Lohit, East Siang, Tawang and Lower Dibang are the most affected districts, an official report said.
A report from Tawang district bordering China said the continuous downpour has triggered major landslides at seven places in the district causing loss of property. Two persons sustained injuries in the landslides and were undergoing treatment at Lumla Primary Health Centre, the report said.

Two major points affected by the landslides at Kudung and Thongleng villages were being cleared, BRO sources said.
DC Duly Kamduk has instructed all the departments to assess and submit damage reports immediately with many places like Lumla, Zemithang and Dudunghar being cut-off from the rest of the state.

The flood-like situation in Lohit district has also worsened in the past three days as all the rivers in and around Tezu and Sunpura circles are flowing above the danger mark, the official report said .

Local MLA Mohesh Chai, accompanied by SDO G Hazarika, departmental officials, police and search and rescue team, has rushed to the affected areas. 500 affected villagers have been evacuated from their houses and moved them to relief camps.

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