Assam floods News
Floods and rains are wreaking havoc in most of the states of the country. The pictures of devastation are coming from everywhere. Meanwhile, a picture has come to the fore which is surprising. Children of a government school in Madhya Pradesh's Seoni are forced to study with umbrellas under a leaking roof.
Incessant rain continues to wreak havoc in the country. Due to which flood-like situation is visible in many parts of the country. Continuous pictures of rain damage are also coming out from Uttarakhand. Now in view of the possibility of heavy rains here, a yellow alert has been issued in many areas.
Be it cloudburst incident in Amarnath or crowding of people in other states. At present, most parts of the country have been badly affected by floods. Due to such situations, the faulty government arrangements are also getting exposed. Know in DNA, today the three big reasons due to which India has become a flood prone country.
At present, three issues are being discussed the most in our country. The first issue is the insult of the Prophet Mohammad Sahab. The second issue is the comment made by the Supreme Court on Nupur Sharma. The third issue is the documentary made by Leena Mani-Meklai in which the Hindu goddess Kali is insulted. The one common factor in all these issues is religion. The question is when hundreds of people die due to floods, why doesn't it bother anyone?
Flood havoc is still continuing in 26 districts of Assam. There are 1600 villages in the state which have been completely submerged in the floods. For the past one month, the people of Assam are struggling with the havoc of the floods. At the same time, the death toll has gone up to 179. Watch full report in today's DNA.
Assam experiences intense floods and heavy rains every year during this time of the year Experts say faulty flood control measures, population pressure, shrinkage of water-bodies, unregulated construction have made the situation worse Drainage congestion and choking of local water bodies are largely responsible for urban flooding, says river specialist Pradip Pujari
Bollywood actor Aamir Khan is all set to make a comeback on the big screens after years with 'Laal Singh Chddha' co-starring Kareena Kapoor Khan. Currently, the state of Assam is going through one of the biggest crises this year due to devastating floods. Aamir Khan extended help towards the CM relief fund of Assam.