Sri Lanka’s crisis LIVE: Heavy devastation due to landslides in the country facing economic crisis, more than 600 families in trouble

Sri Lanka, which is facing the biggest economic crisis till date, has also had to face the sky disaster. The Disaster Management Center (DMC) of Sri Lanka said that more than 600 families have been affected by landslides and floods due to heavy rains in the country on Sunday.

According to the DMC, a total of 2,290 people belonging to 585 families have been affected in the southern district of Ratnapura, while 16 families have faced hardship in Kalutara district of Western Province. Many houses have suffered heavy damage due to floods and landslides.

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