Relief goods have been dispatched for those affected in the landslide and all those involved in the rescue work at Tupul in Noney district, Manipur, where the landslide claimed 34 lives, left several others critically injured and 28 more people missing so far.
The Imphal West district police in association with the Bazar Community dispatched relief material to SP Noney at 8.40 am Sunday, for the state police teams, SDRF, NDRF, local people, volunteers, government officials and others involved in the search and rescue operation at Tupul.
The relief goods included three bags of sugar, over 80 boxes of biscuits and cakes, 50 packages of drinking water 500 ml, one box Gozila, 1000 disposable glass, 40 boxes of fruit juice, six kg of tea leaf, 200 pieces of soaps and two boxes of walter ORS, the police said.
The joint rescue operation continued for the fourth day in search of the missing persons on Sunday. The rescue operation is being carried out by personnel of the Army, Manipur Police, SDRF, NDRF and several volunteers.