25th May 2020 11:05:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

Bishnu Rana

TEZU, May 25:  As heavy rainfall for last few days in the catchment hills of Lohit valley, several streams and rivers have swelled abruptly. The district administration under District Disaster Management Task Force (DDMTF) rescued two girls from the upstream of Tezu Nallah near Shivajinagar trapped in the middle of the river.
When contacted Superintendent of Police DW Thongon briefef about the ordeal and said that the two local girls were crossing the river on their way from Tafragam to Shivajinagar when the river water started rapidly rising and trapped them in the middle of the river putting their lives at risk. 
“When I received the message, my DSP Thutam Jumba and his team of police rushed to the spot timely with elephant and rescued them”, the SP informed.
Earlier the Lohit district administration also issued a ‘monsoon advisory’ on the onset of monsoon, for the safety of all the general public cautioning to refrain themselves from venturing into rivers for fishing, swimming etc to avoid any eventualities.

Kenter Joya Riba

(Managing Editor)
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