The state of Assam has been facing severe floods and landslides since April 6, 2022 due to pre-monsoon showers followed by south-west monsoon 2022. As per CWC (Central Water Commission) bulletin Rivers namely Kopili, Brahmaputra, Burhidihing & Disang are flowing above danger level, Barak (at BP Ghat, Karimganj at AP Ghat , Cachar) and Kushiyara (at Karimganj) are flowing above danger level. During the month, the Southwest Monsoon covered most parts of Northeast India. In view of the heavy rainfalls and as per the requisition of State Government of Assam, 27 teams of NDRF were deployed at Guwahati, Cachar, Barpeta, Darrang, Tamulpur, Kamrup Rural, Jorhat, Bongaigaon & Silchar and promptly swung into action and brought normalcy in the worst affected areas of the Assam State. Total 179 numbers of people have lost their life due to flood and landslide in this season from 6th April, 2022. Due to prompt and specialized response by NDRF, teams rescued 09 persons, evacuated 22,410 persons, 32 livestock, retrieved 13 dead bodies and provide PHT to 17 persons.