Boat Tragedy in Kerala: At least 18 people were killed when a boat capsized near Tanur in Kerala’s Malappuram district. Immediately after this the rescue operation was started. The statement of Pinarayi Vijayan’s minister V Abdul Rahman also came to the fore regarding this incident.
Major Boat Tragedy in Kerala
A major accident took place in Malappuram district of Kerala on Sunday. In fact, at least 18 people died after a boat capsized near Tanur in Malappuram district(Boat Tragedy in Kerala). Immediately after this, the rescue operation was started.
Kerala: 19 Dead After Boat Capsizes in Malappuram
V Abdul Rahman, a minister in the Pinarayi Vijayan government, said the death toll in the boat capsizes in Malappuram district has risen to 18. However, later the statement of Malappuram SP came to the fore. In he told that the death toll increased to 18.
Malappuram, Kerala | Six people died after a tourist boat capsized near Tanur in Malappuram district of Kerala. Rescue operations are underway. pic.twitter.com/gPi0u2HuIi
— ANI (@ANI) May 7, 2023
Let us inform you that the news agency ANI shared the information about the accident while sharing a video. At present the rescue operation is going on. So far 18 people have died and this figure may increase(Boat Tragedy in Kerala).
PM Modi expressed grief
Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed grief over the boat capsize incident. Expressing condolences to the bereaved families, he announced the assistance amount. He said that Rs 2 lakh each would be provided to the next of kin of the deceased from the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund (PMNRF).
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