Assam CM visits Kaziranga national park to take stock of flood situation
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Assam CM Sarbanand Sonowal visits #Kaziranga National park to take stock of the flood situation. CM appreciated the role of forest personnel for their role in the challenging time. Around 90 percent area of the park is under water.
Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal visits flood affected areas of Kaziranga National Park. He says, "The staff of the national park are committted towards the safety of the animals here. So far, more than 80 people have lost their lives due to flood, erosion & landlslides in the state".
Assam CM visits flood affected areas of Kaziranga National Park. He says, "The staff of the national park are committted towards the safety of the animals here. So far, more than 80 people have lost their lives due to flood, erosion & landlslides in the state". (ANI)
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