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EAST SIANG DDMA

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DISTRICT PROFILE

INTRODUCTION:

                                East Siang  District comprising  of  4005  sqkms  in area lies between  27° 3  and  29°  42   north Latitude and 94°  42 and 95°  35  East  longitude  in the state  of Arunachal Pradesh. The District is mostly hilly & mountainous. However, it has plain areas at the foothills which form part of Brahmaputra Valley in Assam. Pasighat, established in 1911 by the British, the head quarter of East Siang District is one of the oldest town of Arunachal Pradesh.

             The total population of the District as per 2011 census is 81,882 and the density of population is 27 persons per sq km. The prevailing sex ratio of the district is 983 female per 1000 males and literacy rate stand at 54.28%.

TOPOGRAPHY:-

                        It is bounded by Siang and Upper Siang District in the North, Dhemaji District in Assam in the South, Lower Dibang Valley District in the East and West Siang District in the west. The topography of the district is mountainous toward its north but gradually descending southward in the wide strip of plains meeting the boundary of Assam. The mighty river Siang flowing through the district has numerous tributaries of which, Poglek,Siku, Sibiya, Sisar, Sido, Simen, Dobu, Sirki, Kemi, and Sille are the main streams. The name of the district is derived from the mighty Siang river which becomes Brahumputra in Assam when it is joined by rivers vizBuriDihing, Lohit, Dibang and others.

SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE OF THE DISTRICT:-

                          The main tribes of the district are Adi, Galo , Mishing & Idu-Mishmi. The main crops of Agriculture and Horticulture are paddy, Maize, Orange, Millet, Mustard, Dal, Black-Pepper, Turmeric, Potato, Sweet-potato, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Pumpkin, Tea, Cardamom, Drumsticks, Chilly, Ladies finger, Soya-bean, green-bean, lettuce, tomato, Banana, pineapple, Mango, Papaya, Lemon, Lime, Guava, Sugarcane, Jackfruit, cucumber, star-fruit, lychee, Pamello, Gooseberry etc. The total agriculture cultivation area of the district is 36,290.9 hectares and Horticulture cultivation area of the district is 8,249 hectares as per Agriculture and Horticulture Department. East Siang as a whole is a disaster prone district. It is vulnerable to major natural hazards like Earthquake, Cyclone, Flood, Flash-Flood, Cloud burst, Drought and manmade disasters like fire accident, road accident, etc.

HOUSING PATTERN AND SETTLEMENT: –

                The Adi traditional houses are constructed with bamboo, woods, canes and leaves (locally it is called Toko Pata (Leaves) we can consider the house as Kuccha house. The houses are raised well above the ground with the help of stilts. They construct their houses either on the plain level ground or on the sloping ground. Since the living conditions are very tough in this area, the houses of the tribes are constructed to meet the challenge of nature.

While Multi-storied, RCC building etc. are usually constructed by the people leaving in urban areas for commercial as well as for residential purposes.

ACTIVITIES

Dated: 1 Septemeber 2020 : Honble CM & Minister fro the Center Inspected flood damages caused by the ravaging Siang river in #EastSiang district of Mebo area in Namsing circle

DO’s & DONT’s

EARTHQUAKE

1. Make your house earthquake resistant and secure heavy furniture and objects
2. Choose a couple of family meeting place; pick easy to identify, open and accessible places that you can easily reach. Prepare to be self-sufficient for a minimum of three days.
3. If inside, stay inside.”DROP, COVER, and HOLD! Drop under firm furniture. Cover as much of your head and upper body as you can. Hold onto the furniture. Move to an inside wall and sit with your back to the wall, bring your knees to your chest and cover your head. Stay away from mirror and window. Do not exit the building during the shaking.
4. If outdoors, move to an open area away from all structures, especially buildings, bridges, and overhead power lines.
5. objects and other hazards above and around you. Check yourself for injuries.
6. Anticipate aftershocks, especially if the shaking lasted longer than two minutes.
7. Stay out of damaged buildings. Listen to the radio or watch local TV for emergency information and additional safety instructions.

The crack of quake. All our hopes shake,

FIRE

1. In case of fire, dial 101 (or the special number for FIRE SERVICE in your area/ town).

2. Learn at least two escape routes and ensure they are free from obstacles.

3. Remain calm, unplug all electrical appliances.

4. Keep a bucket of water and blankets ready.

5. If clothes catch fire, Stop, Drop, and Roll.

6. In case of an uncontrolled fire, wrap the victim in a blanket, till the fire ceases/stops.

7. Don’t burn crackers in crowded, congested places, narrow lanes, or inside the house.

8. Don’t cover crackers with tin containers or glass bottles for extra sound effects.

9. Avoid wearing long loose clothes, as they are fast in catching fire,

10. Don’t remove burnt clothing (unless it comes off easily).

11. Don’t apply adhesive dressing on the burnt area.

12. Don’t throw lighted cigarette butts.

Nature is full of bounty and beauty.Protect it and fulfill your duty,

LANDSLIDE

Avoid building houses near steep slopes, close to mountain edges, near drainage ways or along natural erosion valleys.
2. Avoid building houses near steep slopes, close to mountain edges, near drainage ways or along natural erosion valleys. Avoid going to places affected by debris flow. In mud flow areas, build channels to direct the flow around buildings.
3. Stay alert and awake. Many deaths from landslides occur while people are sleeping.
Listen for unusual sounds that might .indicate moving debris, such as trees cracking or boulders knocking together.
4. Move away from the landslide path Ör debris flow as quickly as possible.
5. Avoid river valleys and low-lying areas. If you are near a stream or channel, be alert for any sudden increase or decrease in water flow and notice whether the water changes from clear to muddy.
6. Go to designated public shelter if you have been told to evacuate.
7. Stay away from the slide area as there may be danger of additional slides.
8. Check for injured and trapped persons near the slide, without entering the direct slide area.
Keep environment intact, Mitigate disaster impact.

FLOOD

All your family members should know the safe routes to the nearest shelter/raised pucca house.
2. If your area is flood-prone, consider suitable flood-resistant building materials.
3. Tune to your local radio/TV for warnings and advice. Have an emergency kit ready.
4. Keep dry food, drinking water and clothes ready. Drink preferably boiled water.
5. Keep your food covered, don’t take heavy meals.
6. Do not let children and pregnant women remain empty stomach.
7. Be careful of snakes, as snake bites are common during floods.
8.Pack warm clothing, essential medication, valuables, personal papers, etc. in waterproof bags, to be taken with your emergency kit.
9. Raise furniture, clothing, and valuable onto beds, tables, and in the attic.
10. Turn off the main electricity power supply. Do not use electrical appliances, which have been in floodwater.
11. DO not get into the water of unknown depth and current. Do not allow children to play in, or near floodwater.

Become friendly with nature, Disaster will  most likely not occur in future

PANDEMIC & EPIDEMICS

1.Store at least two week supply of water and food.
2. Do not go out until its absolutely necessary
3. Periodically check availability of your regular prescription medicines
4. Have non-prescription medicines and other health supplies in hand, including pain relievers, stomach remedies, cough and cold medicines, fluids with electrolytes, and vitamins.
5. Volunteer with local groups to prepare and assist during emergency response.
6. Keep your surroundings clean and do not let the water be stagnant.
7. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. When sick, keep distance from others to protect them from getting sick.
8. If possible, stay at home; keep away from work, school etc. when you are sick. This will help prevent others from getting infected.

9. Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue while coughing or sneezing. Washing your hands often will help protect you from harmful germs.

10. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth.

When you choose to safeguard nature, You choose to secure your own future

THUNDER & LIGHTENING

1. Keep ready an Emergency Kit with important medication. Postpone outdoor activities.

2. Remember, rubber-soled shoes and rubber tires provide NO protection from lightning.

3. Unplug any all electrical/ electronic equipment/ appliances such as bubs, computers, fans, etc. and turn off air conditioners well before the storm arrives.

4. Use your battery-operated Radio for news updates. Avoid contact with electrical equipments or cords.

5. Do not lie on concrete/ marble floors and do not lean against concrete walls.

6. Continue to listen to local radio and television stations for updated information or instructions, as access to roads or some parts of the locality may be blocked.

7. Help people who may require special assistance, such as infants, children, women and the elderly.
8. Stay away from broken power lines and report them immediately.Alert today. Alive Tomorrow

FOREST FIRE

1. Try to maintain FOREST BLOCKS to prevent day litter from forests during summer season.
2. Try to put the fire out by digging or circle around it by water, if not possible to call a Fire bridge.
3. Move farm animals & movable goods to safer places.
4. During fire listen regularly to radio for advance information & obey the instructions cum advice.
5. Teach the causes and harm of fire to your family and others. Make people aware about forest fire safety.
6. Do not be scared when a sudden fire occur in the forest, be calm & encourage others & community to overcome the problem patiently.
7. Do apply seasonal mitigation measures i.e., fuel reduction etc.
8. Don’t throw smoldering cigarette butts or bidi in the forests.
9. Don’t leave the burning wood sticks in or near the forest.
10. Don’t enter the forest during the fire.
11. Discourage community to use Slash & Burn method

Become friendly with nature, Disaster will not occur in future

DDMP

District Disaster Management Plan

CONTENTS

CHAPTER-I

  1. DISTRICT PROFILE                                                                                                                                               3
  2. INTRODUCTION                                                                                                                                                     5
  3.   DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE /TOPOGRAPHIC/SOCIO ECONOMIC PROFILE                  
  4. HOUSING PATTERN AND SETTLEMENT                                                                          
  5.   BRIEF HISTORY OF DISASTER IN THE DISTRICT                                                                                       6
  6.   FLOOD PRONE VILLAGES                                                                                                                                     8 CHAPTER-II
  7.   CONCEPT & OBJECTIVE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN                                                                9
  8.   NECESSITY OF THE PLAN                                                                                                                                     9
  9. VULNERABILITY TO VARIOUS HAZARDS                                                                                   10
  10.   TYPE OF HAZARDS & PROBABLE TIME OF OCCURRENCE                                                                   10
  11.  RISK &VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS                                                                                                              10

