Cyclone Remal Triggers Flooding In Manipur, Impacts Nearly 1.9 Lakh In Northeast — IN PICS

By aipaisa.com Jun1,2024


Persistent rainfall, triggered by Cyclone Remal, has caused widespread flooding across multiple districts in Manipur, prompting the state government to launch active rescue and relief operations. (Source: PTI)

Three people have died and thousands have been impacted by floods resulting from continuous downpours in the Imphal valley, officials reported, as per news agency PTI. (Source: PTI)

Three people have died and thousands have been impacted by floods resulting from continuous downpours in the Imphal valley, officials reported, as per news agency PTI. (Source: PTI)

Manipur’s Minister for Water Resources and Relief & Disaster Management, Awangbou Newmai, announced on Thursday evening that a total of 1,88,143 people have been affected by the floods in the northeastern state, and at least 24,265 houses have been damaged. (Source: PTI)

Manipur’s Minister for Water Resources and Relief & Disaster Management, Awangbou Newmai, announced on Thursday evening that a total of 1,88,143 people have been affected by the floods in the northeastern state, and at least 24,265 houses have been damaged. (Source: PTI)

Security personnel during rescue and relief work at a flood-affected area in the aftermath of Cyclone 'Remal', in Imphal. (Source: PTI)

Security personnel during rescue and relief work at a flood-affected area in the aftermath of Cyclone ‘Remal’, in Imphal. (Source: PTI)

Flooded Khuman Lampak Stadium following heavy rainfall in the aftermath of Cyclone Remal, in Aizawl. (Source: PTI)

Flooded Khuman Lampak Stadium following heavy rainfall in the aftermath of Cyclone Remal, in Aizawl. (Source: PTI)

Rescuers provide food to victims of flood caused by incessant rainfall in the aftermath of Cyclone 'Remal', in Imphal. (Source: PTI)

Rescuers provide food to victims of flood caused by incessant rainfall in the aftermath of Cyclone ‘Remal’, in Imphal. (Source: PTI)

According to a government directive, citizens have been advised to remain indoors unless faced with an emergency. (Source: PTI)

According to a government directive, citizens have been advised to remain indoors unless faced with an emergency. (Source: PTI)

Rescue workers escort people to a higher place in a flooded area, at Khuman Lampak in Imphal. (Source: PTI)

Rescue workers escort people to a higher place in a flooded area, at Khuman Lampak in Imphal. (Source: PTI)

Assam Rifles personnel with others during a rescue and relief operation Jaltarang at a flood-affected area in the aftermath of cyclone Remal, in Imphal city. (Source: PTI)

Assam Rifles personnel with others during a rescue and relief operation Jaltarang at a flood-affected area in the aftermath of cyclone Remal, in Imphal city. (Source: PTI)

People walk through a flooded street following rains after the landfall of Cyclone 'Remal', in Imphal. (Source: PTI)

People walk through a flooded street following rains after the landfall of Cyclone ‘Remal’, in Imphal. (Source: PTI)

Published at : 31 May 2024 06:35 PM (IST)



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