Over four lakh people have been affected by the Assam floods - which has spread to 26 districts as of now. There seems to be no let up since the Indian Meteorological Department predicts ‘extremely heavy rainfall’, for the coming days. The state has already been placed on a red alert.Key areas and road stretches remain flooded as the rains continue to drench the state triggering havoc, fatalities, and even homelessness. The death toll has climbed to 26 in the state.Four men row past a submerged house after two consecutive weeks of torrential rain in the state. Torrential rainfall and mudslides topple the New Haflong railway station, along with primary parts of the north-east region where eroded sections of roads, railway connectivity cause traffic and communication snarls. According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority, a total of 96,697 people have been affected in the Cachar district alone. It’s followed by 58,975 in Nagaon, 39,874 in Biswanath, 88,420 people affected in Hojai and 22,526 in Udalguri district.National Youth Volunteers of Yuva Kendra Cachar Assam along with the state security forces running rescue ops on a massive scale. A man in the Nagaon district walks barefooted through a flooded neighborhood.Carrying the brunt of nature, women and families evacuate their homes in the Darrang district with basics in tow. The floods are known to have affected 56,960 people in this district.