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Failing to get any government response, villagers in large numbers have taken shelter in comparatively safer places.
Failing to get any government response, villagers in large numbers have taken shelter in comparatively safer places.|EastMojo Image

PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam

Floodwaters enter villages forcing residents to shift themselves and their belongings to safer locations; locals allege apathy, say no govt help has reached them so far

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Guwahati: Hundreds of villagers have been stranded at Laika and Dodhia -- two forest villages located in the core area of upper Assam’s Dibrugarh Saikhowa National Park due to massive floods. Flood waters have entered the villages forcing residents to shift themselves and their belongings to safer locations. No government help has reached the villagers till now, locals have alleged.

PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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PHOTOS: Hundreds stranded in first wave of floods in upper Assam
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