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Cyclone Remal: Cyclone Remal wreaked havoc, 27 people died in Mizoram

Cyclone Remal: 27 folks died in Aizawl district as a result of cyclone Remal. All of them died as a result of landslides after rain. In the meantime, the Chief Minister of Mizoram expressed grief and introduced compensation. The Chief Minister has introduced Rs 15 crore for the State Catastrophe Reduction Fund. The Info and Public Relations Division mentioned, the federal government introduced to provide Rs 4 lakh to the households of the deceased.

Cyclone Remal has claimed 27 lives as a result of landslides in Aizawl district. Mizoram CM has introduced Rs 15 crore for the State Catastrophe Reduction Fund. An ex-gratia of Rs 4 lakh has been introduced for the subsequent of kin of the deceased: Division of Info & Public Relations, Authorities of Mizoram pic.twitter.com/82fbMlQZGM

— ANI (@ANI) May 28, 2024 People misplaced their lives as a result of stone quarry collapse, 8 folks lacking

A report of the Mizoram State Catastrophe Administration Authority (MSDMA) mentioned that 27 folks, together with two minors, have been killed and eight others went lacking after a large landslide precipitated a stone quarry collapse in Aizawl district. An official mentioned the incident happened round 6 am within the space between Meltham and Hlimen, positioned on the southern outskirts of Aizawl metropolis.

President Draupadi Murmu expressed grief over the accident

President Draupadi Murmu on Tuesday condoled the lack of lives in a stone quarry collapse close to Aizawl in Mizoram and prayed for the success of rescue and aid operations. “Saddened to learn about the loss of lives in a stone quarry collapse near Aizawl in Mizoram. My condolences to the bereaved families. I pray for the success of rescue and relief operations and wish for the speedy recovery of the injured,” President Murmu posted on X.

Two killed, over 500 injured as a result of heavy rains in Meghalaya

Two folks have been killed and over 500 injured in Meghalaya as a result of heavy rains following cyclone 'Remal'. Officers mentioned one individual died in East Jaintia Hills and one other died in a automotive accident in East Khasi Hills district. A report of the State Catastrophe Administration Authority (SDMA) mentioned that incessant rains within the final 24 hours have affected about 17 villages and several other homes have been broken.

Three killed, 17 injured as a result of heavy rains in Assam

Robust winds and heavy rains triggered by Cyclone Remal wreaked havoc in Assam on Tuesday, leaving three folks useless and 17 injured.

4 folks died, many homes broken as a result of heavy rains in Nagaland

A minimum of 4 folks have been killed and greater than 40 homes have been broken in heavy rains in Nagaland as a result of cyclone 'Remal'. A seven-year-old boy drowned in Laruri village of Meluri subdivision as a result of heavy rains throughout the cyclone, whereas two others have been reported to have drowned in Doyang Dam in Wokha district on Monday.

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