Being stranded on the rooftop of one's own house, waiting for rescuers, and left with no hope of recovery of damaged properties, is currently the cruel fate of majority of the rural people of North East. The annual monsoons have once again ravaged leaving its people with huge losses in the property, assets, cattle and lives. Nature has shown its merciless side again and unlike every year, the present year has crossed its danger levels of water increase due to persistent rainfall all across the region submerging everything underneath with rising death tolls each day. Shelter homes are substracting compared to the population being affected by the devastating floods. The plight of the entire region has become vulnerable for its population and one who visits Northeast this time will get a sight of nothing but boats with affected familes , bamboo rafts, small tenthouses and homes deluged under water due to annihilation caused by floods.
The wildlife at the same time has not been spared from the disastrous calamity. The animals have however been evacuated to highlands yet, the wildlife sanctuaries are being submerged under water alongside the national highways leading to the scarcity of food and habitat for these animals causing them their lives.
Ever since the beginning, the state has struggled with the flooding problems and even after incurring great damages, the population across the region somehow overcome it. Once again we are in a tough situation, but will we ever be completely over it?
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Rivers are flowing above danger level. 30 districts are affected due to flood. 90% of Kaziranga is submerged under water.
Assam is grieving in water and here's what you can do to help:
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