DIMA HASAO: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Tuesday said that a central team will visit the flood and landslides hit Dima Hasao on 27 May. The Central team will conduct a damage assessment study on the disaster that hit the hill district and later will submit a report to the Central and state government. The Chief Minister said almost all roads, irrigation schemes, water supply schemes, hanging bridges, and power supply in the district have been badly damaged by the natural disaster.
“The developing works that had been done in districts for last five to ten years are almost damaged,” he added. Sarma said that the state government officials and engineers will visit Haflong soon to survey the damages such as road, bridge, land etc and will submit a report to the government. “After the details reports, the government will re-build and construct the damages with new schemes,” Sarma said.