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Channel migration of Jiri river destroys vast area of Manipur land

by Md Mahin Laskar
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IT Correspondent
Jiribam, May 16:

Jiri river wiped out vast areas of Manipur land in the recent flood water. Many houses were destroyed and washed away by the flood water in the different low-lying areas of Jiribam District.
Recently, the Jiri river water receded as the rain stop, but the hovac which caused by the flood water is immense in Kamranga village which lies under Hilghat Gram Panchayat of Jiribam District.
It has witness, a vast areas of Manipur State land has been cut-off by the channel migration of Jiri river.
Nearby 4 to 5 hectare of land at Khutchoi khup were now surrounded by the flood water of Jiri river.
Local expected the recent channel migration of Jiri river might sift the vast areas of Manipur State land to Assam State which is on the other side of Jiri river.
People who were affected by the flood water are still at relief camp.
The Jiribam District administration continuously monitoring the situation of flood-affected places and channel migration of the Jiri river.
As of now, 60 houses were affected by the flood water. Around 340 people were out of their houses and 4 houses were washed away.
Relief materials were also provided by the district administration and local bodies at the relief camp.

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