CHAPTER-III

  1. ADMINISTRATIVE SET UP                                                                                                                                  11
  2. DISTANCE OF OUT POST ADMIN CENTERS                                                                                 11
  3. ALTERNATIVE ROUTES TO THE DISTRICT                                                                                                 11

CHAPTER-IV

  1. DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY                                                                                12
  2. DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE                                                                              
  3. INCIDENT RESPONSE SYSTEM TEAM                                                                                         
  4. PURPOSE OF DISTRICT CONTROL ROOM                                                                                                                        
  5. ROLE, RESPONSIBILITIES& PREPAREDNESS                                                                                           15
  6. RESTORATION OF ESSENTIAL SERVICE & COMMODITIES                                                                17                      

CHAPTER-V

  1. CAPABILITY ANALYSIS                                                                                                                                        20                                                 
  2. SHELTER FOR SEARCH & RESCUE TEAM                                                                                                      21
  3. LIST OF POLICE STATION & OUT POST LOCATIONS                                                                                  22
  4. DETAILS OF THE HEALTH CENTERS                                                                                               22
  5. NUMBER OF SCHOOLS                                                                                                                                          22
  6. EMERGENCY SUPPORT SYSTEM                                                                                                       23
  7. INVENTORY OF MATERIAL, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT                                                                             26

CHAPTER-V

  • DEPARTMENT WISE SOPs                                                                                                                                     29

CHAPTER-VII

  • CONTACT NUMBERS                                                                                                                                              37
  • NODAL & ALTERNATE NODAL OFFICER                                                                                                        38
  • MAPS (showing flood prone villages/safe places)                                                                                                41                                       

DISTRICT PROFILE:

  1. NAME OF THE DISTRICT       : –           EAST SIANG DISTRICT.
  2. SUB-DIVISION                             :-           3 (Three) 1.PASIGHAT (Hq).      2. RUKSIN. 3. MEBO.

III.  CIRCLES                                     : –         7(Seven).

PASIGHAT- SADAR2. MEBO.3. RUKSIN.4. SILLE-OYAN.5. BILAT.
        6. YAGRUNG.7. NAMSING. 

VI.     VILLAGES                                  : –                   66(Sixty Six).

  • PASIGHAT- SADAR CIRCLE -19(nineteen) Villages.
1)Yapgo2) Boying3)  Balek4) Gune 5) Tigra        
6) RAsam  7) Mongku8) Roing9) Berung10)Renging   
11)Mirmir  12)Mirbuk13) KELEK-Mirbuk14) Mirsam15) Mirku
15) Mirku-Dapi17) Napit18) Tebo  
  • Yagrung circle – 5(five) Villages
1.Runne2. Takilalung3. Sibut4. Yangrung5. Tekang
  • MEBO Circle- 9(nine)  Villages
BODAK2. AYENG3. MEBO 4. SILLUK5. AOHALI
6. MOTUM7. RALLING8 KIYIT9. SIGAR10. DARNE
  • RUKSIN Circle – 9(nine) Villages
1.Ruksin2.Ngorlung3. Niglok4. Mikong5.RAyang
6.Debing7.Depi-MOli8.Detak9.Lingka 
  • Bilat Circle – 7(seven) Villages
1. Mirem2. Remi3. Miglung       4. Bilat5. Ledum
6. Mikong7. Bilat-Bamin     
  • SILLE-OYAN Circle 7(seven) Villages
1.Rani2. Sika-Tode3.SIka-Bamin4.Oyan5.Sille
6.Mangnang7. 12 Mile 
  • NAmsing Circle – 9(nine) Villages
1.NGOPOK2.KIYIT3.BORGULI4.NEW BORGULI5.SERAM
6.KONGKUL7.NAMSING8.GADUM9.GADUM-II       10. MER

V. MAIN RIVER:

SIANG RIVER,SIBO KORONG,SIKU,SIBIYA,SIBIYA,
KADANG,NGOPOK KORONG,SISAR,TARO TAMAK,SIRKI,
 REMI,SIDO,SILLE.DOBU,DURA.

VI. DISASTERs   : –

FLOODFLASH FLOODCYCLONEDROUGHTCLOUD- BURST
LAND SLIDEFIRE ACCIDENTEARTHQUAKE& ETC. 

VII. TRIBES        : –

ADIGALOMISHINGIDU- MISHMI

8. POPULATION   : –       81,822. (AS PER 2011 CENSUS)

9.  SEISMIC ZONE    : –     ZONE V.

INTRODUCTION:

                                East Siang  District comprising  of  4005  sqkms  in area lies between  27° 3  and  29°  42   north Latitude and 94°  42 and 95°  35  East  longitude  in the state  of Arunachal Pradesh. The District is mostly hilly & mountainous. However, it has plain areas at the foothills which form part of Brahmaputra Valley in Assam. Pasighat, established in 1911 by the British, the head quarter of East Siang District is one of the oldest town of Arunachal Pradesh.

             The total population of the District as per 2011 census is 81,882 and the density of population is 27 persons per sq km. The prevailing sex ratio of the district is 983 female per 1000 males and literacy rate stand at 54.28%.

TOPOGRAPHY:-

                        It is bounded by Siang and Upper Siang District in the North, Dhemaji District in Assam in the South, Lower Dibang Valley District in the East and West Siang District in the west. The topography of the district is mountainous toward its north but gradually descending southward in the wide strip of plains meeting the boundary of Assam. The mighty river Siang flowing through the district has numerous tributaries of which, Poglek,Siku, Sibiya, Sisar, Sido, Simen, Dobu, Sirki, Kemi, and Sille are the main streams. The name of the district is derived from the mighty Siang river which becomes Brahumputra in Assam when it is joined by rivers vizBuriDihing, Lohit, Dibang and others.

SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE OF THE DISTRICT:-

                          The main tribes of the district are Adi, Galo , Mishing & Idu-Mishmi. The main crops of Agriculture and Horticulture are paddy, Maize, Orange, Millet, Mustard, Dal, Black-Pepper, Turmeric, Potato, Sweet-potato, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Pumpkin, Tea, Cardamom, Drumsticks, Chilly, Ladies finger, Soya-bean, green-bean, lettuce, tomato, Banana, pineapple, Mango, Papaya, Lemon, Lime, Guava, Sugarcane, Jackfruit, cucumber, star-fruit, lychee, Pamello, Gooseberry etc. The total agriculture cultivation area of the district is 36,290.9 hectares and Horticulture cultivation area of the district is 8,249 hectares as per Agriculture and Horticulture Department. East Siang as a whole is a disaster prone district. It is vulnerable to major natural hazards like Earthquake, Cyclone, Flood, Flash-Flood, Cloud burst, Drought and manmade disasters like fire accident, road accident, etc.

HOUSING PATTERN AND SETTLEMENT: –

                The Adi traditional houses are constructed with bamboo, woods, canes and leaves (locally it is called Toko Pata (Leaves) we can consider the house as Kuccha house. The houses are raised well above the ground with the help of stilts. They construct their houses either on the plain level ground or on the sloping ground. Since the living conditions are very tough in this area, the houses of the tribes are constructed to meet the challenge of nature.

While Multi-storied, RCC building etc. are usually constructed by the people leaving in urban areas for commercial as well as for residential purposes.

BRIEF DISASTER HISTORY OF THE DISTRICT:-

EARTHQUAKE: –

Since the whole area of the district comes under seismic zone- V, vulnerability to earthquake Disaster is very high. The District has experienced a major Earthquake on 15th August 1950 at 8.7 Richter scale. Tremors is also felt in the recent past as the epi-centre was at kaying village at Sest Siang district.

FLOOD:-  

1)            In almost every monsoon the flood water of various meandering rivers causes extensive damages. Among these, the unprecedented flash flood of the mighty Siang River of 1998 and 11th June 2000 recorded the highest level. During that time, by and large, people of about 30 villages inhabiting on either side of the bank of Siang River were in undated and the people had to bear with bust of the flash flood of particularly 11.06.2000.

2)            In the year 2014 the mighty Siang River and its tributaries were flowed at its full spate; Siang River flowing at 154.92m and rainfall data recorded 234 mm on 23/08/2014. The low lying areas of Pasighat sub-division like Jarku, market area, etc. were inundated by rain water.

3)            The Agricultural and Horticulture sector were badly affected due to erosion and siltation of cultivated land and damages of standing crop were caused by heavy rainfall and over-flooding. The livestock are badly affected due to submerging of grazing areas in Mer, Gadum and Namsing.

4)      Due to rise on Siang River on dated 30th Aug 2018 around 24 persons (herdsmen) stranded in two islands in JAMPANI area of Sille-Oyan circle under Ruksin Sub-Division. Total 19 people (12 adult and 7 minors) had evacuated by IAF MI 17 helicopter on 31st Aug 2018.

5)          Due to change in course of Siang River the huge portion of land are eroded and damaged the dwelling houses of Seram village of Namsing Circle under Mebo Sub Division. Total 23 nos of houses including Community hall were damaged due to erosion -2019.

6)          Mighty River Siang and its tributaries were flowing in its full spate, the flow of River Siang crossed Danger level (153.96M) twice this year in the night of 10th July 2020 and continues to flow above danger level till 12th July 2020 and again on 20th July 2020 to 23rd July 2020, the highest water level recorded is 154.29M on dated 12th July 2020 and highest rainfall recorded is 382 mm on 10th July 2020 and average rainfall received is 6640mm.

          The Agricultural and Horticulture sector were badly affected due to heavy rainfall, flooding and massive erosion by River Siang, siltation of cultivated land, damages of standing crop and erosion of fertile agricultural land.

