Meghalaya authorities has sought monetary help of Rs 300 crore from the Centre to satisfy the losses sustained by flood and landslides. Meghalaya and the neighbouring Assam have been hit by heavy rains and floods. Fifty-two individuals have died within the two states, and practically 44 lakh individuals have been displaced.
Meghalaya authorities has written to the ministry of dwelling affairs in search of monetary help of Rs 300 crore.
Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Ok Sangma together with state Residence Minister Lahkmen Rymbui at present inspected the broken portion of NH6 at Lum Shnong in East Jaintia Hills.
The land commute between Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya to a few neighbouring states of Assam, Mizoram, and Tripura has been disrupted for the previous three days as a consequence of a number of landslides within the Lum Shnong space.
An alternate route has been recognized by way of Star Cement Premises in Lum Shnong, which is open just for smaller automobiles. Throughout his go to to the affected space, Chief Minister interacted with truck drivers, who’ve been stranded within the space, and warranted them that the administration will prolong all potential help.
The Chief Minister mentioned that efforts are being made to revive the street hyperlink within the subsequent 48 – 72 hours, nevertheless, it’s topic to climate situations. He mentioned that the restoration work is getting hampered as a result of steady rainfall.
“All efforts are being made to revive the complete broken portion of the street to make sure accessibility. Nonetheless, there’s a enormous problem, because the rain shouldn’t be stopping. Because the rain recedes and the stream of the water is diverted, the affected space could be restored,” the Chief Minister mentioned.