The Brahmaputra river has turned 51-year-old Prafulla Saharia right into a refugee. In 2007, it eroded his village Malhu, his residence and 70 bighas of farm land. Since then, erosion compelled him to maneuver residence thrice. The every day wage labourer now fears village Lengeribori, the place is now staying, will probably be devoured up by the swollen Brahmaputra any day. “This place the place we’re sheltered now may even get eroded for certain; we confronted such an enormous flood a couple of days again, the federal government solely gave us rice, dal and salt, nothing else,” Prafulla Saharia advised NDTV.