LANDSLIDE: –

  1. The road connectivity on Pasighat-Pangin, Pasighat-Mariyang, Pasighat-Ledum-Tene and Mebo-Dholla roads were disrupted in many places due to landslides and breached/washed away of bridges.
  2. Massive Land erosion took place along the River Siang under Mebo Sub-Division.

CYCLONE:-

On 22nd April 2011 around at 8 PM the cyclone storm attacked at Ruksin Sub-Division destroyed many rubber plantation and buildings of Industrial growth center of Niglok villiage.

On 3rd May 2013, several farm sheds were destroyed by cyclone at Pasighat Sadar circle.

16th May 2013 cyclone affected the villages viz- Ngopok, Kiyit of Mebo Sub-Division and destroyed electrical installation, Granary and horticulture crops.

Cyclone storm on 20th April 2014 at around 7 PM destroyed Horticulture and Agriculture crops and uprooted many Agriculture huts, cow sheds and residential buildings, mostly affected the areas of PASIGHAT, BILAT and YAGRUNG circle. 

FIRE: – The district experienced the menace of devastating fire in every year mostly during winter/dry period. The major fire accident that affected the district is shown in tabular form as below:-

Sl. NoDate of occurrenceNo. of house affectedPlace of occurrenceRemarks
1.21-11-2007142-Mile, Pasighat 
2.28-11-200730Oyan Market 
3.07-04-200810Lokpeng village 
4.09-11-200829 shopsNari market 
5.14-03-200915Upper Banskota 
6.27-11-200930Pasighat Bazar 
7.06-11-201025 shopsNari Market 
8.31-08-201159MirmirTiniali 
9.15-05-20121Ngopok village5 lives lost.
10.13-08-201215MirmirTiniali 
11.04-05-20148Forest colony 
12.28-01-2015 Govt. Gandhi Sec. School, PasighatAll the official records of the school were destroyed
132-01-20163Banskota 
1410-01-20162Education colony 
1517-01-20161DEM HS School PasighatExam cell & office records burn down.
162/1/20163Lower Banskota 
1717/01/20161D.E.M.Hr.Sec.Sch,Pasighat 
1828/01/201646Daily Market,Pasighat 
1916/2/20162Pane Korong area 
2015/2/20161IGJHSS,Pasighat 
214/3/20162Seram vill. Under Mebo Sub-Dvn 
2211/5/201635Pasighat Market 
2316/12/165Jarku 
2412/5/20197Sawmill area 
2526/11/201810Mongku 
2513/12/201911Mangnang 
2624/4/20198Lower Banskota 
2717/3/20193Mirku Dapi 
2823/07/20191Lower Banskota Psght 
2906/08/20191Bamin Village 
3002/09/20195P.I. line psght 
314/10/201901Niglok Village 
329/11/20192GTC Psght 
3310/11/20191oyan 
3423/11/20191Niglok Villag 
3523/11/20191Ruksin 
3627/11/20192Mirmir Charali 
3711/12/20198Oyan 
3803/12/20192GTC 
3904/12/20195GTC 
4019/12/20191Sibo-Siang Colony 
4103/01/20201Upper Banskota 
4202/02/20201Oyan 

FLOOD PRONE VILLAGES ARE:-

Right Bank of Siang River: –

1. PAGLEK2. JARKONG    3.  JARKU               4. LOWER BANSKOTA  5. BERUNG      
6. MORYOM7.SIKA-TODE   8. SIKA BAMIN9.  JAMPANI  10.DONYI POLO- TEA ESTATE    
11.KEMI 12.ORIAMGHAT   

Left Bank of Siang River: –

1.SIGAR2.RALLING3.MOTUM4.KIYIT5.BORGULI
6.SERAM7.KONGKUL8.NAMSING9.GADUM10.MER.

Nearby villages of Sibo (Korong) River: –

1 .BOYING2. YAPGO3. SIBO.

CHAPTER-II

CONCEPT AND OBJECTIVE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN:-

                 The District Disaster management plan is prepared under Section 31 of DM Act, 2005. The objective of DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN is to pre-define the roles of the concern person responsible to tackle such situation as in case of any emergency. This in turn, helps in responding any emergency effectively at the shortest possible time and thereby minimizing loss of lives and properties.

Disaster basically means any natural or manmade catastrophe of substantial extent causing significant physical destruction of properties, loss of life, degradation of environment and which disrupts the normal functioning of society and Government and adversely affects people’s security.            

DISASTER MANAGEMENT IS A CONTINUOUS AND INTEGRATED PROCESS OF:-

  1. Planning and implementing measures to mitigate or reduce the risk of disaster.
  2. Mitigating the severity or consequences of disaster.
  3. Preparedness for emergencies and disaster.
  4. Assessing the effect of disaster.
  5. Providing emergency Relief and Rescue and post Disaster Rehabilitation and Re-construction.

 NECESSITY OF THE PLAN:-

  1. The Plan establishes an administrative structure for a systematic, coordinated and effective response at the district level. The purpose of the plan is to:
  2. Define a system of coordination at the district level.
  3. Identify all the responder agencies at the district level, and assign functional responsibilities to each of them.
  4. Establish a central facility in the district, which enables all the responder agencies to interact and coordinate their efforts.
  5. Suggest hazard-specific preparedness, response and mitigation measures.
  6. Plan resource requirements, and coordinate with the state government for requisitioning more resources.
  7. Provide an inventory of resources, key facilities and addresses for deployment and assistance towards preparedness and mitigation.
  8. Responding to an urgent call of society to change the paradigm from the traditional practice of giving relief towards reducing the risk of disaster, the Govt. is emphasizing that at all level; administration’s primary role should be the preparedness, mitigation, reduction and response of a disaster based on community participation.

Plan Evaluation: –

I. The purpose of evaluation of DDMP is to determine:-

  1. The adequacy of resources
  2. Coordination between various agencies
  3. Community participation
  4. Partnership with NGOs
  5. The ease of understanding and using the plan will also be important consideration. The plan will be updated when shortcomings are observed in: –
  6. Organizational structures
  7. Available technologies
  8. Response mechanism following reports on drills or exercises.

VULNERABILTY TO VARIOUS HAZARDS:-

  1. Since the whole area of the district comes under seismic zone- V, vulnerability to earthquake Disaster is very high.
  2. The plain areas like Pasighat Sub-Division, Ruskin, and Mebo of the district are vulnerable to flood including flash flood / erosion, cloud burst and storms especially during monsoon.

TYPE OF HAZARDS AND PROBABLE TIME OF OCCURRENCE.

HazardsJFMAMJJASONDRemarks
Flood       Seasonal flood Occurred during Monsoon.
Land slides     Due to heavy rain, Landslides occurs during monsoon Seasons.
Fire      Unpredictable.
Hail storm        Unpredictable.
storm      Unpredictable.

RISK AND VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS (EAST SIANG DISTRICT)

HazardsProbability Rating.Impact RatingVulnerability RankingVulnerable Area/Block
High wind /Cyclone      –    –         NAWhole district
Drought      –    –          –Whole district
Fire      –    –          –Whole district
Earthquake      –    –          –Whole district (Zone-V)
Flood      –    –          –Whole district
Hail storm      –    –          –Whole district
Landslide/Erosion.      –    –          –   All the hilly area of the district is affected.

CHAPTER-III

ADMINISTRATIVE SET UP OF EAST SIANG DISTRICT:-

             East Siang district comprises of 3(Three) sub – Divisions with 7 Circle Hqtrs including Sadar circle of Pasighat. The district headquarters, Pasighat is the only URBAN AREA as per the population and the rest Sub –divisions /Circles are still considered as rural areas which are given below:-

Sl noName of Sub-DivisionHead Quarters
1Pasighat Sub –DivisionHQ at Pasighat (Urban area)
2Ruksin    Sub – DivisionHQ at Ruksin (Bilat &Sille-Oyan Circles)
3Mebo    Sub –DivisionHQ at Mebo ( Namsing Circles)

DISTANCE OF OUT POST ADMINISTRATIVE CENTRES FROM PASIGHAT HQ.

Slno.PlaceDistanceMode of Communication.
1Pasighat to Ruksin.35 KmsPublic transport service
2Pasighat to Mebo.18 KmsPublic transport service
3Pasighat to Bilat.25 KmsPublic transport service
4Pasighat to Silli-oyan.24 KmsPublic transport service
5Pasighat to Oiramghat.36 KmsPrivate Bus service
6Pasighat to Murkongselek (Railway station)41 KmsPrivate Bus service

ALTERNATIVE ROUTES TO THE DISTRICT:-

East Siang District is communicated by Road, Air and water connectivity.

AIR TRANSPORT: –     Air Service may be availed in between Pasighat –  Mechuka – Yinkiong –Tuting- Roing – Anini – Naharlagun , Guwahati and Mohanbari from ALG Pasighat. Besides this, aviation fuel station facility is also available at Pasighat. In the event of any hazardous calamity, supply of essential commodities to far flung areas is air lifted with the help of sorties from Pasighat.

SURFACE TRANSPORT:-    Most parts of the district are well communicated by road which is connected by NH-52.AlsoRoad communication from Pasighat to neighboring district headquarters like Boleng, Aalo, Yingkiong and Itanagar are well connected. The district is also well connected to Dibrugarh town with the opening of Bogibel bridge over river Brahmaputra.  In case of disruption of road communication by earthquake or by land Slide /soil erosion, the PWD / RWD and BRO will immediately swing into action for restoration of road communication at earliest possible time.

WATER TRANSPORT:-                  Water transport service in between, Pasighat (Oiramghat) to and Majorbari ghat to Dibrugarh Can be used in case of Emergency.

CHAPTER-IV

The District Level Disaster Management Machinery shall have two Bodies:

  • District Disaster Management Authority
  • District Disaster Management Committee.

