38 افراد بھارت اور بنگلہ دیش میں موسلادھار بارشوں سے ہلاک ہوگئے

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The meteorological department has predicted further rainfall – Photo: AFP

New Delhi / Dhaka: A total of 38 people have died in India and Bangladesh due to heavy rainfall and cyclones, with 12 people killed in the Indian state of Mizoram due to a severe cyclone causing landslides.
According to the news agency AFP, Deputy Commissioner Nazek Kumar of Aizawl district in Mizoram reported that 12 bodies have been recovered so far and further search is ongoing.
IND TV News Network reported that Police Director General Anil Shukla stated that rescue operations have been disrupted due to heavy rainfall causing landslides in the region.
Mizoram Chief Minister Lalduhoma announced funding for the families of the deceased due to landslides triggered by Cyclone Riemel.
Indian President Dravida Murmu stated on social media that she is praying for the success of rescue and relief efforts and the swift recovery of the injured.
Reportedly, many highways and major roads in Mizoram have been blocked due to landslides, all schools have been closed, and government employees have been instructed to work from home.
India’s meteorological department has predicted the heaviest rainfall in the entire Mizoram and other northeastern states.
Meanwhile, Assam CM Basu Sarma stated that one person was killed due to heavy rainfall and power supply was disrupted.
In Bangladesh, landslides occurred due to the cyclone, resulting in a total of 38 fatalities in both countries.
In the Indian state of West Bengal, 8 people were killed, bringing the total death toll in India to 21.
According to disaster management and police in Bangladesh, 17 people have died due to the cyclone and rainfall.

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