On Sunday, The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) declared that landslides in the coastal areas of Maharashtra had caused 73 bodies and 47 people were missing. Federal Forces Director General (DG) SN Pradhan tweeted the latest data on his operations in the Raigad, Ratnagiri and Satara regions of the state.
According to the NDRF data, NDRF rescuers recovered a total of 73 bodies from these areas, of which 44 were from the worst affected village of Taliye under Mahad tehsil in Raigad. According to data posted on Twitter at 12:19 pm, 47 people have been reported missing in these three regions.
The troops have fielded 34 teams to perform rescue and rescue operations in the disaster-affected areas of Maharashtra. The NDRF data shows that NDRF is working in Taliye, Porase and Mirgaon from Ratnagiri, Ambeghar and Dhokawale affected by landslides in Raigad.
According to state government data updated as of Saturday, heavy rains hit the Pune and Konkan sub-districts of Maharashtra, causing landslides in some areas, and the mortality toll was 112, including 52 people in the coastal area of Raigad. Up to 1,35,313 people have been evacuated to safer locations, with 78,111 in the Sangli district in western Maharashtra, followed by 40,882 in the Kolhapur district.
Sangli’s Krishna River and Kolhapur’s Panchganga were deluged, but the rains were reported to have subsided on Saturday
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