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BREAKING: Nepal Earthquake: Malayali Doctors AS Irshad, Deepak Thomas Found Dead in Nepal

Indian Army's "Operation Maitri" has bought back nearly 30 Keralites from Nepal, after the country witnessed one of the worst natural disasters on Saturday, 25 April. However, latest inputs from Kerala suggest that more than 100 Malayalis have been trapped in the earthquake affected districts in Nepal. 

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Kerala CM Oommen Chandy has mentioned that cabinet minister KC Jospeh will coordinate the efforts in bringing them back to Kerala, in his recent Facebook post. He has also appreciated Indian Army's rescue mission and wished them well for their efforts in Nepal.

There are more than 100 Malayalee tourists and others trapped in earthquake-hit Nepal. KC Joseph, minister in the state cabinet is in Delhi to coordinate the efforts of getting the affected persons back to Kerala. Indian army's rescue mission in Nepal is commendable. I wish them all the best for their efforts in Nepal. ‪#‎Kerala CM

The CM also mentioned that nearly 56 other stranded Indians have reached Indian border from Nepal, who are asked to contact Kerala House in Delhi to get more assistance.

നേപ്പാളിൽ നിന്ന് 56 പേർ കൂടി റോഡ്‌ മാര്ഗം 150-200 കിലോമീറ്റർ സഞ്ചരിച്ചു ഇന്ത്യൻ അതിർത്തിയിൽ എത്തിയിട്ടുണ്ട്. അവരോട് എത്...

Posted by Oommen Chandy on Monday, 27 April 2015

Meanwhile, two Kerala doctors, Dr Deepak Thomas from Kozhikode, Dr A S Irshad from Kasargod are reportedly still missing in Nepal, and Dr Abin Suri have been traced and will be reportedly brought back to India on Tuesday.

In a recent Facebook post, N Prasanth, Collector of Kozhikode has mentioned that Kerala CM had contacted Dr Abin, who is under treatment in Tribhuvan Hospital in Nepal.

Many had shared details regarding them on social media.

To any one in Kathmandu or friends who have contacts in Kathmandu. Below are photographs of Dr. Deepak Thomas and Dr....

Posted by Tomy Mathew Vadakkancheril on Sunday, 26 April 2015

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