The inter-ministerial central team will hold meetings with the council and district administration

The inter-ministerial central team will hold meetings with the council and district administration

Haflong: To assess the loss and damage of Dima Hasao, the Interior Ministry’s Inter-Ministry Central Team (IMCT), New Delhi attended Hufflong’s Deputy Secretary’s meeting on Saturday with Nandita Gorrosa, MLA, Haflong, ST (LAC). Attend.

The PowerPoint presentation was prepared to give a summary of the internal Dima Hasao location scenario and the damage caused to the resources and property under the department. Staff from the income and settlement departments, water resources, irrigation, agriculture, education, people with disabilities, PHE, APDCL, power networks, health care, soil conservation and railroads attended.

Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Nazleen Ahmed told the central team that 2,086 homes were completely damaged and 337 were partially damaged in Dima Hasao as the recent torrential rains affected the entire district. .. The report may go up. 1,407 people have lost their homes or have been forced to stay in relief camps. 674 animals were affected, 107 were washed away, and 2,403.42 hectares of farmland were affected.

According to the agricultural sector, 6,475 farmers are affected. Crops such as sugar cane, areca nuts, pineapples, oranges, lychees, assam lemons, coconuts, bananas and summer vegetables are severely damaged by landslides, submersion or subsidence. Approximately 3 chlores of assets and infrastructure for rainwater harvesting structures, roads and land erosion have been identified by the potentially rising agricultural sector.

Assam Power Distribution Corporation Ltd (APDCL) reported that the electrical networks under the three subdivisions Haflong ESD, Maivan and Maher were severely affected, resulting in a loss of approximately Rs. 3.5 Chlore. Power recovery work is underway, but some have not yet been evaluated.

Thirteen schools were completely destroyed, one of which was a junior high school, two of which were high schools, and 10 of which were junior high schools. A total of 62 schools, including secondary, lower primary and upper primary, are partially affected in different parts of the district.