Brigadier Uma Maheshwar said the army suspended the flights of helicopters to rescue people trapped in the State of Uttarakhand.
Meanwhile, the troops built temporary bridges to be able to move people to a safe place by road.
During the last six days, around 10,000 army soldiers and paramilitaries, members of the India disaster management agency, have managed to rescue more than 80.000 people, said Amit Chandola, a spokesman for the State Government.
Several citizen volunteers in all India, have also contributed with clothes, food, blankets and money for the residents of Uttarakhand, whose homes have been destroyed by floods as a result of the early rains that were expected in July.
The changing weather conditions have affected several Nations in recent weeks. Several tornadoes left several deaths and millionaire damages in the southern United States and Northern Mexico. While the floods in Central and Eastern Europe left some dead, thousands of refugees and millions of dollars in losses.