Wildfire in Dzüko Range forests on Manipur-Nagaland border, CM Biren Singh sought help from NDRF and Army

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New Delhi :

The forests of Dzüko Range, located on the border of Manipur-Nagaland, famous for its natural beauty, have caught fire. Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh tweeted this video last night, calling it extremely unfortunate. The fire is so terrible that it can also be seen from Nagima, the capital of Nagaland. The Manipur government on Thursday sought the help of the Indian Army and the NDRF to overcome the fire in the forests of the Dzüko Range on Tuesday after it spread to the Senapati district of Manipur.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah has taken cognizance of the fire in the forests of Dzüko Range. The Home Minister talked to Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh over the phone and assured of help. The Chief Minister gave this information by tweeting. He tweeted that Union Home Minister Amit Shah called and inquired about the fire situation in the forests of Dzüko valley. Amit Shah has assured to provide all necessary support to bring the situation under control at the earliest.

Singh on Thursday conducted an aerial survey of the Senapati district in the Dzüko Range and took stock of the situation. During this time he was also present with the Chief Secretary of the state, Dr. Rajesh Kumar and Director General of Police LM Khoute. The Dzüko Valley is on the border of Nagaland and Manipur. A government statement said that the Manipur government has sought help from the NDRF to control the fire. Also, help has been sought from the Indian Army and Assam Rifles.

The Dazuko Range is counted as one of the most beautiful places in Manipur. According to officials, the fire has caused huge damage to the biodiversity of the region. According to CM Biren Singh, this fire was started two or three days ago. This valley is also known as Valley of Flowers. This fire has caused great damage to the biodiversity there.

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