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“Unfortunate”: Huge Wildfire At Dzuko Valley At Manipur-Nagaland Border

Dzukou vary is claimed to be a vacationers’ favorite.

An enormous wildfire engulfed the picturesque Dzuko Valley, well-known for its biodiversity and seasonal flowers, situated on the borders of Manipur and Nagaland. Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh final evening known as the incident “very unfortunate”, describing Dzuko Valley as “one of the most beautiful places in Manipur”. According to officers, the fireplace is now beneath management.

The huge hearth is more likely to have brought on enormous harm to biodiversity in Dzuko, also called “the valley of the flowers”. 

It began two-three days in the past, N Biren Singh stated. “Very unfortunate, that a wild fire has started at the Dzuko Valley, one of the most beautiful place in Manipur probably started about 2-3 days ago from the Nagaland side and crossed over to our side. It is likely that the fire might even reached Mt.Iso area today,” the 59-year-old Manipur Chief Minister wrote in a late-night tweet. 

In visuals he posted, smoke could possibly be see billowing from the attractive mountains.

In one other tweet, he wrote: “Wildfire at Dzuko valley Officials and villagers could not enter the burning areas as the scale of fire is too large with strong winds and there is no proper equipment it may be difficult to control by manpower. The grasses are dry, More manpower are sending with equipment.”


Indian Air Force choppers are seemingly for use at this time to fully put out the flames. 

The Nagaland State Disaster Management Authority (NSDMA) haven’t but confirmed the reason for the wildfire. 

Dzukou vary is claimed to be a vacationers’ favorite. It is fashionable with trekkers for its attention-grabbing and difficult trekking circuits.  It attracts journey and nature lovers for its scenic magnificence and wealthy flora. 

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