Due to the heavy downpour for last few days, the water levels of river Kaladia and Deojara here raising and in some part, it flows over the embankment and in Bargandubi area under Bajali revenue circle large areas have been inundated after breaching away a portion of newly repaired embankment.

This is the fourth time the flood affected the village as per the primary assessment. Around 300 families and 1500 peoples and 450 domestic animals affected in this wave of flood informed the circle officer Bajali revenue circle. Flood water submerged roads and residential areas of the locality. The floodwater also enters and submerged the residential houses and land the people in trouble in numbers of families of the area. The floodwater affected Bongaon, Panara, Koch Diga, Tihu Dekhata area also. Meanwhile, water also started to flow over the river Kaldia in many places.
In Dekapara of Bhaluki village one’ ring bandh’ also washed away by the current of water. In Barnalikuchi Ballartari water also started to flow over the embankment. The Madan Rowata Road also submerged in Uluwa and affected the communication through the road.
Flood in Bajali

Meanwhile, the farmers here who prepared paddy seedling for the ensuing cultivation spent sleepless nights as their paddy seedling have also been inundated by water at various places of the Bajali revenue circle including Bargandubi area.

Meanwhile, Munindra Sarma Deputy Commissioner Barpeta along with Nayan Jyoti Bhagabati SDO© Bajali Visited the Bargandubi Area and took stock of the flood situation. Dr Sangita Sarma Revenue officer who is monitoring the situation informed that the authority is ready to distribute relief material in the affected area.

The authority also ready to open the relief camp if the situation demanded. In some portions of Kuwara and Pahalah Simalubari connecting road water also flowing over the road and affected communication. In many places as the grazing fields were submerged by rain and floodwater the people facing problem to feed their cattle. Phani Pathak state executive member of the BJP urged Chief Minister of Assam and the deputy commissioner Barpeta to take urgent step to repair the embankment in the area.

Follow our page Times of Northeast in Facebook.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here