The instability over northeast India is likely to continue over the week triggering thundery activities in the northeastern states. Heavy to very heavy rain and thunderstorms are likely over Arunachal Pradesh.
Where heavy rains continued to wreak havoc in Arunachal Pradesh including the twin capital cities of Itanagar and Naharlagun, on the other hand Regional Meteorological Centre, Guwahati predicted more rainfall in the region.
So far, the rain related disaster has claimed two lives in Tawang district and a person is missing in cloudburst-hit Singchung area of West Kameng district, Disaster Management Director Kanto Danggen said on Monday.
Two houses, including a government quarter, were damaged in West Kameng and another dwelling was collapsed in West Siang district due to incessant rainfall. There were, however, no reports of any human casualty, he informed.
An SPT house of one Dal Bahadur of Tenga Valley was damaged due to landslide, a type -II quarter of Power Department located at Balemu totally collapsed, the Director informed, adding that the road got blocked in between Balemu to Shikaridanga. In West Siang, one house at Panya village was collapsed due to continuous rain.
In the worst-hit Lower Dibang Valley, relief materials for the flood affected people reached Tarotamak Ghat for further distribution among the flood victims of Paglam sub-division, informed the Disaster Management Director, while adding that the district HQs Roing has been reeling under darkness for three days. In contrast, electricity has been restored at Anini in Dibang Valley district after a gap of six days.
In Tawang, an under construction protection wall at Jangdo Pere Gompa, Jang was totally washed out due to heavy and continuous rain. In Changlang, few households in Jyotipur and Dumpani villages have been affected due to the spillage of water from the Noa-Dehing river. The damage assessment team is on the ground and detailed report is awaited, he added.
It is to mention that several dwelling houses have also been collapse in the capital complex and other parts of district and the commuters have been facing lots of insolvencies due to road blockage and collapse of portion of National highway and other roads in various places.
Today at early morning due to landslide have damaged a RCC building of Pate Tara at E Sector area of Naharlagun.
Few households in Jyotipur and Dumpani village have been affected due to the spillage of water from the river Noa Dihang. Damage assessment team is on the ground and detail report is awaited. No families required to be evacuated.
Although there are partial damages of road formation, landslides and slushy muds on road . Traffic open through stretches of NH 415.
One SPT house of Shri Dal Bahadur of Tenga Valley damaged due to landslide. Type -II quarter of Power Department at Balemu totally collapsed. No causalities reported. Road blocked in between Balemu to Shikaridanga.
One dwelling house at Panya village under west Siang district collapsed due to continuous rain. However no casualties reported.
Lower Dibang Valley
Relief Materials for the flood victims reached Tarotamak ghat for further distribution to the flood victims of Paglam Sub-division. Roing reeling under darkness since 3 days.
Tawang– Under Construction Protection wall at jangdo Pere Gompa at Jang is totally washed out due to heavy and continuous rain.
Dibang Valley– Electricity restored back in Anini after 6 days.