Monsoon floods kill 20 in India and leave thousands homeless

Last Updated : July 07 2017

Monsoon floods kill 20 in India and leave thousands homeless

Monsoon floods kill 20 in India and leave thousands homeless

Heavy rains ever since the beginning of the India's monsoon season have actually triggered the floods and the landslides in many parts of a remote areas of northeastern region, causing no less than 20 deaths, the authorities said in the day of Wednesday. This have been reporetd that Monsoon floods kill 20 in India and leave thousands homeless.

The deaths included the drowning or the fatal injuries from the collapsed homes in the Assam state, where a mighty Brahmaputra River that was flowing above a danger level, swelled by a heavy rains in a previous two weeks, a state's disasters management authority reported.

Almost 400,000 people have leaved their flooded homes in the 750 villages across almost half of the Assam's twenty seven districts, the officials said. Almost 30,000 people have been taken shelter in the relief camps run by a state government. Many others that were living with their own relatives or on near the river embankments or the higher ground.

On the day of Tuesday, an authority said that it have evacuated 400 students when their school was being flooded in the western Nalbari district, ninety kilometers west of Gauhati, a state capital.

In the neighboring Arunachal Pradesh state, the roads in many districts were being cut off by the incessant rain and the landslides.

The Indian air forces helicopter flying the food supplies in the remote areas went on missing in a state in the bad weather in the day of Tuesday, the junior Home Minister by name Kiren Rijiju reported.

Rijiju had the narrow escape during his own helicopter was being caught in the storm and had the hard landing in the place of Itanagar, a capital of the Arunachal Pradesh.

The monsoon seasons runs from the month of June through the month of September, and the deadly floods that happen regularly. Drowning, the electrocution or the injuries from the collapsed homes killed no less than 175 people across the country of India during a season in the last year.

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The heavy rains ever since the beginning of the India's monsoon season actually have triggered the floods and the landslides in most parts of a remote northeastern region that cause at least twenty deaths, the authorities reported on Wednesday.

These deaths included the drowning or the fatal injuries from the collapsed homes in the Assam state, where a mighty Brahmaputra River that was flowing over a danger level was swelled by a heavy rain in a past two weeks; the state's disasters management authority reported this.

Almost 400,000 people have being left their own flooded homes in the 750 villages that is across nearly half of the Assam's twenty seven districts. Nearly 30,000 people have being taking the shelter in a relief camps run by a state government. Many others who were living with their own relatives or on the river embankments or the higher ground have been affected.

On the day of Tuesday, an authority reported that it have evacuated four hundred students after the school campus was being flooded in the western Nalbari district, ninety kilometers west of the Gauhati, a state capital.

In neighboring Arunachal Pradesh state, the roads to many districts are cut off because of the incessant rain and the landslides.

The Indian air forces helicopter flying the food supplies to the remote places went a miss in a state in the bad weather in the day of Tuesday, reorted India's juniors Home Minister Kiren Rijiju.

Rijiju had himself the narrow escape once his own helicopter was being caught in the storm and the heavy rain and the force-landed in the city of Itanagar, a capital of the country of Arunachal Pradesh.

A monsoon season which runs from the month of June through the month of September, and the deadly floods which happens regularly. Electrocution, drowning, or the injuries from the collapsed houses that killed about 175 people across the country of India during a season last year have affected greatly.

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These deaths included the drowning or the fatal injuries from the collapsed homes in the Assam state, where a mighty Brahmaputra River was being flowing over a danger level that swelled by the heavy rain in a past two weeks which was reported by a state's disasters management authority.

Approximately 400,000 people are left their own flooded homes in the 750 villages across closely half ofe t Assam's twenty seven districts. Closely 30,000 people now they have taken the shelter in the relief camps which is runned by a state government. Many others people were living with their own relatives or the nearby river embankment or the higher ground.

On the day of Tuesday, an authority reported that it have evacuated four hundred students after their own school campus was being flooded in the western Nalbari district, fifty five miles west of the city of Gauhati, a state capital.

In neighboring Arunachal Pradesh state, the roads in many districts are been damaged because of the incessant rain and the landslides.