karnataka: ‘96 from Karnataka stranded in Uttarakhand, all are safe’ | Bengaluru News – Times of India


Nearly 96 people from Karnataka have been stranded in Uttarakhand due to the floods and landslides.
“All are safe,” said Manoj Rajan, commissioner, Karnataka State Natural Disaster Management Centre.

He said they are t aking steps to ensure they would be back in Delhi or Karnataka in a day or two. The state has established a help desk for assisting passengers, pilgrims, tourists, and visitors in Uttarakhand.
CM Basavaraj Bommai on Wednesday extended support to Kerala in the rain relief operations.
“Spoke to Kerala CM @vijayanpirayi & expressed grief over the loss of lives due to heavy rains & landslides. I have asked the chief secretary to be in touch with Kerala chief secretary for all support in relief & rehabilitation,” he tweeted.

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