Over 3.20 lakh affected by landslides, floods and water-logging in northeast

Recent monsoon rains have caused severe flooding and landslides across northeastern India, affecting over 320,000 people and leading to at least 28 deaths. The situation has disrupted normal life, damaged property, and led to extensive cropland impacts. Relief efforts are underway with multiple camps set up for displaced residents.

Over 3.20 lakh affected by landslides, floods and water-logging in northeast

Incessant monsoon rains during the past few days triggered landslides, floods and water-logging in several northeastern states, affecting around 3.20 lakh people and badly affecting normal life besides damaging public and private property, officials said on Wednesday. 

According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), incessant rain has thrown life out of gear in a majority of the districts in the state with around three lakh people people in 19 districts reeling under the fury of floods.