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Heavy Rain and Water Flooding Guwahati

AS THE sun gleamed on Sunday, after almost seven days of relentless precipitation, Guwahati – the biggest city in the Northeast – sprang back to life: traffic was back on its blood vessel streets, clients crowded its numerous eateries and bistros, and shops opened shades. Notwithstanding, Anil Nagar, a private territory in the core of the city, kept on being an image of chaos. Lowered in water for almost seven days, a consistent stream of harried occupants on carts, bags into tow, advanced out of the low-lying territory to more secure ground.

As three enormous machines siphon floodwaters from the territory into the close by Bharalu-Bahini – the city’s primary stream that channels into the Brahmaputra – Sunil Roy, 66-year-old finance manager and long-term inhabitant of Anil Nagar, said he thought the “most terrible was finished” when the precipitation lessened for some time on Saturday. “Be that as it may, it came down again today, and we are overwhelmed,” he expressed, swimming through dim earthy colored knee-profound water, loaded up with plastic waste. Roy said he is especially stressed that the gatekeeper wall worked along the Bharalu stream will part with, and send a spout of water into the area.

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