Arunachal: Restoration work on in 6 villages of Tezu after storm wreaks havoc
Massive restoration work is on in at least six villages under Tezu legislative assembly constituency in Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh after heavy rains followed by cyclonic storms lashed through
Massive restoration work is on in at least six villages under Tezu legislative assembly constituency in Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh after heavy rains followed by cyclonic storms lashed through these areas causing destruction.
The six villages are Koraliang, Pomliang, Huchaling, Loiliang, Lohitpur and Shivajinagar.
Tezu MLA Karikho Kri who is overseeing the restoration works also informed that certain areas in the army brigade and ITBP camp have also come under the impact of the storm.
Several trees were uprooted thereby severely affecting road communication and power and telecom services. JCBs and other heavy vehicles are used for the restoration of the road network, the MLA informed.
“The storm hit six villages around 5 on the evening of April 15. The basic amenities like water supply, electricity connections, and road communication were damaged by the heavy rains accompanied by the storm. The restoration work has been started right after the storm decreased. Even today, the work is on since morning,” MLA Kri said.
First Published: 16th April, 2022 19:32 IST
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