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Flood still affect various part of Imphal valley, state highway remains under threat of landslide

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Imphal, July 6: Various part of the valley areas are still facing grievances inconveniences due to the flash flood from the recent non-stop rain.
In Imphal valley, people of Nongmeibung, Imphal-East under Porompat Police Station is one of the areas which is facing huge issues due to the flood which seems to getting worst day by day.
Locals of the Nongmeibung claims that the flood has been cause by the water flowed in from the culvert after the water from the drainage overflowed due to the raising water level of the nearby rivers from the recent non-stop rains in the state including Nongmeibung and its surrounding areas.
Due to the flood people are taking shelter at relief camps opened for the flood affected people in the surrounding areas where around 250 people from more than 40 families are taking shelter at the camp.
Ayush medical team for flood affected areas have also organised medical camp at the relief camp open at Thamchet High School, Wangkhei Angom Leikai in Impha East since Julu 2, 2017.
More than 100 people have taken the benefit of the medical camp till the filing of this report.
More than 20/30 families are still unable to reach the camp due to the flood.
Meanwhile, civil societies, NGOs’, clubs and organsisations have distributed edible items to the flood affected families and household at various part of the flood affected areas in the state.
HDFC Bank also distributed relief materials to the flood affected people of Porompat Muslim and Porompat Thawanthaba Leikai. Rice, pulses, grains, edible oils and salt package were among the distributed relief materials.
On the other hand, various part of state which has been affected by the flash flood still waits for help from government side as many have been facing the lack of proper drinking water, electricity problems and sufficient supply of foods items and daily needs materials.
It may be mention that many of the houses, thousands of acres of paddy fields and farms have been submerged under water due to the flood.
Water level of various rivers are also running high threatening to create more floods in the coming days if rains continuous to shower in the state.
Due to the non-stop rain in the state, most of the main highways connecting other states with Manipur have also been badly hit including landslides and still remains under threat.

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