Bollywood celebrity Aamir Khan has donated to the Assam CM relief fund. Assam is now undergoing one of the greatest crises of the year due to severe floods. More than 21 lakh people were still suffering as a result of the deluge’s impacts.

Aamir has contributed Rs 25 lakhs to the CM relief fund for Assamese flood victims. Assam’s chief minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma, made the news on his official Twitter account.

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The chief minister expressed his heartfelt appreciation for Aamir on Twitter. “Eminent Bollywood actor Amir Khan extended a helping hand to the flood-affected people of our State by making a generous contribution of Rs 25 lakh towards CM Relief Fund. My sincere gratitude for his concern and act of generosity.”

Several Indian benefactors are stepping up to help in the aftermath of disastrous floods. Because their houses and farmland have been drowned, several Assamese households are forced to accidentally risk coming into contact with animals in an elephant corridor in Nellie’s Khulahat Forest. The floods have broken over 200 embankments across the state, causing tens of thousands of people to escape and drowning enormous expanses of fertile land.

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The displaced people are housed in thousands of relief camps set up by the government and non-profit organisations along roads and in government buildings. Water released from hydroelectric dams to relieve pressure on reservoirs destroyed many embankments on the Kopili River in Nagaon and Morigaon districts, causing agricultural damage and expulsion of inhabitants.

There is a water deficit and widespread hunger. The disaster has worsened, and the residents will soon confront financial challenges.

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However, officials report that the water situation is improving because the amount of rain has dropped during the last week. However, Silchar remains the worst-affected region. The Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) reports that more than 2.2 million people in 22 districts are still suffering from flood-related misery.