The flood situation in Manipur has shown marginal improvement on Tuesday even though some areas are still inundated under flood water.
Meanwhile the State Government is using all its machineries towards extending maximum help to the flood victims and is keeping a strict vigil to control the situation both in the hills and the valley.
As per the directorate of Relief and Disaster Management, as many as 51,689 victims from different flood affected areas were evacuated till Monday evening.
Altogether 174 relief camps with 59,170 inmates taking shelter were opened providing assistance and distributing relief materials including essential commodities like rice, dal, edible oil, candle, mosquito coil, match boxes among others.
According to official reports as many as 23,456 houses were damaged in the flood till now.
While the flood has claimed seven lives with one person still reported missing, as many as 400 animals have died till now and 3,947 hectares of agricultural land damaged in the State.
Following the incessant rainfall in the past few days, several parts of the valley and hill districts like Imphal West, Imphal East, Thoubal, Bishnupur, Kakching, Kamjong, Jiribam, Churachandpur, Pherzawl and Kangpokpi were affected.
Meanwhile, defence teams of Army/Indian Navy/Air Force, paramilitary forces, engineers of Assam Rifles, teams of SDRF and state police are also actively taking part in the relief and rescue operation.
Twenty-four medical camps are providing immediate medical assistance to the flood affected people in the State.