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Noa Dihing erosion poses threat to five Arunachal villages

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ITANAGAR, July 24 - Heavy riverbank erosion along the right bank of the Noa Dihing river has been continuing unabated at Shantipur, Jyotipur, Dumpani, Udaipur and Mudoidweep villages of Changlang district in Arunachal Pradesh, posing a grave threat to the life and property of the people residing along the riverbank.

A report from the State Disaster Management Department said large swathes of agriculture and horticulture crop fields were washed away and a house is on the verge of collapse and a few more are under threat.

Low-lying areas of Dumpani village have been inundated with floodwaters and a braided channel of the Noa Dihing has become unfit to cross at Dumpani. Two houses were surrounded by water at the village, but the dwellers have been shifted to safer places.

The situation is still critical at Udaipur village, which is located in proximity to the right bank of the Noa Dihing river. The entire village is threatened if erosion and lateral migration of the bank continue, said the report.

Reports of heavy landslides were also received from West Kameng district where a road blockade occurred at a place located 2 km ahead of Palizi towards Ramda under the Thrizino Circle.

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Noa Dihing erosion poses threat to five Arunachal villages

ITANAGAR, July 24 - Heavy riverbank erosion along the right bank of the Noa Dihing river has been continuing unabated at Shantipur, Jyotipur, Dumpani, Udaipur and Mudoidweep villages of Changlang district in Arunachal Pradesh, posing a grave threat to the life and property of the people residing along the riverbank.

A report from the State Disaster Management Department said large swathes of agriculture and horticulture crop fields were washed away and a house is on the verge of collapse and a few more are under threat.

Low-lying areas of Dumpani village have been inundated with floodwaters and a braided channel of the Noa Dihing has become unfit to cross at Dumpani. Two houses were surrounded by water at the village, but the dwellers have been shifted to safer places.

The situation is still critical at Udaipur village, which is located in proximity to the right bank of the Noa Dihing river. The entire village is threatened if erosion and lateral migration of the bank continue, said the report.

Reports of heavy landslides were also received from West Kameng district where a road blockade occurred at a place located 2 km ahead of Palizi towards Ramda under the Thrizino Circle.

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