The Assam state government has devised a climate action plan which has guidance on dealing with weather events but the Union government has yet to approve the plan.
Over 65,600 people are still reeling under the deluge in Chirang, Darrang, Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Kokrajhar, Sivasagar and Sonitpur districts, the ASDMA bulletin said.
An alert was issued in the western districts bordering Bhutan as excess water was released from the Himalayan kingdom since Friday morning.
The recent first wave of the floods in Assam was not massive but the prices of green vegetables have skyrocketed across the state, particularly in Guwahati.
The flood waters have submerged 1,479.27 hectares of cropland in the flood-hit districts. 24,261 domestic animals and poultry have also been affected by the deluge.
The Regional Meteorological Department has issued a 'yellow' alert for Friday, asking people to be on watch and remain updated for heavy rainfall and thunderstorm in some parts of the state.
According to Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), altogether 4,95,799 people were affected by the deluge in 1,366 villages of 22 districts and subdivisions.
Nalbari is the worst hit with almost 45,000 people suffering, followed by Baksa with over 26,500 and Lakhimpur with more than 25,000.
At present, 142 villages are under water and 1,510.98 hectares of crop areas have been damaged across Assam.
The floods breached some roads, bridges and embankments and affected cropland in areas of over 1,409 hectares.
According to the daily flood report of the Assam State Disaster Management Authority, more than 28,800 people were hit due to floods in Dhemaji, Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur districts.