Incessant rainfall has triggered massive landslides in Nagaland University’s Kohima campus.
Heavy downpour has also damaged the main road leading to the university. Students of the university blamed hapless quality of construction for the worn out condition of the roads.
The condition is such that classes remain suspended from two days as students are facing tough time to travel to the campus with roads sinking and trees uprooted at several places.
Nagaland University Students union President Chongrokhum expressing concern said that the dilapidated road was posing as a threat for the future of the students.