Three Drowned In Jiadhal River Of Assam's Dhemaji District
Around 10 persons were bringing bamboo from Arunachal Pradesh via waterways in which three persons drowned and rest managed to swim to the shore.
Guwahati: Three persons out of 10 were drowned in Jiadhal river in Dhemaji district on Monday when they were bringing bamboo from Arunachal Pradesh via waterways.
Among trio, one body identified as Jagu Mili were recovered, however rest two identified as Kekai Narah, and Shailaram Payeng are still missing. All are them are resident of Dhemaji.
However, among rest seven persons managed to swim to the shore.
Earlier, In yet horrifying incident two minor girls drowned after they reportedly slipped in the Brahmaputra river. The incident took place in the outskirts of Dergaon near Hutar village of Shikali Chapor under Majuli constituency. According to details, the minor girls who were aged around 6 to 7 years old are suspecting that they fell in the river due to slipping after they were playing near the bank of the river.
Meanwhile, local people in the area recovered the bodies of the two minor girls from the Brahmaputra river and handed them over to their parents. On the other hand, it's been more than 36 hours since the Nimatighat boat accident took place, however, the rescue operation team is yet to track two missing passengers. Meanwhile, rescue operations established contacts with 92 persons, of which 89 were rescued alive. The missing persons have been identified as Jaan Baruah of Lakhimpur and Dr Bikramjit Baruah of Jorhat. SDRF Team deployed: State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) of Jorhat, Golaghat, Garmur (Majuli) and Bokakhat are conducting search operations.
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