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Mudslide Leaves Three Nomads Dead In J&K’s Pulwama

The nomad shelter in south Kashmir’s Pulwama came under a mudslide, leaving three people dead.

Mudslide Leaves Three Nomads Dead In J&K’s Pulwama
Mudslide kills three people in J&K. (File photo-Representational image)
Mudslide Leaves Three Nomads Dead In J&K’s Pulwama
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2021-10-23T15:01:06+05:30

Three people have been killed after a mudslide triggered by incessant rains hit their shelter in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district of J&K, officials said on Saturday.

The deceased included two women, who were nomads hailing from Reasi district in Jammu division.

Officials said a tent of the nomads was buried under the mudslide in Noorpora area of Tral in south Kashmir, due to heavy rainfall.


The officials said one person was rescued in a critical condition, the other three died in the incident. Further details are awaited, the officials added. (With PTI inputs)

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