Kerala: Landslide kills 60, kills 15 workers


Heavy rains caused a major accident in Idukki district of Kerala. As many as 15 workers were killed in a landslide in Rajmala area on Friday due to heavy rains.

At the same time, the lives of 60 people working in the tea garden are being threatened. It is said that many workers fell into the rubble during the landslide and many people went missing.

This caused a stir in the area

Landslides started in Kerala due to incessant rains. So far 15 people have lost their lives. The rescue team reached the spot and rescued 12 people so far. Besides, 12 ambulances and mobile teams have also been sent to the spot.


The workers lived in shelters

It is known that there was a colony of workers at the site of the landslide. Workers working in the tea estate lived in the same area. According to sources, a large amount of debris fell into the workers’ shelter during the landslide. More than 80 workers are trapped in the rubble.

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The Prime Minister expressed his condolences

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed grief over the incident in a tweet. He further said that the families of those who lost their lives during the Kerala landslide will be given Rs two lakh from the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund. The Prime Minister also promised to pay Rs 50,000 to the injured.


The Chief Minister of Kerala has expressed his condolences

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has also expressed grief over the incident. He said the families of those who lost their lives during the incident would be given five lakh rupees. He added that those injured in the incident. The state government will bear the cost of their treatment.



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