The flood scenario in Assam’s Kaziranga National Park the global stronghold of the one-horned rhinoceros – worsened on Monday after floodwaters inundated more than 65 in keeping with cent areas of the sphere heritage site.
Five animals in conjunction with two one-horned rhinos have died in Kaziranga National Park all over the existing flood.
The wooded space team of workers deployed throughout the national park have recovered two carcasses of one-horned rhinos all through the park area prior to now.
Three hog deer died after being hit by the use of vehicles.
According to the park executive, floodwaters have submerged 146 camps out of common 223 camps throughout the park.
Three camps of the park have been vacated as a result of the existing flood scenario.
On the other hand, many wild animals in conjunction with one horned rhino, deer, elephants have taken safe haven at highlands constructed all through the park and a lot of animals were given right here outdoor the park and moved towards the inside achieve Karbi Anglong hills area after the deluge hit most of areas of the park.
Many animals in conjunction with herds of wild elephants, hog deer, swamp deer have moved to the inside achieve Karbi hills areas by the use of crossing the National Highway 37 which is passing all through the national park.
The park executive and district control have restricted the rate limit of all vehicles on National Highway 37 and presented time taking part in playing cards to vehicles coming from every facet of the national park to provide protection to the wild animals.
On the other hand, over 9.67 lakh other folks of 22 districts of Assam have been affected in the second wave of flood.
According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) research, the floodwaters have submerged 72,246 hectares of croplands and affected 9.67 lakh other folks 2086 villages in 22 districts Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Biswanath, Darrang, Nalbari, Barpeta, Bongaigaon, Kokrajhar, Dhubri, South Salmara, Goalpara, Kamrup, Morigaon, Hojai, Nagaon, Golaghat, Jorhat, Majuli, Sivasagar, Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, West Karbi Anglong.
Nearly 29,000 other folks have taken safe haven at 144 relief camps organize by the use of the control throughout the flood-hit districts.
Nineteen houses and an earlier hostel of a senior secondary college have been damaged in a flash flood in upper Djongu space of North Sikkim district, an skilled mentioned on Sunday. The flash flood moreover affected 35 families, he mentioned. Triggered by the use of heavy rainfall over the previous few days, the flash flood damaged the houses at Passidang village and its surrounding areas on Saturday, the pro mentioned.
The local control has evacuated the affected families to the Public Health Engineering (PHE) department’s building at Passidang, the pro mentioned.
MLA from Djongu constituency Pinstso Namgyal Lepcha at the side of District Magistrate Tenzing T Kaleon and Superintendent of Police North Ongmu Bhutia visited the affected areas on Sunday.