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North east flood: Rail connectivity to Tripura and system of Assam snapped – Cases of India ►

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GUWAHATI: Northeast Frontier Railway has suspended as many as four trains due to
landslides and tunnel washouts in Assam’s Lumding-Badarpur hill section this morning, snapping rail connectivity to Tripura and system of Assam’s Barak valley.

In Barak valley bordering Bangladesh the put the flood scenario has worsened on Thursday, the reveal inland water transport (IWT) division has additionally suspended all ferry providers due to rising water stage of the entire rivers.

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Folks wade by a flooded NH 37 after rains at Bokakhat sub-division in Golaghat district of Assam

IWT director Bharat Bhushan Dev Choudhury suggested TOI that water stage is rising below Guwahati division and scenario is below conclude witness.

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A man rows a boat carrying villagers from the flood affected home conclude to Badurpur in Karimganj district of Assam

“As of now ferry providers are unaffected. Nonetheless at Barak valley bigger than 30,000 ferry passengers believe been affected,” the director stated.

NF Railways chief PRO PJ Sharma stated landslides in as many as five locations in Lumding – Badarpur hill section owing to heavy rain in that home has affected the customary educate running in that section.

“The entire landslides believe took place between 1.30 am and three.30 am nowadays. As a re

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