Heritage Explorer January, 2019
The catastrophic collapse of the coal mine at Ksan village by the Lyten River under Saipung police station in East Jaintia Hills trapping 14 workers was waiting to happen for a long time. For near about 40 years the deep and dark rat-hole system of coal mining in east Jantia Hills is going on without any obstruction or restrictions, creating large cavities below the earth's surface. This not only destroyed the topography of the area but also the beauty of the undulating hillocks and the greenery of the large patches of vegetable cultivations.
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