Digital Desk

Guwahati: National President of BJP Yuva Morcha, Tejasvi Surya, visited Hajo in Assam's Kamrup district to take stock of the flood situation on Wednesday.

"BJYM is at the forefront of flood relief activities in Assam & is providing all possible support to Central & State forces. 10,000+ #BJYMCares karyakartas are on the ground & involved in relief activities across 30 districts. Today, I joined the team at Hajo Flood Relief Camp," he tweeted.

He further said that both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah have ensured to make Assam equipped to handle the situation by deploying armed forces and NDRF teams.

"Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah have ensured that Assam is equipped to handle the situation through the deployment of armed forces and NDRF teams Coordinated efforts of both central and state govt have been successful in ensuring continuous supply of essentials", Surya added.

"Proactive efforts of CM @himantabiswa Da in leading relief work is simply inspirational. In every step- evacuation, prevention & restoration, he has prioritized human lives in this rebuilding exercise," he tweeted while appreciating Assam Chief Minister Himanata Biswa Sarma.

Surya also met Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and thanked him for his advice and encouragement for BJYM.

The flood has created havoc in the state, especially in lower and north Assam.

The death of 12 people, including one in a landslide, in the past 24 hours took the death toll in the state to 151.

ASDMA's flood bulletin says that the Brahmaputra flows above the danger level at Tezpur and Nematighat, Kopili at Dharamtul, and the Beki at Road Bridge. The deluge affected 31,54,556 people of 2,675 villages in 26 districts today. Over 3.12 lakh people are taking shelter in 560 relief camps in the state.

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