45 dead and 50 missing people is balance left by the floods and landslides caused by the heavy rains of the monsoon in India, in the last hours, reported local media.
In the State of Uttarakhan, 25 people were killed, 50 still missing and some 100 houses collapsed as a result of the storms that overflowed the local rivers, according to the NDTV channel.
The heavy monsoon rains, which came earlier in some parts of the Country, have caused deaths and damage in places like the Kedarnath Valley, where about 24,000 people got trapped in a place of hindu pilgrimage visited at this time of the year.
Likewise, in the State of Himachal Pradesh, in the North of the country, five members of a family, including three children, died when their house was crushed by a landslide caused by the rains.
In the city of Mumbai authorities have suggested its residents that they don’t leave their homes, given the heavy rains expected in the next two days, according to weather forecasts.