Earthquakes in Turkey Syria Latest Update: 15000 dead so far due to devastating earthquake in Turkey, NDRF now takes over the front – Earthquakes in Turkey Syria Latest Update: 15000 dead so far due to devastating earthquake in Turkey, NDRF now takes over the front

by Ana Lopez

The secretary of the Ministry of External Affairs said that the weather in the area where the earthquake occurred is also cold. Temperatures are going around zero at night. Due to which communication is also affected along with transportation. Mobile networks have also been affected due to the earthquake, making it difficult to contact people.

Earthquakes in Turkey Syria Latest Update: 15000 dead so far due to devastating earthquake in Turkey, NDRF now takes over the front

15000 dead so far due to devastating earthquake in Turkey, NDRF now takes over the front

Devastating earthquake in Turkey After that relief and rescue work is being done on war footing. The death toll is increasing day by day due to the devastation after the earthquake. 15000 people have died in Turkey so far. India has also extended its hand to help Turkey. India had earlier sent two teams of NDRF for relief and rescue work, one team has been sent on Wednesday. India has sent three teams so far.

An Indian is missing while 10 others are trapped in a remote area of ​​Turkey in a devastating earthquake. However, these 10 people are said to be safe. The Ministry of External Affairs gave this information on Wednesday. The earthquake in Turkey has killed nearly 15,000 people so far, while thousands are said to have been injured.

The Indian has not been traced for two days

External Affairs Ministry Secretary (West) Sanjay Verma said on Wednesday that one Indian is missing in the quake-hit area and 10 others are stranded in remote areas, but are safe. He said the man who is missing had gone to Turkey on a business visit. There has been no trace of him for the past two days. This person is an employee of a company in Bangalore. Verma said that we are in touch with the person’s company and family.

India has set up a control room in Aden

Verma has said that a control room has been set up in Adan, Turkey. So far around 75 people have contacted us by calling the control room and seeking information and help from the embassy. He said that three more Indians contacted us who have reached a safe place and are doing well. We have also deployed rescue teams in the affected areas.

Weather hinders rescue operations

The secretary of the Ministry of External Affairs said that the weather in the area where the earthquake occurred is also cold. Temperatures are going around zero at night. Due to which communication is also affected along with transportation. Mobile networks have also been affected due to the earthquake, making it difficult to contact people.

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