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY:-

In exercise of the  power conferred under section 25(1) of the DISASTER MANAGEMENT ACT, 2005, the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh is pleased to constitute the DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY (therein after called the District Authority) with immediate effects as follows:-

The District Authority shall consist of the following members:-

1. Deputy Commissioner                                   –               Chairman.

2. Zila Parishad Chairperson                             –               Co-Chairperson

3. Addl. Deputy Commissioner                         –               Chief Executive Officer

4. Superintendent of police                                –               Member

5. Dist. Disaster Management Officer/FO       –               Convener

6. Executive Engineer. (PWD)                           –               Member.

7. Executive Engineer. (PWD)High ways.       –               Member.

8. Executive Engineer. (PHED)                         –               Member.

9. Executive Engineer. (POWER)                     –               Member.

10. Executive Engineer. (WRD)                        –               Member.

11. District Medical Officer                               –               Member.

12. DIPRO                                                            –               Member.

13. E A C/Circle Officer (TPT)                          –               Member.

14. District Food &Civil Supply Officer          –               Member.

15. Deputy Director (UD & Housing)               –               Member.

16. Chief Councilor                                             –               Member.

Power and functions of District Authority shall be as follows:-

  • Prepare a disaster management plan including district response plan for the district;
  • Coordinate and monitor the implementation of the National policy, State Policy, National Plan, State Plan and District Plan

(III) Ensure that the areas in the district vulnerable to disaster are identified and measures for the prevention of disasters and the mitigation of its effects are undertaken by the department of the Government at the district level as well as by the local authorities;

(iv) Ensure that the guidelines for the prevention of disasters, mitigation of its effects, preparedness and response measure as laid down by the National Authority and the State Authority are followed by all departments of the Government at the district level and the total Authorities in the district;

(v)           Review the state of capabilities for responding to any disaster or threatening disaster situation in the district and give directions to the relevant departments or authorities at the district level

(vi)  Ensure that the Departments of the Government at the district level and the authorities prepare their response plans in accordance with the district response plan;

(vii)Lay down guidelines for, or give direction to, the concerned Department of the Government at the district level or any other authorities within the local limits of the district to take measures to respond effectively to any threatening disaster situation or disaster;

(viii) Review development plans prepared by the Departments of the Government at the district level, statutory authorities or local authorities with a view to make necessary provisions there in for prevention of disaster or mitigation;

(ix) Examine the construction in any area in the district and, if it is of the opinion that the standards for the prevention of disaster or mitigation laid down for such construction is not being or has not been followed, may direct the concerned authority to take such action as may be necessary to secure compliance of such standards;

(x) Establish stockpiles of relief and rescue materials or ensure preparedness to make such materials available at a short notice;

(xi) Provide information to the State Authority relating to different aspects of disaster management;

(xii) Encourage the involvement of Non-Governmental Organizations and Voluntary Social Welfare institutions working at the grassroots level in the district for Disaster Management.

               THE DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE IS AN APEX PLANNING BODY RESPONSIBLE FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION INITIATIVES AT THE DISTRICT AND BELOW DISTRICT LEVEL UNITS. MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE ARE THE HEADS OF VARIOUS LINE DEPARTMENTS. TO ENSURE THE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION UNDER DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLANNING PRI MEMBERS/PROMINENT CITIZENS ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN THE COMMITTEE.

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE:-

  1. Deputy Commissioner                                                        –               Chairman.
  2. Addl. Deputy Commissioner                                             –               Dy.  Chairman.
  3. Superintendent of police                                                    –               Member
  4. Dist. Disaster Management Officer                                  –               Nodal Officer
  5. Zila Parishad Chairperson                                                 –               Member.
  6. Chief Councilor                                                                   –               Member.
  7. Commanding Officer (Army) Rayang                            –               Member.
  8. Commanding officer (CRPF) Pasighat                           –               Member.
  9. Officer Commanding (BRTF)                                           –               Member.
  10. Officer Commanding (NCC)                                             –               Member.
  11. Executive Engineer. (PWD)                                               –               Member.
  12. Executive Engineer. (Highways)                                       –               Member.
  13. Executive Engineer. (RWD)                                               –               Member.
  14. Executive Engineer. (PHED)                                             –               Member.
  15. Executive Engineer. (P-Transmission)                             –               Member.
  16. Executive Engineer. (P-Electrical)                                    –               Member.
  17. Executive Engineer. (WRD)                                               –               Member.
  18. Executive Engineer. (PMC)                                               –               Member.
  19. Executive Engineer. (Tube well & ground water)          –               Member.
  20. District Medical Officer                                                      –               Member.
  21. DDHS (T&R)                                                                        –               Member.
  22. District Agriculture Officer                                 –               Member.
  23. District Horticulture Officer                                               –               Member.
  24. District Vet nary Officer                                                     –               Member.
  25. Deputy Director School Education                                  –               Member.
  26. District Food &Civil Supply Officer                 –               Member.
  27. Station Supdt. (STS)                                                           –               Member.
  28. DIPRO                                                                                   –               Member.
  29. Station Director, (AIR)                                                       –               Member.
  30. Deputy Director (UD & Housing)                                     –               Member.
  31. District Informatics Officer (NIC)                                    –               Member.
  32. Sub Divisional Officer/Circle Officer (Sadar) –               Member.
  33. Extra Assistance Commissioner/Circle Officer (TPT)- Member.
  34. CDPO                                                                                     –               Member.

When Disaster strikes’ all the DDMC members and administration officers will assemble at DC’s office Pasighat with quick response for further initiation of necessary step to mitigate the disaster.

 INCIDENT RESPONSE SYSTEM TEAM

The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh is pleased to notify Incident Response System Team at the district level for all the districts in the state to respond to any major disaster in the district. The implementation/response under Incident response System will be taken at the district level by the Incident Response Team notified as follows:

  1. Responsible Officer                                             Deputy Commissioner
  2. Incident Commander                                         Addl. Deputy Commissioner
  3. Deputy Incident Commander                           PD, DRDA
  4. Safety Officer                                                      Supdt. Of Police
  5. Liaison Officer                                                     DFO and DDMO
  6. Information and Media Officer                       DIPRO
  7. Operation Section Chief                                     Supdt. Of Police
  8. Staging Area Manager                                        EE, PWD/DDSE
  9. Rescue and Response Branch                          Fire Officer/DMO/Dy. SP
  10. Natural Disaster:                                                  Fire Officer
  11. Epidemic & Health Hazard                               DMO
  12. Manmade Disaster:                                            Dy. Supdt. Of Police
  13. Transport Branch(Road)                                   DTO/ EAC (mv)
  14. Rail, water & Air unit                                          DTO/ EAC (mv)
  15. Planning Section Chief:                                      Addl. Deputy Commissioner
  16. Situation Unit                                                       EAC/ DDMO/ OC police station
  17. Resource Unit                                                       DPO/ DHO & DAO/ MO
  18. Documentation Unit                                           DIPRO/ DDMO/ DIO (NIC)
  19. Mobilization  Unit                                               SDO(Sadar)/EAC(Mv)/Dy.S.P/DDMO/DTO-Foreman
  20. Logistic Section Chief                                         Addl. Deputy Commissioner (Nazareth)
  21. Service Branch                                                     EAC (Nazareth)
  22. Communication unit                                          DIPRO/ DDMO/ DIO(NIC)
  23. Medical unit                                                         DMO
  24. Food unit                                                               DF&CSO
  25. Support Branch                                                   SDO, Sadar/ EAC
  26. Resource Provisioning unit                                EE, PWD
  27. Facilities unit                                                        EE, RWD/ Elect/ HPD
  28. Ground Support unit                                           EE, PHED/ WRD
  29. Finance Branch:                                                  Addl. Deputy Commissioner
  30. Time unit:                                                             EAC, Judicial/ DDMO
  31. Compensation unit:                                            DDMO/ EAC, judicial
  32. Procurement unit:                                                                FAO/ DDMO
  33. Cost Unit:                                                              Treasury Officer/ DDMO

The District Level Incident Response Team (IRT) will be activated by the Responsible Officer in the event of any major eventuality.

CONTROL ROOM.

In normal time the W/t station of police is the control room of the district and in emergency, round the clock control room will be set up in the DC’s office- DEOC by deploying person /staff through roster.

PURPOSE OF DISTRICT CONTROL ROOM

  • The District Emergency Operation Centre (District control room) is under control of the Deputy Commissioner, which will be operational round the clock and is the nerve center for the following activities.
  • To monitor, Co-ordinate and implement the actions /activities for effective disaster responses as well as management of available resources.
  • During the occurrence of a Disaster, the DEOC will operate under the central authority of the Deputy Commissioner, exercising emergency powers to issue directives to all departments to provide emergency response services.
  • DEOC will co-ordinate with the state disaster response machinery like STATE DISASTER MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE, Itanagar for appropriate support and smooth flow of information.
  • The DEOC will be manned round the clock for emergency responses.

ROLES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND PREPAREDNESS:-

DEPUTY COMMISSIONER:

  • The Deputy Commissioner-Cum –Chairman is the central authority to exercise emergency power in issuing directives to all the departments and to provide emergency response services.
  • The Deputy Commissioner will coordinate all the field responses. Field responses include setting up of Relief Camps and will respond to the state Relief committee accordingly.

ADDL. DEPUTY COMMISSIONER:-

  • Addl. Deputy Commissioner, will act as the overall in –charge of emergency preparedness and operation. She/he will coordinate the following activities:
  • Supervise the activity of Dist. Control Room and communicate the information to the Deputy Commissioner.
  • Co-ordinate the programme during preparedness, disaster and natural calamity, rescue operation, relief operation, resettlement and rehabilitation,
  • Monitor the programme during relief operation, rescue operation etc.
  • Evaluation of the operation process.

POLICE:

The superintendent of police in the district will get in touch with the District Administration in Rescue, evacuation and emergency relief measures under intimation to the state Relief Committee. As Disaster and natural calamities can occur at any point of time hence Para-military forces may be called upon to assist the civil authorities in rendering rescue and relief operations.

