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Water Level of Howrah Increasing. CM Dr Manik Saha Visits Relief Camp


Chief Minister Prof. Dr. Manik Saha visited  a relief camp in his own Assembly Constituency Bardowali, Agartala where flood affected people takes shelter. Cyclone Remal caused heavy rainfall across the state. As a result many areas are flooded in city Agartala.

While visiting the relief camp, the Chief Minister said that the condition of the dam of river Howrah this year is much better than last year. This year there is much less water than other times in the area. 

He also said that affected people have already been evacuated from flooded areas to safe places. But some people don't want to leave their homes. Administrative officials are making arrangements to bring them to a safe place. 

The chief minister said that efforts are being made to provide all kinds of facilities including food, drinking water to those who are in the refugee camps.

Notable that several houses of surrounding areas of the river Howrah have already been flooded by the rainfall. 

Informing the press DM of West Tripura District on Tuesday said that 10 relief camps have been opened in West Tripura District. So far 280 people have taken shelter in these camps. 

On this day, he said, water of river Howrah  is gradually increasing. As a result people's houses are flooded. 

Various measures have been taken by the government to take them to the relief camp. 

According to him, low-lying areas like Baldakhal, Sri Lanka Basti, Chandrapur of Agartala city have already been submerged due to heavy rains. Howrah river water level is increasing. Water has entered the house