Sunday, 14 August 2022

 

 

LATEST NEWS Maharaja Trophy: Pavan Deshpande, bowlers seal thumping win for Mysuru Warriors against Bengaluru Blasters Woman gang-raped in Assam; 1 held Aparshakti Khurana turns serious, all set to play a Kashmiri terrorist PV Sindhu pulls out of World Championships due to stress fracture Three killed in bomb blast in Pakistan's Waziristan Minor abducted, raped in Delhi MS Dhoni changes his Instagram DP to Indian tricolour to mark 75 years of independence Shane Watson, Daniel Vettori replace Herschelle Gibbs, Sanath Jayasuriya in World Giant team Origin and Popularity of Patiala Peg MLA Madan Lal Bagga & DC take stock of Aam Aadmi Clinic to be inaugurated by Punjab CM on Aug 15 BJP intensified the campaign to hoist the Tringa from house to house in the phases of the city Uni: Ranjit Bawa Unveils Captivating Poster & Release Date Of New Single Track One MLA - One Pension' will save Rs 100 crore taxpayers money in 5 years : Malvinder Singh Kang Why Mindy Kaling says she could never write 'Euphoria' Bangladesh appoint Shakib Al Hasan as T20 captain until 2022 World Cup, name Asia Cup squad If there's no competition then nobody would want to improve themselves : Sudhanshu Pandey Pretoria Capitals sign SA pace duo Anrich Nortje, Migael Pretorius for CSA T20 League Simi Singh replaces Andy McBrine in Ireland's squad for last two T20I against Afghanistan Idris Elba shares moment when a bat interrupted steamy shower with wife Raju Srivastava's family says his condition is stable Deputy Commissioner Surabhi Malik inspects full dress rehearsal of 75th state level Independence Day Function

 

Dozens buried alive in massive Manipur landslide; rescue on

Hadsa, Hadsa Manipur, Manipur News, Manipur Earthquake, Manipur Earthquake News, Manipur Earthquake News In English

Web Admin

Web Admin

5 Dariya News

Imphal , 30 Jun 2022

Rescue operations by the central and state agencies were underway on Thursday after a massive landslide triggered by incessant rains during the past few days in Manipur's Noney district buried dozens of people alive, officials said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah have spoken to Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh and assured him of all possible help to rescue the people and deal with the situation.Modi tweeted: "Spoke to Manipur CM N. Biren Singh and reviewed the situation due to a tragic landslide. 

Assured all possible support from the Centre. I pray for the safety of all those affected. My thoughts are with the bereaved families. May the injured recover soon."Home Minister Shah in a tweet said: "Spoke to N. Biren Singh and Ashwini Vaishnav in the wake of a landslide near the Tupul railway station in Manipur. 

Rescue operations are in full swing. A team of NDRF has already reached the spot and joined the rescue operations. Two more teams are on their way to Tupul."In an advisory, Noney Deputy Commissioner Haulianlal Guite said the landslide occurred at the Tupul Yard Railway construction camp.

The landslide also obstructed the course of the Ijei river which flows through Tamenglong and Noney districts.As the situation is still unfolding, the Deputy Commissioner has warned the general public, especially children, against going near the river.If the situation further deteriorates, it would wreak havoc to the low lying areas of Noney district, he added.

The district administration, in coordination with various national and state disaster agencies, is undertaking search and rescue, relief operations work.People have also been advised against travelling along the National Highway 37 due to multiple road blockages due to landslides.

The district administration has also launched several helpline numbers for the affected people to call for assistance.The under construction Tupul station building, track formation and camps of construction workers got damaged as a result of the massive landslide.

Chief Public Relations Officer of Northeast Frontier Railways Sabyasachi De said rescue teams from NDRF, SDRF, state government and the Railways rushed to the site.He said that full-scale rescue operations are in progress.

Senior Railways officials, engineers and equipment on construction sites have been pressed into the rescue efforts.So far, 19 people have been rescued and the injured individuals are being medically treated at Noney Army Medical unit.

However, bad weather and fresh landslides are affecting the rescue operations.Concerted effort by all is underway to rescue the missing individuals.The Army helicopters are also being used to airlift the critically injured, the CPRO said.

Meanwhile, Defence Spokesman Lt. Col. Mohit Vaishnava said the Indian Army on Thursday rescued 13 Territorial Army personnel, who were trapped following the massive landslide in Noney district.The personnel were deployed to provide security to the under construction railway line from Jiribam to state capital Imphal.

The injured Territorial Army personnel are being treated at the Noney Army Medical unit.Army helicopters are on stand-by, waiting for the weather to clear, Lt. Col. Vaishnava said.Meanwhile, Chief Minister Biren Singh has held an emergency meeting.

"Called an emergency meeting to assess the situation of the landslide in Tupul today. The search and rescue operation is already underway. Let's keep them in our prayers today. Ambulances along with doctors have also been dispatched to assist in the operation," he said in a tweet.

 

Tags: Hadsa , Hadsa Manipur , Manipur News , Manipur Earthquake , Manipur Earthquake News , Manipur Earthquake News In English

 

 

related news

 

 

 

Photo Gallery

 

 

Video Gallery

 

 

5 Dariya News RNI Code: PUNMUL/2011/49000
© 2011-2022 | 5 Dariya News | All Rights Reserved
Powered by: CDS PVT LTD