No Water, No food, No shelter: 15 devastating photos show how destructive Assam and Bihar floods are
- A Bengal Tiger was found taking shelter inside a house in flood hit Harmati area of Kaziranga.
- The people in
Biharclaimed they are forced to eat rats to survive.
The situation is no better in Bihar where 4.7 million people are affected by floods and heavy rains. The death toll in Bihar stands 67 as of 19 June. The people there claim that they are forced to eat rats to survive.
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Here are 15 devastating photos which show people struggling to survive in Assam and parts of Bihar
A Bengal Tiger was found taking shelter inside a house in flood hit Harmati area of Kaziranga.
A man rows a raft in flood hit Jamunamukh village in Assam's Hojai district.
A view of flood hit Kadwa in Bihar's Katihar.
Water woes: Women seen busy collecting water from a hand pump in Morigaon.
Landslide breaks off railway connections between Lumding and Silchar in Dima Hasao district of Assam.
People are in want of food, shelter and clean drinking water.
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People trying to escape the deluge as water takes over Morigaon.
One-horned Rhinos seen move to highlands in the flood affected Kaziranga National Park.
Wild Buffaloes run through flood waters towards higher lands at as the famous Kaziranga National Park is flooded.
A house destroyed by floods in Athgaon village of Assam's Kamrup district.
Hajo: People collect water pouches in flood hit Hajo.
A wooden bridge over Mora Kalahi river comes to the aid of flood victims in Boko in Assam.
People take refuge from flood water on a highland at Hajo in Assam's Kamrup district.
A view of the flooded Jonai village from Dhemaji district of Assam
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