Manipur, West Bengal and Odisha are witnessing havoc as flash floods and landslides have claimed lives of around 60 people in the three states, according to NDTV. Along with the loss of lives, several houses have been swept away and properties damaged.
Following the landslide in Manipur's Chandel district on Satuday, which killed at least 21 people, the Centre directed the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) to immediately launch resuce operations in the state.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has assured Manipur Chief Minister, O Ibobi Singh, that the state will get all assistance from the Central government.
Pictures and videos of the disaster suggests that the rescue operation will be a really challenging one.
Not only Manipur, several parts of West Bengal and Odisha have also been badly affected by the floods, which is supposed to be the aftermath of cyclone "Komen".
Several pictures and videos have been coming up which show the scale of the disaster as houses are swept away, bridges are seen collapsing and roads getting cracked.
Several pictures of destruction show massive crack in the roads.
It is being said that this has been the worst flood in Manipur since the last 200 years.
Reports state that at least 39 people have died in West Bengal and almost one lakh people have taken shelter in relief camps.