Munnar area is on notice after a landslide hits the Kundala estate.

A heavy landslide in Munnar Kundala estate in Kerala buried a temple and two shops completely . 175 families have been moved to a rescue camp in the Pudukkudi division .

Munnar (Kerala) (India), August 6: On Friday, a heavy landslide in Munnar Kundala estate in Kerala buried a temple and two shops completely, according to reports.The Munnar-Vattavada route was hit by a landslide, and after that, the route was cleared of the wreckage of massive rocks and mud.Although no one has been injured in the accident, around 175 families have been moved to a rescue camp in the Pudukkudi division after being warned of the crisis.The disaster struck at midnight, and we had lost electricity connectivity there.According to a native Indian spokesman Palaniswamy, we were asked to migrate to the nearby school.Kerala is currently experiencing persistent rains, which are wreaking havoc on the region.

In addition, state Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan briefed the media persons on Monday about six deaths in Kerala due to heavy rains, and urged the public to be vigilant following the Red and Orange alerts issued by the state emergency response force (NDRF) and state forces emergency control room at the Kerala State disaster management office.According to the CM, NDRF teams were deployed in Idukki, Kozhikode, Thrissur, and Wayanad districts, and more would reach Kerala soon.Heavy rains have fallen on Kottayam, Pathanamthitta, Idukki, Kollam, and Thiruvananthapuram districts.In some areas, water levels in rivers are rising.

Due to the overflow, one family was forced to relocate to Payannur Municipality.The water levels of Kadalundi (Malapuram), Bharathapuzha (Palakkad), Shiria (Kasargod), Karavannoor (Thrissur), and Gayathripuzha (Thrissur) rivers have reached their warning level.