Mizoram flood situation improves, water level recedes in Tlawng and Langkaih rivers

Disaster Management and Rehabilitation department officials said though the water level of Tlawng and Langkaih river in Lunglei district has started receding but still 500 families were displaced.

Published: 16th June 2018 06:47 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th June 2018 06:47 PM   |  A+A-

In Mizoram, hundreds of families have been affected by flash floods and landslides in four districts including Aizawl. (Photo | EPS)

By PTI

AIZAWL: The flood situation in Mizoram improved today with the water level of river Tlawng and Langkaih receding, officials said.

Disaster Management and Rehabilitation department officials said though the water level of Tlawng and Langkaih river in Lunglei district has started receding but still 500 families were displaced and a number of houses still under the water.

Meanwhile, Aizawl to Lunglei (via Thenzawl) road, was again blocked at Mualthuam village in Lunglei district a few hours after the PWD officials cleared the massive landslide near Ramlaitui last night.

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