NDMA warns of floods in Bihar and Assam
22 June, 2020 | newsx bureau
Central Water Commission issues a list of rivers across the two states with surging water levels, as the NDMA warns public on Twitter.
The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) on Monday warned Assam and Bihar of “severe flood” situation.
“June 22, 2020: Flood Update: Severe Flood Situation in Assam and Bihar,” NDMA tweeted.
Meanwhile, the Central Water Commission (CWC) issued a list of several rivers across the state whose water level is rising.
June 22nd 2020 :: #Flood Update
Severe Flood Situation in #Assam and #Bihar.@CWCOfficial_FF pic.twitter.com/W7l4QvADsl
— NDMA India (@ndmaindia) June 22, 2020
In Assam, Disang river at Nagalamoraghat in Sibsagar district, river Dhansiri (South) at Numaligarh on Golaghat district and river Brahmaputra at Neamatighat in Jorhat district, falls under the high-risk regions.
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River Jia Bharali at NT crossing Jia-Bharali in Sonitpur district, and river Disang at Nagalamoraghat in Sibsagar district also falls under the threat of possible floods.
In Bihar, river Gandak at Dumaria Ghat in Gopalganj district continues to flow in the severe situation at 9 am on Monday along with river Bagmati at Runnisaidpur in Sitamarhi district.
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