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Saturday, August 8, 2020

14 People Died And 57 Still Missing In Landslide Of Kerla - News Sect


Kerla, landslide
News Sect:-
India already facing the Covid-19 pandemic and recently it crossed twenty lakh cases, Mumbai is facing heavy rainfall from day before yesterday a lot of water went into people's houses but Kerala facing a worse situation than any of this.

Kerla has 31700 cases which caused a bunch of problems but including this Kerala is suffering from flood also. Idukki is a place in Kerala that faced landslides and as per the report at least 14 people die and 57 are still missing under all that mud. The people who are suffering from this situation are tea plantation workers.

Mountain slide
A river took all of the mud and debris within it and washed over the line of settlements. According to reports a total of twelve people were found or rescued from the river of mud and debris but they haven't found fifty-seven workers who suffered this landslide.

The only reason for this landslide is heavy rainfall in this area which is reported in Nayamakad estate in Devikulam Taluk. Settlements mean people leave together as a group and as per news, at least 30 settlements are getting buried under this debris and a lot of mud in which nearly seventy-eight peoples reside before something bad happens.

River, flood
Rescue operations were immediately started as people knew about this landslide and this operation was started by the police, fire force, and NDRF. The place where this landslide happens is placed in the remote area, they have broken power lines, heavy fog, and uninterrupted rainfall which causes a lot of problems to relife operation at the site.

Prime minister Narendra Modi tweeted and prayed for the people who suffered this landslide lets hope they will get healthy as early as possible.

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