NODAL OFFICER:

  • The success and failure of Disaster Management purely depends the active role played by the NODAL OFFICER during the time of emergency. His / Her prompt understanding of the situation and initiation of immediate preventive measures will make a big difference in the prevention of loss of human lives, crops and property during the time of disaster. The role and responsibility of the Nodal officer is not only important during emergency but also before and after occurrence of a disaster.

PRE-DISASTER.

  1. The Nodal officer shall organize regular coordination meeting with all DM committee Members, head of office, public leaders, and NGOs citizens in consultation with the chairman.
  2. The Nodal officer will liaise with all head of office, NGOs public leaders and other organizations to keep their machineries and manpower in readiness to face occurrence of any type of natural disaster.
  3. The Nodal officer shall keep record of all parameters which might indicate occurrence of any type of natural disaster and intimate the concerned higher authority in weekly / daily basis.

DURING- DISASTER.

  1. During the time of occurrence of a disaster, the Nodal Officer shall liaise with all heads of offices, public Leaders and other organizations and initiate prompt measures to prevent loss of human lives and property.
  2. The Nodal officer shall initiate immediate necessary measures for evacuations and organize search and Rescue teams with consultation with the concerned Member, who have been entrusted for this work.
  3. If necessary, the Nodal officer will initiate setting up of Relief Camp for the affected people in a safer place and ensure proper supply of safe drinking water, Lighting arrangements, medical facilities and rations etc. In the relief camp with the help of concerned departments

POST DISASTER.

  1. The Nodal Officer, who is also the District Disaster Management Officer, shall initiate assessment of loss of property, crops; cattle etc during the time of disaster with the help of concern department and will intimate the extent of damages to the higher authority.
  2. In consultation with the higher authority and the chairman of Disaster management Committee, the Nodal office shall initiate disbursement of Relief assistance to the affected victims immediately.

RESTORATION OF ESSENTIAL SERVICE AND COMMODITIES:-

Road communications: –                                             Action by: – EE-PWD/RWD & OC

  • The BRTF, PWD and RWD will initiate early clearance of road blockage by mobilizing local resource and man power.
  • Also removal of debris, demolition of structures, construction of temporary shelter, and temporary bridge for evacuation of injured.

Drinking water: –                                                       Action by: – EE (PHED)

  • They will initiate action for restoration of clean drinking water supply during and after occurrence of any disaster.
  • If the main water Sources is damaged, the alternate water Source Should be identify.

Power supply:-                                                 Action by :-   EE (power)

  • He will initiate preventive measures to safe guard power installation during Disaster and arrangement of electric supply to relief camp etc.

Stock of essential commodities: –                   Action BY: – DF&CSO

  • DF&CSO will ensure stock of sufficient essential commodities during and after occurrence of any kind disaster.
  • He will liaise with the directorate of civil aviation Naharlagun for air lifting of the marooned people.

Mass media: -Action BY: – DIPRO /DIO, Station director, AIR (Pasighat) and local Cable TV Operator.

  • To given warning to the people in advance through media and net work regarding likelihood of occurrence of any disaster.
  • Mass communication in time of disaster will be entrusted to DIPRO /DIO. Besides this, there are also TV Transmission center. Air station and Local TV Operators, which may be used during the time of occurrence of any disaster.

Search and Rescue / Maintenance of Law & order/ Fire service: –      Action by: – Superintendent of Police.

  • To maintain law & order during and after the time of disaster and to engage police personnel’s in search and rescue operation.

Transportation:-                                                         Action by:- EAC/CO(TPT)

  • The EAC/CO (TPT) shall be responsible for management of sufficient vehicles for transportation at the time of need.
  • He shall also coordinate with the petrol depot owners and ensure availability of sufficient quantity of pol. Details of vehicles.

Medical Emergency: –  Action by: –   DMO/JDHS&DDHS (T&R).General Hospital

  • Their assigned duty is to care for health aspect during and occurrence of disaster.
  • It includes first Aid, treatment of Casualties, and readiness of ambulance of transportation of serious patients.
  • They shall also inform all Doctors & Para medical staff of all CHCs, PHCs, and SCs of the district for taking necessary measures.

Assessment of Agri /Horti crops Damages: –    Action BY: – DHO/DAO

  • The DAO/DHO will initiate immediate action after occurrence of disaster to assess the loss estimate of agriculture. / Horticulture Crop
  • Also assist the Local administration in mitigating all kinds of disasters.

  Veterinary Care: –                                                                   Action by: DVO.

  • DVO will  ensure  setting  up  of  cattle  camp  providing  medicine etc. to the  affected  animals  during occurrence  of  any  kind of  natural  disaster.

 Maintenance of Cleanliness & Disposal of Carcasses: – Action by:-MC/DD (UD & H).

  • Cleanliness  is  one  of the  major  requirements  after  occurrence of  disaster  to  prevent  spread  of epidemic  and  other  health  hazards.  The  Municipal council/DD(UD & Housing)  should  keep  their  manpower /  inventory  in  readiness.
  • The  death  bodies  of  human  being  if  any, found in  a  flood  effect  areas  in case  of  high  flood,  flash  flood  and  land  slide,  shall  ordinarily  be may  over  to  relative  and  friends,  if  available,  for cremation  or  burial  when  their  no  claimants  for death  bodies, those  shall  be Cremated/buried at the government cost.

Maintenance of River Level: –                                               Action by: – EE (WRD).

  • To  monitor  the  water  level  constantly   and  in  case  of  any  abnormal   rise  in  water  level , he  should  inform  the  Deputy  Commissioner  immediately.

Volunteers: –                                                             Action by: – DDSE/Principal JNC

  • To   assist  in   rescue,  rehabilitation  and  in  relief  camp   with  the  help   of   school  children / NCC/NSS  volunteers  during  disaster.

Salvage Service: –         Action by: – District Administration & EE (PWD), EE (RWD).

  • Salvage of property.
  • Construction of temporary sheltering sheds.
  • Organization of labour parties for operation.
  • Collection of necessary tools and equipments required for salvage.
  • Storing of building materials.

Kitchen: – Action by: – DFC&SO, DDMO & CO (Sadar) in Hq. & CO, concern in circle level.

  • Public kitchen will be set up at the safe shelter where the people are evacuated.
  • Utensils are to be provided by CDPOs of concern Blocks.
  • Gas fuel/ fire woods are to be provided by DFC& SO.
  • In total, all the committee members’ public leaders and senior citizens of the area should give their cooperation to the local administration in mitigation all kinds of disaster with manpower, materials and technical knowhow.

GAUGE READING

  • Siang River – Danger level – 153.96mtr.
  • Sibo Korong – Danger level – 227.89mtr.

CHAPTER-V

CAPABILITY ANALYSIS

The   resources  necessary  for  disaster  preparedness  during  and  after  disasters  are  listed  below:

SHELTERS:-

Sl.noName of the CircleName of VillageName of the Rivers.Location of the Relief Shelter.
1Pasighat  1.Boying   2.Jarku  3.Yapgo   4.Tebo 5.Jarkong1.  Siang 2.  Sibo-korong1. Town Club high region.             2.D.Ering  H/Sec. School, 2.D.Ering ME school, Pasighat  (Forest Colony)
2Yagrung1.YagrungTolon & Remi.Govt.Sec.SchoolYagrung.
2.Taki LalungPoklek &BesongGovt.ME School Takilalung.
3.SibutTolonCommunity Hall sibut
3  Mebo1.BodakSiangCommunity Hall, Bodak.
2.AyengSikuCommunity Hall, Aying.
3.Mebo1. Siku 2.Panglek Korong.1. Community Hall, Mebo.  2. IB and 3. H.S. School
4.Romdum TownTerongCommunity Hall, Romdum Town.
5.SillukSibiyaCommunity Hall, Silluk.
6.AohaliSisarCommunity Hall, Aohali .
7.MottumSibiyaCommunity Hall, Mottum.
8.RallingSiangCommunity Hall, Ralling.
9.SigarSiangCommunity Hall, Sigar.
10.DarnePanne KorongCommunity Hall, Darne.
4Namsing1.NgopokNgopok Korong.Community Hall, Ngopok.
2.KiyitNgopok KorongCommunity Hall, Kiyit.
3.Borguli1. Siang   2. Ngopok Korong 3. TatsingCommunity Hall, Borguli.
4.Siram1. Tatsing 2. SisarCommunity Hall, Siram.
5.KongkulSisarCommunity Hall, Kongkul.
6.Namsing1.Siang2.TaroTamakCommunity Hall, Namsing.
7.Gadum1.Siang2.TaroTamakCommunity Hall, Gadum.
8..Mer1.Siang2.TaroTamakCommunity Hall, Mer.
5Ruksin1.Remi.2.Kemi 3.Sille 4.Ruksin 5.Penneng. 6.Rayang 7.Debing1.Govt. School Building 2.Dere (Community Hall).3.IB
6  Sille-Oyan  1.Rani1.Kemi1.Community  Hall  Rani 2. Govt. Sec. School  Rani
2.Sika-Tode1.Sika  Korong1.Community Hall Sika-Tode 2.Govt.Middle School Sika-Tode
3.Sika-Bamin1.Sika Korong1. Community Hall Sika-Bamin 2.Govt.Middle School Sika-Bamin.
4.Oyan1.Sille  Korong1.Community  Hall Oyan 2. Govt.Middle School. 3. Open Ground near CO Office.
5.12Mile1.Sille  Korong1.Community  Hall 12Mile 2.Govt.Pry School 12Mile
6.Mangnang1.Sille Korong. 2.Peneng3.Remi1.Community  Hall Mangnang 2. Govt.Middle School.
7. Sille1.Sille  River1. Govt.Hr.Sec. School Sille 1km fromVillage.2. Community Hall.
7Bilat1.Bilat-Bamin1.Peneng1. Community Hall, Bilat 2. IB and 3.H.S. School.
2.Merem1.Peneng 2.Remi1. Community Hall, Merem.  2. Govt.Middle School Merem.
3.Mikong1.Remi 2.Peneng1. Community Hall, Mikong 2.Play Ground near village.
4.Miglung1.Remi1. Community Hall, Miglung 2.Play Ground within the village.
5.Ledum1.Sille2.DengkamGovt.Middle School Ledum.

