Worried by the terrified situation of the state due to the flash floods, Chief Minister Manik Sarkar accompanied by other officials visited the relief camp opened at Swami Dayalananda School on Sunday morning.
Visiting the camp CM Manik Sarkar ensured that all the basic facilities should be provided to the people who have taken shelter in the relief camps.
Three districts of Tripura were affected by flash floods due to incessant rains and at least 4,500 families were rendered homeless.
More than 2,000 families were forced to take refuge in different government buildings as large part of the state capital and its low lying outskirts were inundated.
Chief Minister Manik Sarkar reviewed the flood situation in Tripura and asked the administration to arrange for shelter to the people who were rendered homeless and distribute relief materials to them.