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Mizoram

Mizoram - Official website - http://dmr.mizoram.gov.in/ 

Hazard Profile - Earthquake, Fire, Landslide, Cyclone and Hailstorms

Control Room - 0389-2342520, Fax: 0389-2306518

 

Chief Minister - Sh. PU LALTHANHAWLA

Chief Secretary - Ms. L. Tochhaong
Office: 0389 -2322411, 0389 -2322429, Fax : 0389 -2322745
Residence: 0389 -2322412
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DGP - Sh. Dharmendra Kumar
Office: 0389-2334682 Fax : 0389-2334310
Mobile: 08415928919
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List of DCs and SPs Mizoram -

TELEPHONE NUMBERS OF DISTRICT COLLECTORS MIZORAM

Sl No.

District

Office/Fax No.

Mobile No.

1

 

Aizwal

0389-2329203/201
0389-232902(F)
0389-232119(DEOC)

9436352710

2

 

Champhal

03831-234402(O)
FAX-234400

9436141486

3

Kolasib

03837-220001/221063
FAX-221999

8729971225

4.

Mamit

0389-2565220/
2565414
FAX-2565539

9862287492

5

Lunglei

0372-2324121
FAX-0372-2324021/209

9436147001

6

Serchhip

03838-222432
FAX-03838-222178

9436773077

7

Saiha

03835-222024
FAX-03835-222038

897405301

8

Lawngtlai

03835-232805
FAX-03835-232656

9862078140

 Details of SSP/SP's of District Mizoram

S.No

Name District

Mobile

Office No

Residential No

Fax No

1

Aizawl

9436146592

2315877

0389-2345942

0389-2322009

2

Lunglei

9436768768

2324010

0372-2324112

3234135

3

Saiha

8974052461

222040

03835-222044

222062

4

Champhai

8414893997

234766

03831-234767

234777

5

Kolasib

9612050037

220948

03837-221054

221349

6

Serchhip

9436772988

222389

03838-222357

222371

7

Lawngtlai

8974066526

232806

03835-232807

232941

8

Mamit

9612156676

2565324

0389-2565304

2565724

9

Ailawh

9436140003

2310003

 

2310003

 


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The Mizoram State Disaster Management Plan for 2011-12 has been prepared by the State Disaster Management Authority as per the mandate of the Disaster Management Act 2005 and guidelines provided by the National Disaster Management Authority. In 1992, massive landslides occurred in Mizoram, taking the lives of 166 people as well as damaging 14 houses. Moreover, 66 bodies were unrecovered. Earlier in 1983, 250 houses were damaged in Aizawl city alone. Landslide is, therefore, one of the major disasters of the State. The State is also prone to fire, earthquake, high wind and cyclonic storms and drought. The State is in Seismic Zone–V, which is the highest risk zone to earthquakes. The Tropic of Cancer passes through the middle of the State. Thus there is always abundant rainfall during the monsoon season, starting from April to October. High wind/cyclonic storm always strike the State at the beginning and after the monsoon season, which creates havoc in the State by damaging dwelling houses and crops. Due to excess rainfall, landslides are very serious hazard for the State. Landslides disrupt road, communications, damage houses and cause loss of life every year. Due to absence of proper regulation in land use and buildings in the past, Aizawl city and other towns in the State are more vulnerable to earthquake and other calamities. Roads are narrow and will be difficult to bring heavy equipments for rescue work. Not only communication within Aizawl city and other towns difficult, but also road communication between the Districts can be severely disrupted. Keeping this in mind, the State Government had decided to establish 4 units of State Disaster Response Force from the Mizoram Armed Police and the IR Battalions located in strategic locations.

 

Mizoram has a population of about 10 lakhs with eight districts, 26 development blocks, 23 towns and 817 villages. The total area of the State is 21081 Sq km. The State has as much as 404 km of international border with Myanmar and 318 km with Bangladesh. The urban population is slightly higher than 50% of total population. This plan is formulated in the context of natural and man-made disasters to the multi-hazards vulnerabilities and is based on the population growth in the urban areas, the vast disparities of income, rapid growth of urbanization and development in risk zones, environment degradation, climate change, the State economy and sustainable development. The objective of the State Disaster Management Plan of Mizoram is to facilitate the execution of activities for preparedness, prevention, mitigation, response and coordination for all stakeholders upto the community level and their involvement in all phases.