Bhasusubba and Champadanga in Mal Block and areas such as Dhupguri, Moinaguri, and Sukanta Nagar in Jalpaiguri district are reeling under a flood-like situation.
The total population affected by the floods declined to 33.03 lakh in 28 districts as against the previous day's figure of 45.34 lakh in 30 districts.
Monsoon brings cheer for rest of the country but to the people of Assam and some other regions, it just brings misery and devastation
The BJP government's alleged support to Shinde's presence here has sullied the image of Assam and its people, Bhupen Kumar Borah alleged.
According to the city-based company, the drones were used to deliver emergency food and medicine packets to people affected by the floods.
The situation in Silchar, considered 'Gateway to Barak Valley', is alarming with most areas still underwater, a district official said.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday held a review meeting of ‘Palla Floodplain Project’ with senior officials of the flood and irrigation department on Thursday.
PM Modi said that CM Himanta Biswa Sarma, state ministers and officials are working round-the-clock in districts and helping those who have suffered.
Silchar is incommunicado and without transport as 5-12 feet waves lash the streets. Locals say this is unprecedented.
Extensive damage caused by rain, landslides; will take time to restore road connectivity: Meghalaya CM
Portions of National Highway-62 -- connecting East Garo Hills with Assam -- have caved in due to landslides, cutting off the district for the past six days.
Continuous rains in the last few days have flooded several low-lying areas of Kashmir Valley.
According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority, close to 51.25 lakh people are still affected in 4,374 villages of 29 districts and cropland affected was in 97,368.50 hectares.
Traffic on the Mughal Road, which connects the twin districts of Poonch and Rajouri in the Jammu region with south Kashmir's Shopian district, was also suspended due to landslides.
With more rainfall predicted over the next five days, Bangladesh's Flood Forecast and Warning Centre warned Tuesday that water levels would remain dangerously high in the country's northern regions.
As the flood situation continues to remain critical in Cachar, the authorities rushed the personnel of National Disaster Response Force to this southern Assam district to conduct rescue operations.