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“Hamara beta bhi Fauji banega” said the parents of a six day old infant who was rescued by the Indian Army

A six-day-old infant with mother successfully evacuated from an inundated area by a team of Assam Rifles in flood-affected Silchar, Cachar district on June 26.

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An Assam Rifles team evacuated a six-day-old infant and the mother from an inundated area in flood-affected Silchar, Cachar district on June 26.

In Silchar town, which is submerged for over a week, efforts are on to provide relief to those areas where the administration is yet to reach by air to drop packets with food, drinking water and other essential items by Indian Air Force helicopters. Several areas in Cachar are still waterlogged.

Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma visited and reviewed Silchar twice within two days on Sunday and reviewed the relief and rescue operations in the town.

Silchar has been severely affected as water gushed in, following a breach in the dyke at Betkundi, allegedly by miscreants, and Sarma alleged that the flood in the town is “man made”. The state government has transported 3575 food packets to Silchar from Guwahati and Jorhat.

Meanwhile, Assam’s flood situation is showing signs of improvement with the water level of most rivers maintaining a receding trend while over 22 lakh remain affected across the state, officials said on Monday.

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