ITANAGAR, JUNE 06: A massive landslide triggered by heavy downpour in the Deepak Nabam Living home ( a home for no home) here at Senki view, Ganga has hit hard in its daily day to day activities for more than one hundred fifty inmates. Informed Deepak Nabam.
Nabam inform the press that a massive landslide triggered by heavy rain in wee hours on Sunday has damaged several infrastructure in the campus including the temporary kitchen, wash room and a sets of pipelines for washing of utensils and hand washing system.
Since the place where the landslide has taken place earlier was utilized for other purpose and it was good luck that during the incident it was night hours and the temporary structure build was utilized for temporary kitchen and washing place. He informed.
This institute is for the people who has no hope with future, drug addict, helpless people, mentally retarded people and widow “ A home for no home: is totally functioning on the basis of support from the well-wishers, likeminded people and cooperation of general public. He said.
Since the debris and slide is huge and it would not be possible from my side instantly and sought support for the disaster management authority and well-wisher to clear the campus. Nabam added.
Since covid pandemic is also threatening globally so all the inmates are indoor so remain safe and secure from the infection of the coronavirus. He further said.
Yamra welfare society (YWS) Chairman Yamara Taya, social activist Pai Gyadi also visited the landslide at Deepak Nabam living home and urge upon the capital administration, disaster management authority and well-wishers to come forward and help such organization who are serving the needy people and during the hours of need.