Mumbai Landslide LIVE: Due to incessant rains in Mumbai, 20 people have died in the wall collapse incident in two areas so far, the President-Prime Minister has expressed deep sorrow over this accident.
Mumbai Landslide LIVE: Heavy rain in Maharashtra’s capital Mumbai since Saturday night has caused huge destruction on Sunday. There is a view of flooding on the roads, the whole life is busy, while the local train service, which is called the lifeline of Mumbai, has also come to a standstill due to rain. Water has entered the house in many areas. Due to rain, 20 people have died due to wall collapse at two places, while 16 people have been rescued so far in the incident. Several people were injured, while many people are still feared trapped under the rubble. Relief and rescue operations are on at the spot.Also Read – Mumbai Rains: Rain wreaked havoc in Mumbai, 15 people died due to wall collapse this morning, many may be buried under debris
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President Ram Nath Kovind and PM Narendra Modi have expressed deep grief over this disaster in Mumbai. In his condolence message, the President said that he was deeply saddened by the news of several casualties in the incidents following heavy rains in Chembur and Vikhroli areas of Mumbai. I express my condolences to the bereaved families and wish them successful relief and rescue work. Also Read – Weather Latest Update: Mumbai water-water due to rain, heavy rain warning for Himachal, know how will be today’s weather?
At the same time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also expressed deep grief over the incident and expressed condolences to the families of the deceased and also announced a compensation of two lakh each to the kin of the deceased.
NDRF team is engaged in relief and rescue
NDRF officials said that at least 20 people have died and several others have been injured due to incessant rains overnight in Mumbai’s Mahul and Vikhroli areas. The NDRF team said that four to five houses have been affected by the landslide and at least six to eight people are still feared trapped under the debris.
While 10 bodies were retrieved by the Brihanmumbai Corporation (BMC) and fire brigade personnel before the NDRF arrived, one person was later found dead. The BMC’s Disaster Management Cell said that 17 people were brought to the city’s Rajawadi Hospital in a dead condition and two have been discharged after treatment.
Officials said that the NDRF team present at the spot is carrying out relief and rescue operations.