In Dhubri, no person has either joined or left any relief camp since Saturday, the sources said.
Official sources said 1,390 Bodo inmates have taken shelter in Salakati and Deborgaoon camps in Kokrajhar, while 150 Muslim inmates have joined the camp at Basugaon (Chirang) fearing attacks.
Three new camps have been opened at Barpeta where 831 inmates have taken shelter after the violence during the August 28 bandh called by All Assam Minority Students Union.
In Kokrajhar, there are currently 55,665 inmates in 50 camps, while 31,818 inmates are staying in 24 camps at Chirang.
Dhubri has the highest number of inmates (1,46,091) in 132 camps. In Bongaigaon, 7,938 inmates are now left in nine camps, the sources said.
There are altogether 38 Bodo camps with 25,148 inmates and 180 minority camps with 2,17,343 inmates at present, sources added.
There were altogether 4,85,921 inmates in 340 relief camps during the height of the violence which began on July 19 claiming 96 lives so far.
Guwahati: Over 2.42 lakh inmates are staying in 218 camps in Assam's Kokrajhar, Chirang, Bongaigaon, Dhubri and Barpeta districts and 1,540 new inmates have taken shelter in relief camps at trouble-torn Kokrajhar and Chirang till Saturday, official sources said o Sunday.
First Published: Sunday, September 02, 2012, 19:00