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Benefit for landslide hit

The landslide-hit school and college goers in Nagaland will get monetary compensation. The Angami Students' Union (SASU) has asked the affected students on the NH-29 Phesama landslide to avail of their accommodation allowance from Monday onwards. 

Home Minister, Y Patton has provided Rs 5,50,000 to the 1075 affected students of St. Joseph College, Jakhama, Japfü Christian College, Kigwema, St. Paul School, Phesama, Loyola School, Jakhama and Government High School Kigwema. 

SASU President Teisovi said the allowances will be provided to the students in their respective schools and colleges.

 

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