Due to the monsoon and monsoon rains, the floods are flooded in July and August. These floods last for 7to 20 days. This time, in the first week of July, floods reached the capital. Two weeks passed, but the water did not flow, but new areas were flooding every day.
Six people were killed in the flood. Dams and floods have flooded new areas.
More water may come from the heat. The Red Crescent Society says food and safe water crisis has been created in floods. Water-borne diseases have appeared. As a result of the floods, more than 100,000 people have been affected by the floods.And 3 lakh 3 thousand hectares of crop land has been leveled.
According to the Department of Agriculture Extension's observations, the field currently has a high risk of damage to the Seasonal Seeds, Summer Vegetable in FloodsFloods. Vegetable prices have already started rising in the market due to floods. The prices of raw chilli and onion, in particular, have increased the most. Flooding in the areas producing these products is disrupting supply. Flooding conditions have worsened due to rivers being flooded and overflowing in a short time.
Since the beginning of July, heavy rains have been raging in Assam, Nagaland, Meghalaya and West Bengal. In the meantime, water has also entered the protected area after breaking the flood control dam in different areas. In such a situation, the people will have to provide pure water and dry food. It requires a lot of money. So, I urge you, all of you, to raise your hand to help these vulnerable people as soon as possible.