The second such incident, which took place in just one month, has taken a catastrophic form in the state. The paranoid allusions of the critics of this process were completely substantiated in Hailakandi district. In Hailakandi district, this forest has inundated most of the areas of different parts of Algapur. Due to flooding, traffic has been stopped at 6 places on National Highway 7 passing through the area. Water and water in schools and hospitals. Banakrantai has left home and taken refuge on the national highway. But so far no issue of district administration has come up in this area. No help items provided. There is no pure drinking water. Banakranta Raije spends time on the road, starving to death. Nizam Uddin Chowdhury, MLA of Algapur constituency, visited the area on Tuesday. The legislature also provides some financial assistance to all those affected personally.
In a statement to the media, MLA Nizam Uddin Chowdhury expressed his displeasure over the Hailakandi district administration. MLA Chowdhury alleges that the Hailakandi district administration did not provide assistance to the affected people following the directive of Chief Minister Himanta Bishwa Sharma. MLA Chowdhury also alleged that the Deputy Chief Minister Rohan Kumar Jhai had given false information to the Chief Minister in a video conference. In addition, MLA Lashkar-e-Taiba alleges that none of the government issues, including the cycle issue, have reached the Banakranta area.
It may be mentioned here that 2926 people from 20 villages of Hailakandi district have been affected by the ban through video conferencing of the Chief Minister, said the appropriate Rohan Kumar Jhai. The Chief Minister also said that the situation in the district was normal.
Published by:Sanjay Kumar Das
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