SHELTER’S IDENTIFIED for search & rescue team:-

SI.NOName  of CirclePlaceCapacity
1.Pasighat SadarAuditorium Hall IGJHSS. Auditorium Hall Tourism. Town Club, High Region200 150 100
2.MeboDoying Kumdang Hall Mebo Auditorium Hall GHSS.Mebo200
3.RuksinKebang HallRuksin.50
4.Bilat Higher Sec. School Bilat50
5.Sille-OyanHigher Sec. School Sille.100
6.NamsingSec. School Kiyit, Musup(Kiyit/Ngopo vill)200 100

STORAGE OF FOOD

SI.noName  of Circle PlaceCapacity(in Quintals)
1.Pasighat SadarFCL Godown Pasighat 800MT
2.Pasighat  SadarFood  &  Civil  Supplies  Godown  200MT

AIR COMMUNICATION

Sl.noLocation  of  HelipadFromToScheduleRemarks
    1.    Pasighat Airport    NaharlagunPasighat  
Mechuka  
Roing  
Anini  
Yinkiong  
Tuting  
 Itanagar  
  Guwahati  

LIST OF POLICE STATION & OUTPOST LOCATION

SlnoPolice SetupNosLocation
Central range officeDIG Central range office Pasighat
Police Station31. Pasighat 2.Ruksin 3. Sille
Police Outpost1Mebo
Police  Check  Gate41. Kemi   2. Ruksin 3.Raneghat 4. 2Mile
WT Net Connected  all  police station
Fire  station1Pasighat Near General  ground
CRPF1186 (E)Coy GTC.
AAPBN11COY(B) 2nd APP BN.
5th   IRBN1Pasighat
Beat post21. Pasighat   2. Komli-ghat.
Border out post1Debing
Crime &Criminal  Tracking  Networking System1all  police station
Automatic  Finger  print identification system1Crime Branch, SP office Pasighat.

TELE & MASS COMMUNICATION:

Sl.noName  of  BlockPlace  of Installation
1.Pasighat NIC at  DC  office  (b)  CIC, BDO office  Pasighat  (c)WT station  at  SP  office, Pasighat.  (d)BSNL office, Pasighat (e) AIR station, Pasighat (f) AIRTEL. (g)Jio (h) Vodaphone and (i) Reliance.
2.Mebo(a)police  out  post, Mebo (b)  BSNL service  (c)  CIC BDO office  Mebo
3Ruksin(a)WT station  at  PS Ruksin (b)BSNL office (c)CIC, BDO office 

Details of HEALTH CENTERS in East Siang District.

1.DISTRICT  HOSPITAL  (GENERAL  HOSPITAL)01
2.TB  HOSPITAL01
3.COMMUNITY  HEALTH CENTERS02
4.PRIMARY HEALTH CENTERS (ONE  UNDER NGO)9
5.SUB-CENTERS17
6.HOMEO &AYUR  DISPENSARY1

NUMBERS OF SCHOOLS IN EAST SIANG DISTRICT:-

BlockHSSSSUPSPry.KGBV/RESIDENTIALPRIVATE
MEBO2282027
PASIGHAT251916318
RUKSIN331328411
Total71049649175

EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION: –     

 Inventory of Machinery (Department wise)

  1. Pasighat Municipal Council.
SlnoParticularsNo.Remarks
1VehiclesHMV4 nos 
Scorpio2 nos 
Tata magic 4073 nos 
Refuse compactor 11092 nos 
LMV1 noCarcass van
LMV for officials1no.Bolero
Two Wheeler3 nosBike & 2 Scooty.
  • WRD
Sl.noParticularsNosLocationRemarks
1Bolero Scorpio Gypsy1 1 1Pasighat Sub-Division 
2Gypsy1Mebo Sub-Division 
  • POLICE
Sl.noParticularsNumbers
1Fire Tender Vehicle3 nos
2Ambulance2 nos
3Tata Winger3 nos
4Heavy Bus (line)1 no. (5 Mtrs Approx)APP & 3 nos (IRBN)
5Medium Bus1 no. Fitted in fire tender vehicle (APP) & 1 no. (IRBN)
6Heavy Truck2 nos(IRBN)
7Mini Truckno.(APP) & 1 no (IRBN)
8Tata Sumonos(APP) & 1 No. (IRBN)
  • PWD
Sl.noParticularHoDNo.Place of deployment
1ScorpioEE,PWD Pasgt1Pasighat
2Bolero-do-3Mebo
3Gypsy-do-1Bilat
4Tata Tipper-do-1Mebo
5Tata Truck-do-1Pasighat
  •  POWER
Sl.noParticularN0’sPlace of Deployment
1Heavy Vehicle3Pasighat. Under PED
2Light Vehicle5Vehicle attached to SE(E) & EE(E) Office
3Light Vehicle9Under PED
  • JDHS
Sl.noParticularPlace of DeploymentRemarks
11NO. AmbulanceDMO office, Pasighat 
21No.AmbulanceMebo CHC(Very old)
31No.AmbulanceRuksin CHC 
41No.AmbulanceBorguli PHC 
51No.AmbulanceBilat PHC(Very old)
61No.AmbulanceYagrung PHC 
  • PHED
Sl.noType of VeicleReg.No.Place of Deployment
1TruckAR-09-0049AE,Pasighat
2Truck(Water-Tanker)AR-09A-0050AE,Pasighat
3     ScorpioAR-09A-0065EE,Pasighat
  • DAO
Sl.noTypes of vehiclesNosPlace of DeploymentRemarks
1Tractor1Pasighat 
2Truck1Pasighat 
  • Station Superintendent:-                                   
Sl.noParticularNo.Remarks
1Bus12 
2Tata Sumo2 
3Mechanical jack12 
4Jack liver12 
5Chassis jack2 
6Torque Wrench1 
  1.  DFO:-
Sl.noParticularNo.Remarks
1Bolero1 
  1.  DHO:-
SL.NoParticularNoReg.No.Remarks
1Tractor1AR-09-3188 
2Mini Truck1AR-09-3130 
3Bolero1AR-09-0048 
  1. DF&CSO                                                      
SL.NoParticularNo.Remarks
1Bolero1 
2Truck3 
3Bike2 
  1. RWD:-
SL.NoParticularNo.Remarks
1Truck1 
  1. Veterinary:-
SL.NoParticularNoReg.No.Remarks
1Bolero1AR-09A-0026 
2Ambulance Max1AR-09A-1521 
3Truck1  
  1.  Hydro Power: –                                                 
Sl.noParticularReg.NoNosRemarks
1GypsyAR-09A-0026  
  1. Industry:-
Sl.NoParticularNoRemarks
1Bolero1Good condition.
  1. DDSE:-
Sl.NoParticularNo.Remark
1Gypsy1nos 
3DG set 10HP1Nos
  1. Deputy Director (ICDS)
Sl.NoParticularNoRemarks
1Bolero1Serviceable
  1. AP(i) coy NCC Officer Commanding:-
SL.NoParticularNosRemarks
1Mini Truck1 
2Water Tank2 
3Degchi 24”with Lead4 
4Kodai with Lead2 
5Gas Chullah1 
6Tent 4 way4 
7Blanket50 
8Ground Sheet20 
9Raincoat20 
  • BRTF
Sl.NoParticularNosRemarks
1M/Gypsy/Ambulance4 
2Tata 407/207/S/Bus4 
3Tata Tpr4 
4Tata W/Truck3 
5Tata L/C1 
6A/L Tpr3 
7BD503 
8W/Loader3 
9Excavator all model4 
10Excavator 801 
11M/Grader2 
12Paver Finisher2 
13Road Roller all model3 
14Water Pump all model1 
15Gen set all model3 
16W/Gen set2 
17Crane all model2 
18Exc 20 Ton1 
19Tata JD2 
24Damper7 
Sl.No  
1  
2  
3  
4  
5  
6  
7  
     

INVENTORY OF MATERIAL, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT:-

Sl.noHODSName of tools &equipmentNumbersRemarks
1.DFOEngine boat1 No60 person load capacity
Speed Boat1 No10 person capacity
Mahindra Truck1 No10 tons load capacity
1SP                        Pumping boat1No. 
Buoy life2Nos
Life jacket5Nos
Rescue Rope (line)1Nos.(5mtrs Approx)
Extension Ladder1No.fitted in fire tender vehicle
Fire ExtinguisherAvailable
Portable Generator set1No.
Shovels2Nos
Folding stretcher5Nos
Fire Axe5Nos
Search Light1No.
Spade shovel2Nos
2PWD  Spades15
Shovels20
Jumper5
Axe4
3PHED               PasighatMebo
Spade5 No’s5 No’s
Jamper5 No’s5 No’s
Shovel5 No’s5 No’s
Pick-axel5 No’s5 No’s
Chain Wrench 36”4 No’s4 No’s
Pipe wrench 24”5 No’s5 No’s
Pipe wrench 18”5 No’s5 No’s
Pipe wrench 14”5 No’s5 No’s
4DAOKnapsacks Sprayer20  No’s
5DFCSOManila Ropes200 Mtrs
Plastic Ropes1500 No’s
Jerry cans200 No’s
Gunny Begs1000 No’s
Skid board
Wooden Planks
6CDPOSuspen
Steel bucket

MAN POWER

Sl.NoName of Dept.Nodal officerNumber of man powerContact No.
1WRDExecutive Engineer508974552576
2Pasighat Municipal CouncilExecutive Engineer27 (Officers & Official) 58 Sanitation Staff.9436041967/7005346560 Tamang Darin, Mate 9862662221
3SP (Quick Response Team)Dy.SP Shri Tapang Tatak26(Officers & Official)7629827340/9436219904
4PWDExecutive Engineer309402655917
5PHEDExecutive Engineer2039402009732
6DAO 57085883133
7D VO 189774412652
8Station Supt. APSTStation Superintendence APSTStaff F-12-M-68 Total=80 
9RWDExecutive Engineer1347005267238
10JDSH(T&R) 14 
11DDSE 1609402442854
12DHO 18 
13PDShri Arun Siram APO(C)59862647666

CHAPTER-VI

STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES AND PREPAREDNESS

CHECKLIST FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS AGENCIES

            All the actions mentioned above are to be carried out by various departments / agencies to prevent any disaster and to minimize its affects. It is necessary that all the departments have well-defined standard operating procedures and preparedness checklists. The Deputy Commissioner must circulate the standard operating procedures among the departments / agencies and ask for compliance of the preparedness measures in the District Disaster Preparedness Committee meetings. The Deputy Commissioner should encourage all the departments to suggest changes in these procedures with a view to enhance the effectiveness of the District Disaster Management Plan.. It is absolutely important that all the departments / agencies are very familiar with the overall plan and the procedures specifically applicable to them and report diligently upon their implementation.

