Went into the flood to welcome the CM: The young man descended into the water to give Sarma a blanket, the CM promised to drink tea

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A youth has shown bravery to pay respect to CM Himanta Biswa Sarma, who is visiting the flood affected areas in Assam. The flood situation in Assam remains critical. Silchar area of ​​Cachar district is submerged since last 6 days. Today CM took stock of this area by boat. Meanwhile, a young man has given a gamosa to the CM in the middle of the water till his waist.

CM promised to drink tea together
Gamosa is a kind of gamchha, which is worn in honor of someone. In the midst of floods, this video respecting the CM is becoming very viral in social media. The Chief Minister has promised the youth to have tea together sometime again.

So far 121 people have died in Assam due to floods and land slides. 25 lakh people are still affected by the floods in 25 districts of the state.

SDRF team in Assam sent people trapped in floods to a safe place.

10 killed in last 24 hours in Silchar

The most frightening situation is in the city of Silchar in Barak Valley. Ten more people have died here in the last 24 hours. Along with the spread of infectious diseases, there is a crisis of food and drinking water here. Such is the situation when IAF helicopters are providing food packets and water bottles to the flood victims.

In many districts of the state including Nagaon, movement has been stopped due to floods.

In many districts of the state including Nagaon, movement has been stopped due to floods.

Some people trapped in the flood-hit area informed about the shortage of food and drink in Silchar. Taking advantage of this, profiteering is also happening, he said. 500 rupees are being charged for water cans. Even for a candle, people have to pay 50-50 rupees. The light came on on Thursday, but due to short circuit, it was cut again in half an hour. Due to this mobile connectivity is also affected.

Over 1 lakh people trapped in buildings
According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority, rescue and relief operations have been expedited in the severely affected Silchar. District administration, NDRF, SDRF and Air Force are working together to help the flood victims. Despite this, the floods are such that people are not getting much relief.

It is a matter of relief that like other parts of the state, the water level of Barak river has come down in Barak valley. However, more than one lakh people are still trapped in buildings, as the ground floor of their houses is completely submerged.

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