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Relief for landslide-hit families

Superintendent of police in Mon district Yangba Konyak along with SDPO Tia visited Tanlao ward and donated Rs. 50,000 as relief to the affected families and Rs. 15,000, to the Edith Douglas School. 

The SP handed over the cash relief to the Ward President and the Principal Edith Douglas School respectively at old Edith Douglas School compound on Wednesday in the presences of GBs, Ward leaders and public of Tanlao ward.

Yangba lauded the unity, support and cooperation of the colony people exhibited in times of such tragedy especially for not hampering the regular classes of the Edith Douglas School despite complete damage of the School building, shifting and alternative arrangement of the School in such a short time.

The Ward Chairman also explained how landslide and sinking has affected the colony compelling many families to evacuate. He also requested the SP to disseminate the suffering of the colony to the authority and suggested for complete shifting of the colony with the assistance and support of the Government.  He also appreciated the District Administration and the DEF, Mon for their relief, support and concern shown to the people of Tanlao ward in times of such disaster. 

 

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