GUWAHATI: An high level state group containing central and state government agents, drove by Adviser to Union Finance Ministry Dina Nath, went by Assam for two days for an on-the-ground inspection to assess the extent of damage caused by floods in Assam.
The team visited parts of Lower Assam and Majuli, and gathered first-hand information after visiting several flood-hit areas, a state government statement said today.
The group likewise investigated the dikes in Majuli and the harm the late surges have brought on to the embankments.The group was deputed taking after the Assam government solicitation to the Center for help to battle harms created by the surges.
Union Minister of State for Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Sanjeev Kumar Balyan went by the state on September 14 and guaranteed the state to send a between pastoral group to Assam to survey the harm brought on by surges and erosion.During his visit, the priest likewise declared a Rs. 260-crore bundle for Majuli, the waterway island in the Brahmaputra.