        Standard Operating Procedures should be modified/updated and improved upon in light of changing circumstances. The Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) of various departments at district level are given as under:

Preparedness Checklist for District Administration

Sl. No.Preparedness MeasuresAction Taken/Remarks
1.Update District Disaster Management Plan – Phone numbers, officials, details of offices and facilities. 
2.Check upon communication network: phones, wireless, fax, Internet etc. 
3.Update flood and road maps of the district. 
4.Activate District and Sub-divisional Control Rooms. Assign employees to the Control Rooms. 
5.Convene meetings of District Disaster Management Committee 
6.Convene NGOs’ meeting; prepare a list of NGOs with their Functional Specialization and Geographical Coverage.  
7.Check the Availability of Food Grains in PDS shops. 
8.Prepare a List of Relief Items for Distribution. 
9.Fix rates and supplies for relief items. 
10.Prepare a transport plan for evacuation and distribution of relief. 
11.Prepare a plan for VIPs’ movement. 
12.Prepare a media plan for dissemination of information to the people of the district; local newspapers, radio, TV and cable. 

STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES FOR THE POLICE

In-charge Officer: Superintendent of Police, East Siang District.

  • Prepare a Deployment Plan for the Police force, based on the needs of the most vulnerable areas. Maintain a list of disaster prone areas in the district.
  • Ensure that a sufficient number of police force is available for responding to any disaster.
  • Constitute ‘Search & Rescue’ Teams from the Police force, and arrange training for these units.  
  • Establish coordination with the Fire Services.
  • Check the wireless communication network, and secure additional wireless sets for deployment during a disaster.
  • Check communication links with the District, Sub-divisional and other police Control Rooms.
  • Keep the police vehicles and equipments in readiness for deployment of the police.
  • Identify anti-social elements in the area and take appropriate preventive steps to ensure smooth response and relief operations.

Preparedness Checklist for the Police

Sl. No.Preparedness MeasuresAction Taken / Remarks
1Prepare a deployment plan for police forces 
2Check the availability and readiness of the search and rescue teams from within the District Police. 
3Check wireless communication network and set up links with the District Control Room and Sub-divisional Control Rooms; Make additional wireless sets available. 
4Develop a traffic plan for contingencies arising out of disasters – one-way, blocked ways, alternate routes, and traffic diversion.  
5.Develop a patrolling plan for critical locations and marooned villages 
6.Keep the equipments and vehicles available with the Police in readiness. 
7.Prepare a plan for VIP visits to disaster-affected areas 
8.Identify anti-social elements that could create nuisance and take suitable preventive action. 

Standard Operating Procedures for Water Resource Department

In-charge Officer: Executive Engineer, WRD

  • Prepare and update the flood risk map. The map should show the river system, nalas, embankments and irrigation structures. Distribute the copy of maps to all the control rooms.
  • Prepare a contingency plan for the maintenance and repairs of Bunds and embankments.
  • Ensure 24×7 monitoring and reading of river level during rainy season.
  • Assign ‘Beat’ to Junior Engineers and other functionaries of the Irrigation Department. Prepare a duty chart for In-charge Junior Engineer. Make available the list of In-charge Junior Engineers to District / Sub-divisional Magistrates, and all the control rooms.
  • Make a physical inspection of all the embankments after the last floods for seepage, piping, rat holes and assess needs for repairs and reinforcement. Identify Bunds, which are critical for flood protection and control.
  • Prepare a list of critical Bunds/embankments, which need repairs and reinforcement after the last floods. Submit a list of these Bunds/embankments to the District Magistrate and the state government, and ask for necessary financial allocation.
  • Commence repairs of Bunds/embankments in the month of January every year after surveying the damages of floods last year, and ensure that all the repairs are completed in the month of March.
  • Provide special attention to those places where the Bunds/embankments were breached and repaired during the last floods. These are the Bunds, which will be threatened first, when the floods approach.
  • Undertake channel improvement for rivers and nalas. Undertake de-silting / cleaning of Nalas and canals to improve the flow of water.
  • Check all the siphons and regulators on the Bunds /embankments and canals. Clean siphons before the monsoon. Increase their capacity or replace them if the size of siphons and regulators is too small to prevent water from flowing in.
  • Check all the rain-gauze stations and ensure that they are functioning properly. Check that the readings from these stations are available immediately to the Water Resource Department. Prescribe a register for recording of rainfall.
  • Check the wireless network connecting flood stations and undertake necessary repairs, if available.
  • Set up the protocol for reporting of flood situation to the District Magistrate / District Control Room.
  • Keep in readiness essential tool kits and protection material at critical places for emergency deployment. These may include:
  • Empty cement bags
  • Boulders
  • Ropes
  • Sand
  • Wire mesh
  • Shovels
  • Baskets
  • Lights
  • Inform the district administration of the places where these materials have been stored.

Preparedness Checklist for Water Resource Department

Sl. No.Preparedness MeasuresAction Taken / Remarks
1.Check the wireless network and ensure that all the flood stations are connected. 
2.Establish mechanisms for exchange of information with Assam. 
3.Inspect all the embankments, and check their height and slope. 
4.Check that all the embankments have been repaired/ reinforced, in particular those Bunds which were damaged during the last floods. 
5.Check the drainage system of the embankments and ensure that the seepage and rat holes, etc. have been closed.  
6.Check that all the materials required for protecting Bunds/embankments have been stored at different places, and a list of these places has been furnished to the district administration.  
7.Check that the Junior engineers and other staff have been assigned their beats, and all the arrangement for continuous vigilance over these embankments has been made. 
8.Check that all rain gauge stations are functional, and arrangements have been made to report the readings. 
9.Check the regulators and siphons. Check that they have been repaired and cleaned, for increasing the flow of water. 
10.Check all the anti-erosion works, necessary to maintain the Bunds/embankments. 

Standard Operating Procedures for Health Department

In-charge Officer: District Medical Officer,

  • Prepare a health contingency plan for the district. It should include a list of civil hospitals, primary health centers and sub-centers, and medical personnel. The contingency plan should also include the details of hospitals and medical practitioners in the private sector.
  • Constitute mobile health units consisting of a doctor, health workers and ANMs, and prepare a deployment plan. Each mobile health unit may cover a number of villages.
  • Determine types of injuries / illnesses expected. In case of floods, it should mostly be cases of drowning, snake bites, and water-borne diseases.
  • Undertake vaccination in the villages most vulnerable to floods.
  • Secure medical supplies in adequate quantity for dealing with these situations, which may include:
  • Oral Rehydration Solutions  
  • Chlorine Tablets
  • Bleaching Powder
  • Anti-snake Venom
  • Anti diarrheal and Anti emetic Medicines
  • Intravenous fluids
  • Suture Materials
  • Surgical Dressings
  • Splints & Plaster Rolls
  • Disposable Needles and Syringes
  • Local Antiseptics
  • Ensure adequate supplies of blood in the district.
  • Keeps one operating facility in each block in readiness. Maintain all the equipment necessary for operations.
  • Prepare a maternity facility for pregnant women in every block.
  • Seek mutual aid arrangement with civil and military hospitals in the district.
  • Arrange provision of clean water in hospitals and Primary Health Centers.

Preparedness Checklist for Health Department

Sl. No.Preparedness MeasuresAction Taken / Remarks
1Prepare a Health Contingency Plan for deployment of health and medical personnel 
2Organize vaccination in Flood-prone villages 
3.Ensure necessary stock of medical supplies and blood 
4.Organize maternity care centers in every block. 
5.Keep operative facilities in readiness. 

Standard Operating Procedures for Agriculture Department

In-charge Officer: District Agriculture Officer, East Siang District.

  • Ensure that certified seeds of required varieties are available in adequate quantities.
  • Print and widely distribute the list of points where certified seeds are available along with names of varieties and rates. Notices may be affixed at public places such as bus stands, on buses themselves, PHCs, Block headquarters, etc.
  • Suggest variety of seeds and cropping pattern, which can cut losses and reduce the risks to farmers.
  • Develop a pest and disease monitoring system so that timely steps can be taken to reduce damage to crops.

Preparedness Checklist for Agriculture

Sl. No.Preparedness MeasuresAction Taken / Remarks
1.Check the availability of seeds, and disseminate information about the outlets where seeds can be made available. 
2.Set up a public information system regarding sowing of crops, alternative crops, pests, and application of fertilizers. 
3.Prepare a program for spray of pesticides and insecticides after the floods. 

Standard Operating Procedures for PHED

In-charge Officer: Executive Engineer, PHED,

  • Increase the height of pipe by adding a pipe of 3 to 10 feet. It helps extract clean drinking water during the floods.
  • Keep hand pumps, pipes and sockets in readiness and install them as soon as flood situation arises. 
  • Rain water may be harvested during rainy season for alternative drinking water during flood.
  • Keep the water tanker in running condition.

