In Kerela, the landslide in Kerala kills 49 people till now and our searching teams continue searching.
In Rajamal which is situated in Kerala’s Idukki district rises to 49 on Monday as si The death toll in the landslide at a tea plantation in Rajamala in Kerala’s Idukki district rose to 49 on Monday after six bodies were found more by the searching team.
But there is also good news regarding this and that till now 12 people are rescued while 21 are still missing this is the latest report which has come from the tea plantation firm.
As noticed on August 6 the landslide was caused by a heavy rainstorm which produced a heavy loss in the residential areas of plantation workers at the Nyamakad estate which is situated near the hilly areas of Munnar. Around 80 peoples were present there at the time of the incident.
It was noticed till Sunday over 14 bodies were found at the site of the landslide. The Congress MP from Idukki Dean Kuriakos visited this site on Monday and comes with a decision that to nudge the search operations towards the river bank side.
Currently, the rescue team is focusing on the lower regions of the river there is around 500 staff present in this region.
There is another threat that is of Covid-19 makes a halt in the work of a worker after Kerala fire and rescue services from Alappuzha tested positive for Coronavirus.
The landslide has completely killed all the families of the plantation workers who lived in that region in one family for example 12 members of the family of Munnar panchayat Ananada Siva including himself have perished in this landslide.