Manipur Landslide Update: 20 killed including 15 Army Personnel, search continues for missing

Publish Date: 02 Jul, 2022 |

Manipur Landslide: Manipur is going through a very rough phase right now, things are very critical and death tolls are continuously rising. In Manipur's Bhushkhalan bodies of 15 members of the Territorial Army and 5 civilians have been found. In addition, 29 civilians and 15 members of the Territorial Army are still missing. On Wednesday evening, a terrible catastrophe occurred close to the Tupul Yard Railway Construction Camp in the Noni district. Let us inform you that several victims are entangled in the wreckage. The NDRF staff is giving their best to the relief, search and rescue operations. 13 members of the Territorial Army and 5 civilians have so far been saved safely.

Manipur Landslide update

The horrifying landslide in Manipur has so far resulted in a significant loss of lives and properties. Relief and rescue activities are ongoing to save those trapped, Officials stated that so far, the bodies of 15 members of the Territorial Army and five civilians have been found. Along with this, throughout the day, Assam Rifles and Territorial Army regiments conducted relief and rescue operations while looking for 29 missing civilians and 15 missing Territorial Army jawans.

The rescue effort would continue over the night as well. Union Home Minister Amit Shah called with the state's Chief Minister Biren Singh and the railway minister Ashwani Vaishnav to assess the incident. Rapid relief and rescue efforts are being made to deal with this terrible event.

On Friday, the Chief Minister Biren Singh made a major announcement. He announced an ex-gratia of five lakh each to the families of the deceased and ₹ 50,000 to the injured.

In addition to assuring the CM that the centre will provide all assistance feasible, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also sent his condolences to the relatives of the deceased and wished those who had been hurt a speedy recovery.


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