Preparedness Checklist for PHED

Sl. No.Preparedness MeasuresAction Taken / Remarks
1.Keep hand pumps, pipes and sockets in readiness for installation / increasing the height of pipes. 
2.Obtain a list of temporary shelters where people may take shelter in case of any disaster. Prepare for arrangement of water supply at all such locations. 
3.Maintain adequate stock of chlorine tablets and bleaching powder. 

Standard Operating Procedures for Animal Husbandry

In-charge Officer: District Veterinary Officer.

  • Prepare a list of flood-related diseases that are preventable by vaccination. Publicize the information about common diseases affecting livestock and the precautions that need to be taken.
  • Assist the District Administration in preparing plans for cattle camps and cattle feeding centers. 
  • Organize vaccination campaigns in flood-prone villages before, during and after the floods.
  • Prepare kits for veterinary diseases, which could be provided to veterinary doctors at the block level and Extension Officers at the village level

Preparedness Checklist for Animal Husbandry

Sl No.Preparedness MeasuresAction Taken / Remarks
1.Publicize the list of common ailments during floods and possible precautions. 
2.Organization of vaccination for cattle in flood-prone villages. 
3.Prepare a plan for setting up cattle camps and cattle feeding centers. 
4.Prepare kits which could be given to Veterinary doctors and Animal Husbandry workers. 

Standard Operating Procedures for Forest Department

In-charge Officer:  Divisional Forest Officer,

  • Allow the transportation of fodder from forest areas, when the fodder is not freely available.
  • Provide wooden poles and bamboo for relief and reconstruction at subsidized rate. Provide these materials to all the technical departments, which need them.

Standard Operating Procedures for PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

In-charge Officer: Executive Engineer, PWD.

  • Maintain all the highways and access roads, which are critical from the point of view of supplying relief.
  • Increase the size of bridges, if necessary, so as to prevent breach of roads and Bunds. Smaller bridges prevent flow of water.
  • Construct / reinforce the connecting roads from villages to roads, canals and Bunds/embankments.
  • All equipments i.e, Bulldozers, Crane, Truck etc. must be checked and keep in readiness for use during disaster.
  • Check and repair all the drainage systems in the rural and urban areas before the monsoon season.

Standard Operating Procedures for the Power Department

In-charge Officer: Executive Engineer, Power (E)

  • Protect Power Stations from water logging. Raise the height of compound walls. Arrange gunny bags. Install pump sets for draining water.
  • Check the electrical lines on a continuous basis. Switch off the power supply, where the lines have tripped.
  • Provide information to the people about the state of electrical supply. It is one of the most important sources of information.
  • Take special care to ensure that all the critical facilities like hospitals, Control Rooms, etc. continue to get power and they are functional.
  • Alternative arrangements should be made for emergency services.

Standard Operating Procedure for Department Of Transportation

In-charge Officer: EAC/CO (TPT)/District Transport Officer,

Prepare a list of vehicles—trucks, buses, MUVs and SUVs in the district and provide the list to the District Control Room.

  • Provide Tata Sumo and other vehicles for mobile health and animal husbandry teams.
  • Provide trucks, buses and Tata-Sumos for evacuation and relief supplies.
  • Issue standing instructions to the Suptd.of APST for providing buses for evacuation and relief.
  • Training of Functionaries
  • The district administration should arrange periodical training programme for all concerned departments. The programme may be organized at district headquarters or at Block Headquarters and select officials may be sent training at state/ national training centers. These trained officials should be entrusted to train other lower level officials and Panchayat representatives. Training camps may be organized at district level in which experts may be invited from reputed institutes.
  • Simulation exercises/ Mock Drill
  • Periodic simulation exercises may be carried out to test the preparedness of all concerned role players. Drills may be carried out at various sites ie Hospital, Offices, Schools, Markets etc. The shortcomings and weaknesses observed during this must be identified and eradicated with proper and timely action.

Chapter-VII

PERSON TO CONTACT:-

Sl.NoNameDesignationContact no.
Dr. Kinny Singh, IASDC03682222340(o)0368-2222222 9436895200/9999212205(M)
Shri Tatdo  BorangADC0368-2222008(o)9436253603(M)
Shri R. SinghSP03682222211,2224001(O)03682224002 9436043100 
Shri Tapang TatakDy SP7629827340/9436219904
Smti  Genden TsomuDDMO9436053326(M)2223448/1077(0)
Shri  T. MizeEE(Elect)PED03682222364(0)9436059758(M)
EE(Elect)8414077247
Er. Mizing DupakEE(PHED)0368-2223088(0) 9402009732(M)
Shri Tani TakiEE(PWD)03682222332(0)9862656554(M)
Shri Dabe PermeEE(Highways)9436271701
Shri kipa RiniaEE(RWD)03682222544(0)7005267238(M)
Shri Gonong PertinEE(WRD)8974552576
Shri Kipa GagungEE(PMC)9436041967/ 7005346560
Smti Machi GaoDD(ICDS)9436050772
Shri Duyu HabingAE (Hydro Power)09436228793
Dr. Kaling DaiDMO0368-2222253(O)0  /09436043067
Dr. Dukhum RainaJDHS(T&R)03682222249/2222602/9436041290
Dr. Y.R. DarangMedical suptdt.09436043029
Smti Deepali DodumDIPRO09436630007(M)9436226688(M)
Smti Ajit PaoDDA7085883133/0368-2222249(O)
Shri Okong TabingDHO0382222403 (O) /9862812106
Shri Tashi MizeDFO(T)8258840854
Dr.Talo TagguDVO03682222725,2222018(O) 09774412652
Shri Jongge YirangDDSE9436043248/ 8259838134
Shri Bijoy PertinDF &CSO0382222213 (O) 08794356516 (M)
Shri Sibo PassingPD(DRDA)9436259585
Sri Onyok PanyangCDPO09436416807
Shri Kabit EringSr SS(APST)9612453200/03682222010 (O)
Shri T. Devaraj Singh.DIO9402476554(M)
Shri Arun Morang (AIR)03682222023/2222521(O) 
Shri PK ThungonDD-UD&H03682223204(O) 9436248213
Shri M. JamohDDI9402973031
Shri Ojing NangkarDLRSO9485230970
Shri Dani TaserDSO(ststic)9436255338
Shri Babul PanggingOC Fire Station8257923145
Shri T. Padung(DTO) Scout & Guides9402926517
Col. Monish Dass Shri Gendha LalBRTF03682222124(0)9636685572 08414999325
Col PK HembromOC,(NCC)03682222007(O) / 9920231077
Dr.K.K MishraI/C NCC JNC 9436043398(M)03682224873
Shri Talut TalomI/C NCC,JNC9436057972 (M)
Maj. Sabari PM56 Arty BGD Sigar8130684467/8257008728
JS Bascematary6/186 BN CRPF09402476763

OUT POST ADMIN OFFICERS Contact numbers:-

SlnoName & DesignationPlaceContact no.
1Shri Kabit Apang ADCRUKSIN.09402675225
2Shri Hage Lailang ADCMEBO.09462440257
3Shri Oni Padung, COBILAT09436248964
4Shri Pema Dorjee COYAGRUNG.09436631303
5Shri Kabang Apum COMEBO09436289756
6Ms. Heera Panggeng COSILLE- OYAN09436052411

NODAL & ALTERNATE NODAL OFFICER

SlnoDepartmentName & Designation of Nodal officerContact No.Name & Designation of Alternative Nodal officerContact No.
1WRDShri Gonong Pertin8974552576Er. Bising Darin, AE09402943811
2PMCEr. Kipa Gagung9436041967/ 7005346560Shri Tani Taloh ATP9436096222
3DUDAShri PK Thungon9436248213Shri Kaling Dai7005647518/ 8257020550
4DMODr. Kaling Dai09436043067Dr. T. Gao943628931
5POLICEShri Tapang Tatak7629827340/ 9436219904W. Ramwa(RI)9612890946
6PWD(H/w)Er. Dabe Perme9436271701Er. Jacob Siram9862419555
7PWDShri Tani Taki9402067137Er.Tasiram Pertin,AE-II Er.BinamMesser,AE-II09436043511 09436271645
8PHEDEr. Mizing Dupak9402009732Er.Er. KalingTaki, AE08974639827/ 9436050729
9DAOSmti Promilla Megu7005627748Shri Murter Kakki, ADO9436250917/ 9862812575
10POWERShri  T. Mize9436059758Er.Kabit Darang,AE(E)               08131819729
11DHOMs. Omeng Ering HDO8974122711Sri Oter Gao, HDO09436043436
12DVODr.N.Taloh,SVO,Psgt09436043936Dr.R.Chowdhuri,SVO .Bilat08014180983
13JDH(T&R)Smti Yater Ringu Darang Med. Supdt.0368-2224285 09436043029Dr. Radesh Tatan, SMO(SG)09436043886
14DFO(T)Tashi Mize8258840854Sri Osar Gao, FR09402450294
15HydroA.Perme AE.09436860882  
16PMASri K.N.Thakur,G/Secy AMP09862299036
17DDSEShri Jongge Yirang9436043248/ 8259838134Sri Mary Siram DAEO9436043090
186/186 BN CRPFPradip Kr. Yadav08413875050/ 09402476763Vimile Chusi  Sub-Inspector8731001701
  

Note:-

Similarly, the contingency plan of Disaster Management shall be prepared immediately at Sub-Divisional Level, circle Level and Village Level by the concern Administrative officer Block development officer and PRI member and furnish the copy of plan to the Deputy Commissioner.

(Dr. Kinny Singh) IAS

                Chairperson

      District Disaster Management Authority

            East Siang District

             Pasighat.

                 Genden Tsomu

                   Member Secy.

District Disaster Management Authority          

            East Siang District

                      Pasighat.                                                                         

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