Government Declares Ex-Gratia to Dead, Injured People in The Kerala Landslide

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At least 15 people died after heavy rain caused a landslide early this morning in Kerala’s Idukki district. So far, we’ve rescued 15 others and are undergoing treatment at the Tata General Hospital in Munnar. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan stated on Friday evening.

As stated by the officials, rescuersn has retrieved a minimum of 15 dead bodies. In fact, they struggled to free around 50 others feared; trapped below debris in Kerala’s Idukki district. It happens on Friday after torrential rains triggered a huge landslide within the area.

Native authorities stated the establishment of tea property workers in Rajamalai of Idukki had hit by the landslide early on Friday. Residents stated the area has been witnessing heavy rains over the past three days. In fact, it had breached the power supply and contact networks within the area as because of the rainstorm.

In line with reports, one more landslide took place on the way to the Sabarimala hill temple in Pathanamthitta. It is the well-known Shiva temple in Ernakulam district get nearly flooded as the water level in the Periyar River rose. At least 15 folks have lost their lives in a landslide in Kerala’s Idukki district on Friday. In fact, 57 people are still missing. Also, the rescue work is underway.

Heavy rains in several parts of Kerala have caused floods and landslides. In fact, it has wreaked havoc within the area over the past few days. The India Metrological Department (IMD) has declared a red alert for very heavy rainfall in some districts. Also, they have set orange alert in 5 other districts of the southern state.

What Kerala’s CM Said

Kerala’s CM has announced ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakhs to the next of kin who’ve lost lives in the landslides in Rajamalai here in Munnar. He also pointed out that the ministry will take care of the medical bills of the injured once.

CM stated that the landslides in Rajamalai was during the early hours of Friday. Because of heavy rain, electricity and contact link had cut off. So the report of disaster came up a lot later. It washed away the bridge to this place in the rain. This further delayed the rescue staff. The native residents, fireplace drive, and the police had started rescue works under the control of the sub-collector.

Condolence Expressed Via Tweets

Amit Shah express his condolences to the bereaved households of those that have lost their lives in Kerala landslide. He spoke to DG NDRF so that their crew reached to the spot to supply all potential help to the local authority with the relief work.

PM Modi said that he’s feels pain by the loss of lives because of a landslide in Rajamalai, Idukki. He put his thoughts with the bereaved families. In fact, he prays that the injured should get better soon. He confirms NDRF and the rescue teams are engaged on the ground level, helping the affected. Ex-gratia of Rs. 2 lakh each from PMNRF will give to the next of kin of those who have lost their lives. Also, Rs. 50,000 each will give to those injured because of the landslide.

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