Heavy Rains Kill 130 People in India in Two Days

Earlier last week, heavy rains in the Indian economic and technical capital Mumbai killed more than 30 people

MONITORING DESK: Heavy rains in India have killed 130 people in two days.

According to Indian media, torrential rains continue in the Indian state of Maharashtra and in the last 48 hours, floods and landslides have killed 130 people.

In the village of Talai in Maharashtra, 32 houses were affected by the landslide. Landslides kill 33, leave 52 missing.

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More than 84,000 people have been evacuated due to torrential rains and floods, while other forces, including the Indian Navy and Army, are also engaged in rescue operations.

The Indian Navy said in a statement that other teams, including helicopters and boats, were working to rescue stranded civilians in the affected area.

The Indian News Agency reported that about half of the coastal area of ​​Chaplon has been flooded, with about 70,000 people living here.

Earlier last week, heavy rains in the Indian economic and technical capital Mumbai killed more than 30 people.

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