This state is facing corona and natural disaster together
This state is facing corona and natural disaster together

The outbreak of Coronavirus has affected every state of India. To stop this, PM Modi has lockdown till May 3. The same is the dark shadow of the Novel Corona virus in Tripura as well as the torrential rains on Wednesday have completely affected the life of the state. More than 5000 houses have been damaged due to nature's wrath in half the district across the state. Some have been completely destroyed and some have been partially damaged. A large number of trees and plants have also been damaged. The administration is assessing this loss.

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Following the rules of lockdown and physical distance, Tripura residents are already rusting with the Coronavirus, whereas today, hailstorms and torrential rains with strong thunderstorms have wreaked havoc on them. On Thursday morning, State Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb visited the affected areas of the state. He also took stock of the rescue and relief operations of the affected people. The Chief Minister interacted with the people present there, taking stock of various areas of Sepahijala district. He also distributed funds among the public in some areas for immediate relief.

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Amid the virus and nature disaster, the Chief Minister on Wednesday night ordered the Chief Secretary of the state to expedite rescue and relief work in the affected areas. He also spoke to the DMs of the affected districts. Heavy rains, thunderstorms and torrential rains have caused more damage in Sepahijala and Khowai districts of the state. According to the district administration, 17 relief camps have been set up at different places in Sepahijala district. 4200 people have been kept in these.

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