Assam: Flood hits Majuli island, road connectivity submerged

Assam: Flood hits Majuli island, road connectivity submerged

GUWAHATI, April 16, 2018: Part of Majuli island has submerged in flood during the first flood of bohag month (April-May).

Due to increase in the level of river waters since last Sunday, the sluice gate in the embankment in the Kakorikata-Goalgaon-Bokora area in Majuli has faced threat.

The people of the area are left worried as the Geo bags on the embankment have been washed away by the waters during the first flood of the season.

 

The flood waters due to overnight increase in the water level of the river Brahmaputra, have disconnected the Kamalabari-Bhakat Chapori connecting Road.

The people of the area have faced major problem in communication as the road connecting 17 villages of the area has been submerged by flood waters.

Though a bridge was constructed in this area last year but due to heavy flow of water the bridge has also been washed away due to which the people of the area in massive trouble.

TNT- The Northeast Today News with inputs from NE Now

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