In a statement, Sukhu conveyed his gratitude and that of the people of Himachal to Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot for providing assistance.
The L-G said that out of the 44 km of Yamuna in Delhi, the 22 km stretch from Wazirabad to Okhla has 18 major obstructions in the course of the river causing an impediment in the free flow of water.
With 500 more people evacuated today, the authorities claim to have rescued 5,500 people in the last four days, Gurdaspur alone accounting for 625 evacuees.
The Chairman of the Central Water Commission Kushvinder Vohra launched the app in New Delhi on Thursday.
Officials fear the flood situation may escalate further as heavy rain is expected in upstream Himachal Pradesh, where the catchment areas of the Pong and Bhakra dams lie.
Local residents claimed the embankment collapsed due to substandard work carried out by the contractor concerned.
The catchment areas of Pong Dam on the Beas river and Bhakra-Nangal dam on the Sutlej river are in Himachal and both the dams continue to receive heavy inflow.
The CM presented awards during Independence Day celebrations to numerous officials including Revenue Inspector B Pradeep Kumar, who rescued over 100 people by using boats and chopper services.
Electricity was mostly restored but 9,200 households were still without power by Tuesday evening, according to a local utility.
Over 65,600 people are still reeling under the deluge in Chirang, Darrang, Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Kokrajhar, Sivasagar and Sonitpur districts, the ASDMA bulletin said.
Dhemaji is the worst hit with 46,754 people affected, followed by Sivasagar (22,650).
Officials said heavy rains lashed the region until August 11, triggering flash floods that caused rivers to burst their banks and inundate hundreds of villages.
"More than 2,000 people, including 405 children, have been evacuated in Primorye," the Russian emergency situations ministry said on Telegram.
Kanhaiya, a Pakistani refugee living in Majnu ka Tila for the past eight years, said six members of his family were injured while evacuating to safety during the floods.
In the southwest, some 81,000 people were evacuated from high-risk areas of Sichuan province, the China News Service reported.
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The recent flood has affected the education of children in the coastal district with many schools bearing the brunt of the deluge.
The report said that Telangana witnessed relentless rains from July 18 to 27, leading to the loss of 49 lives, and extensive damage to irrigation tanks, and agricultural crops.
Due to floods in the Godavari, about 84 villages in 11 manuals and nearly 15,000 persons suffered last month in the two divisions.
More than 1.75 million residents have been relocated.