The flood situation at East Siang district in Arunachal Pradesh continues to be grim. 

The mighty Siang River continues to flow above the danger level mark. 

Rising water levels of the Siang River have resulted in floods and erosion in the district. 

Incessant rainfall over the past few days have resulted in the rise of Siang River’s water level. 

Landslides have also been reported from several locations in the district causing disruption in vehicular movement. 

The road connecting Pasighat with Pangin has also been affected. 

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Restoration work of the Pasighat-Pangin road is underway to ensure hassle free movement of vehicles. 

On the other hand, nearly 200 metres of the National Highway 13 near the Siluk War Memorial have also suffered partial damage and is reeling under flood waters. 

Several other major roads in East Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh have also suffered damage or are submerged due to the flood waters.  

Meanwhile, the East Siang district administration has asked the people to monitor the flood situation. 

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