Australias wildest fire: Four months have passed. But the fire in the forests of Australia is not taking its name. The ecologist of the University of Sydney has estimated that so far 48 crore animals have died due to scorching fire. It includes mammalian animals, birds and creeping creatures.
Morrison’s India tour canceled due to fire in Australia’s jungles
- Australia is battling a fierce forest fire
- Nearly 50 million animals died in the fire
The biggest firefight in the jungle of Australia so far. The forests here have been burning for many days. In view of the wildfire, Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Saturday canceled his four-day visit to India starting on 13 January. However, Prime Minister Morrison said that he would once again set the date for the visit at the right time in the coming months. He was scheduled to hold extensive bilateral talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit starting January 13.
In a statement, the Australian Prime Minister said, ‘Our country is currently facing a terrible wildfire crisis spread across the country. In this difficult time, the entire focus of our government is focused on helping Australian citizens. Many people are currently facing the danger of fire and many have recovered from it. “
According to the statement, the Prime Minister canceled his state visit to India and his official visit to Japan so that he could stay in the country during the disaster in Australia and keep a close watch on rescue operations.
Accordingly, “We appreciate the arrangements made by India and Japan for this visit and are hopeful of rescheduling the yatra in the coming months.”
According to the statement, “Wherever we went across the country, we saw devastation and disappointment due to the forest fire. The best thing is that in this hour of crisis, the Australians have come together to help each other.”
Accordingly, “We have appealed to the Australians to monitor the situation in their respective areas and follow the instructions of the state and authorities and the ADF, as they are working to keep the people safe. The Australians should Whatever will be made to get out of the difficult clock will be done. “
Prime Minister Modi had a telephonic conversation with Morrison on Friday, in which he mourned on behalf of all Indians on the huge damage to property and loss of property due to wildfires in Australia.
According to a statement issued by the Australian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, they offered ‘full support’ on behalf of India to Australians and Australians, who are bravely facing an unprecedented natural disaster at the moment.
Nearly 50 crore animals burnt to death in the fire
Four months have passed. But the fire in the forests of Australia is not taking its name. The ecologist of the University of Sydney has estimated that so far 48 crore animals have died due to scorching fire. It includes mammalian animals, birds and creeping creatures.
Koala population decline drastically for Australias wildest fire
Most koalas (animals) live in the mid-northern area of New South Wales. But due to the fire in the forests, there has been a huge decline in their population.
More than 200 houses destroyed this week
This week, a recent fire on the coast has destroyed more than 200 houses. Many people however are still in the areas affected by the fire. Reports claimed that at least 18 people have died in fire-related incidents in Australia this season and that number is likely to increase further.
43 houses have been destroyed in a fire in East Jepsland, Victoria, while 176 in New South Wales. Earlier on Wednesday, the New South Wales Rural Fire Service said that 916 houses were destroyed and 363 were damaged this season.
If you like this post please share it to Facebook and like our Facebook page.