Greater than 200 homes, together with a church in Kolasib and Mamit districts of northern Mizoram, have been broken by the extreme storm, which was accompanied by heavy rain and hailstorm. An official gave this info on Sunday.
Nonetheless, no casualty was reported within the storm that hit each the districts on Saturday night.
In accordance with a preliminary report, no less than 220 homes and a church constructing have been broken in Kolasib district and round 18 homes have been broken in a village in Mamit district close to the Assam border.
He mentioned that greater than 40 homes have been utterly broken by the storm. He mentioned the detailed report is awaited.
In accordance with the official, Pangbalkaw village in Kolasib district was the worst affected as no less than 130 homes have been broken there, together with a constructing of a Salvation Military church.
He mentioned that round 27 homes within the village have been utterly broken. In the meantime, Kolasib meeting constituency MLA and Provides Minister Okay. Lalrinliana on Sunday visited the storm-hit villages to take inventory of the scenario.
The minister assured assist from the federal government to the victims.
Official sources mentioned that as per the directions of Chief Minister Zoramthanga, Lalrinliana additionally knowledgeable that the households whose roofs have been blown away within the storm can be supplied with tin roofs instantly.
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