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Rs 15 lakh each for Arunachal flood victims

By The Assam Tribune
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ITANAGAR, Sept 6 - The Arunachal Pradesh Disaster Management Department has sanctioned an amount of Rs 15 lakh each for victims, who lost their houses in the Siang river flood fury at Mebo subdivision in East Siang district.

The relief assistance will be deposited in the bank accounts of the victims, an official release stated today.

Disaster Management Secretary Bidol Tayeng, accompanied by Director Kanto Danggen, visited the flood-affected villages of Mebo subdivision along with local MLA Lombo Tayeng on Wednesday. The team visited the eroded river banks at Borguli, Seram, Namsing, Ralling and Sigar villages and interacted with the flood victims.

The group, however, could not reach some areas like the Partung riverine island due to turbulent currents in the river, officials said. Over 1,000 families living along the river bank have been affected at Mebo, Tayeng had said last week.

East Siang DC Tamiyo Tatak has been asked to immediately assess agricultural land and crop damage caused by erosion. Construction of spurs at crucial junctions has been identified as a solution to protect the villages from further damage.

The Siang river has receded, though insignificantly, the officials said. Chief Minister Pema Khandu has also urged Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh to depute an inter-ministerial team to assess the damage. � PTI

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Rs 15 lakh each for Arunachal flood victims

ITANAGAR, Sept 6 - The Arunachal Pradesh Disaster Management Department has sanctioned an amount of Rs 15 lakh each for victims, who lost their houses in the Siang river flood fury at Mebo subdivision in East Siang district.

The relief assistance will be deposited in the bank accounts of the victims, an official release stated today.

Disaster Management Secretary Bidol Tayeng, accompanied by Director Kanto Danggen, visited the flood-affected villages of Mebo subdivision along with local MLA Lombo Tayeng on Wednesday. The team visited the eroded river banks at Borguli, Seram, Namsing, Ralling and Sigar villages and interacted with the flood victims.

The group, however, could not reach some areas like the Partung riverine island due to turbulent currents in the river, officials said. Over 1,000 families living along the river bank have been affected at Mebo, Tayeng had said last week.

East Siang DC Tamiyo Tatak has been asked to immediately assess agricultural land and crop damage caused by erosion. Construction of spurs at crucial junctions has been identified as a solution to protect the villages from further damage.

The Siang river has receded, though insignificantly, the officials said. Chief Minister Pema Khandu has also urged Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh to depute an inter-ministerial team to assess the damage. � PTI

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