Several rivers in the Indian state of Assam have reached danger levels, affecting around 60,000 people from the 3 districts of Lakhimpur, Karimganj and Darrang.
Assam State Disaster Management Agency (ASDMA) reported on 05 June, 2017, that 113 people have been forced from their homes and are staying in a temporary camp in Lakhimpur.
ASDMA aslo reported that several rivers were above the danger mark, including: Brahmaputra at Nematighat (Jorhat district), Kopili at Kampur, (Nagaon), Barak at Badarpurghat (Karimganj), Katakhal at Matizuri (Haiakandi) and Kushiyara at Karimganj (Karimganj). (See river levels data below)
Assam is one of India’s most flood prone states and invariably sees flooding during this time of year as monsoon rains increase levels of the Brahmaputra and its tributaries. See all reports and articles on floods in Assam here.
B - Karimganj, Assam, India
C - Darrang
Kushiyara at Karimganj - June 5 to June 5, 2017
Warning level: 13.94 Danger level: 14.94 Highest Flood Level(HFL): 16.57
Katakhal at Annapurnaghat - June 5 to June 5, 2017
Warning level: 19.27 Danger level: 20.27 Highest Flood Level(HFL): 22.73
Brahmaputra at Kampur - June 5 to June 5, 2017
Warning level: 64.23 Danger level: 65.23 Highest Flood Level(HFL): 66.59
June 4 to June 5, 2017
Lakhimpur - June 4 to June 5, 2017