Landslide triggered by rain swept away two buildings, one bus and car at Aizawl's Zemabawk locality.

Massive landslide triggered by rain swept away two buildings, one bus and car at Aizawl’s Zemabawk locality on the northeastern outskirts of the capital of Mizoram on Tuesday, police said

No casualty has been reported, they said.

According to police, the incident occurred around 3:30 pm on Tuesday when the already landslide hit area slid again sweeping away a three-storey concrete building and an Assam Type building, both already emptied.

One empty bus and a car have also been swept away and one building collapsed due to the landslide, the police said.

Many families, who resided at the area, were evacuated to safer places, they said.

Zemabawk falls under Aizawl East-I constituency where chief minister Zoramthanga was elected.

Zoramthanga and disaster management and rehabilitation minister Lalchamliana visited the site on Tuesday evening and held a meeting with local leaders.

The chief minister said that rehabilitation will be provided to the victim families as per the existing laws.

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