29th Jun 2022 11:06:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

Yupia, Jun 29: Rescue and Search Operation for two missing persons from Huto village who drowned in  heavy flood in the Hollongi river, could not be retrieved even after two days of massive operations.   District Disaster Management Officer, Papum Pare  Nima Tashi,   informed that Rescue and Relief operations were suspended for the day due to bad weather conditions. District Disaster Management team, SDRF, NDRF along with local volunteers and Aapda Mitras had resumed the operation early morning today. 
Meanwhile,  immediate relief as per the policy and rules of the State Government of Rs. 3800 and other relief items were provided to five affected persons whose houses were completely damaged under Huto Panachayat from the District Disaster Management Authority and local administration led by ADC, Balijan and in addition to these necessary advisories were also given to them to stay in safer places  and designated relief camps.
After prolonged search operations, dead body of Momita Chakma, 27  who was buried under landslide debris at Chakma Camp-01 under Balijan circle was also retrieved, taking  the dead toll to  three under Balijan circle in Papum Pare District.

Kenter Joya Riba

(Managing Editor)
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