Incessant rains have been causing havoc in some parts of Nagaland since July.
According to reports, 12 people have lost their lives and more than 3000 families have been displaced in around 400 villages.
Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio appealed to the Central government to help the flood affected state.
#Nagaland needs your #help. Incessant rain has caused floods & landslides in several parts of the state & have affected many. #Relief #helpinghand #NorthEast @PMOIndia @narendramodi @HMOIndia @rajnathsingh @KirenRijiju @MDoNER_India @DrJitendraSingh pic.twitter.com/OC3fmLYCcB— Neiphiu Rio (@Neiphiu_Rio) August 29, 2018
Reportedly, the state government has also demanded ₹219 crore as immediate help from the Centre.
Unprecedented rains over the past few months have caused landslides and sinking zones, creating immense damage to life and property all over the state.
With a rainfall departure of -28%, #Nagaland is braving #floods. Twelve people have already died & thousands displaced. As per the state chief secretary: “The damage this year is unprecedented in the history.” State is seeking Centre's help. #Monsoon https://t.co/k697HebRRd pic.twitter.com/R05Fit7FKb— Nidhi Jamwal (@JamwalNidhi) August 30, 2018
After Kerala, Nagaland needs our help and it is time that the state gets the needed attention.
This is how you can help the flood victims by donating to the CM's relief fund.
Thank you for your concern towards #Nagaland and for your willingness to help. Details are below, for the information of those who have asked for bank account details.#help #relief #helpinghand #NorthEast pic.twitter.com/EYFfZk38ap— Neiphiu Rio (@Neiphiu_Rio) August 29, 2018