38 Killed in Heavy Rains in India and Bangladesh

38 Killed in Heavy Rains and Cyclone in India and Bangladesh; 12 Die in Mine Collapse in Mizoram


Heavy Rains and Cyclone Claim 38 Lives in India and Bangladesh; 12 Killed in Mizoram Mine Collapse.

According to AFP, Mizoram Deputy Commissioner Nazuk Kumar reported that 12 bodies have been recovered so far, with more searches ongoing.

NDTV reported that Police Director General Anil Shukla stated that rescue operations in the mine have been hampered by heavy rainfall.

Mizoram Chief Minister Lalduhoma announced aid for the families of those killed in the landslide caused by Cyclone Remal.

Indian President Droupadi Murmu expressed her prayers on social media for the success of rescue and relief efforts and for the swift recovery of the injured.

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According to the report, several highways and important roads in Mizoram have been blocked due to landslides, prompting the closure of all schools and government employees instructed to work from home.

India’s Meteorological Department has forecasted the heaviest rainfall in Mizoram and other northeastern states.

Meanwhile, Assam Chief Minister Baswa Sarma stated that rapid rainfall has resulted in one casualty and disrupted electricity supply.

A cyclone-induced disaster has struck both Bangladesh and India, claiming a total of 38 lives across the two nations.

In the Indian state of West Bengal, eight civilians have lost their lives, bringing the total death toll in India to 21.

According to disaster management and police authorities in Bangladesh, 17 people have been killed by the cyclone and heavy rainfall.

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