Houses, schools and clinics had roofs blown off by heavy rains accompanied by strong winds that pounded Guruve on Saturday, leaving more than 100 families in Kachuta Village homeless.
Communities have been left with no foodstuffs, livestock and farming inputs they had recently received under the Presidential Input Scheme.
One of the most affected institutions is Chemachinda Primary School where five houses, classrooms and administration blocks were badly damaged.
Several huts were roofless and Member of Parliament for Guruve North Grover Dzapasi was at a loss for words and said the whole Kachuta Village is in need of aid as the rains destroyed almost everything the villagers possessed.
At Kachuta Clinic, all wards were destroyed and the medicine at the clinic pharmacy was also affected.
More updates to come as our team investigates the scene.
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