73 Bodies Recovered, 47 Missing, Say Officials


73 Bodies Recovered, 47 Missing In Maharashtra Landslides: Officials

NDRF has deployed 34 groups in landslide-hit areas of Maharashtra (File)

New Delhi:

Seventy-three our bodies have been retrieved and 47 persons are lacking following landslides triggered by heavy rainfall within the coastal areas of Maharashtra, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) mentioned on Sunday.

S N Pradhan, the Director General (DG) of the federal drive, tweeted the most recent information of its operations being undertaken in Raigad, Ratnagiri and Satara districts of the state.

As per the info, NDRF rescuers have retrieved a complete of 73 our bodies from these areas with the very best variety of 44 from the worst-hit Taliye village underneath Mahad tehsil of Raigad. Forty-seven individuals have been reported lacking in these three districts, as per the info posted at 12:19 pm on Twitter.

The drive has deployed 34 groups for reduction and rescue operations within the affected areas of Maharashtra. The NDRF is working in landslide-affected Taliye in Raigad, Porase in Ratnagiri and Mirgaon, Ambeghar and Dhokawale in Satara district, the info mentioned.

As per state authorities figures up to date until Saturday, the demise rely from the torrential rains that battered Maharashtra’s Pune and Konkan divisions, triggering landslides in some areas stands at 112, together with 52 within the coastal Raigad district alone.

As many as 1,35,313 individuals have been shifted to safer locations, together with 78,111 in western Maharashtra’s Sangli district, adopted by 40,882 in Kolhapur district.

The Krishna river in Sangli and Panchganga in Kolhapur are in flood although the rains had been reported to have subsided on Saturday.

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