A team from Theni district had rushed to the landslide spot to coordinate with the rescue operations.
A woman panchayat vice-president suffered burns after her husband threw acid on her at Murickassery in Vathikudy panchayat of Idukki district on Tuesday.
Idukki landslide: Death toll rises to 58 after two more bodies recovered at Pettimudi; 12 still missing
The two bodies recovered on Sunday have been identified as those of one, Chinnathai, 62, and Muthulakshmi, 22.
That they were not familiar with hard labour did not deter them from manually removing the huge timbers which hindered the water flow.
While efforts are underway to find the remaining 15 persons, majority of them expected to be children.
Meanwhile, officials estimated crops loss in 37.31 hectares of land on Tuesday.
Among the 55 Thoothukudi people who went missing since the tragedy, bodies of 27 people, including 26 from Barathi Nagar, were retrieved.
Saranya completed her nursing course and doing her internship at a private clinic in Coimbatore, while her sister Annalakshmi has completed class 11.
On Tuesday morning, the rescue personnel recovered the bodies from the Pettimudi stream nearby that flows near the workers' quarters.
The rescue teams including the NDRF had unearthed 43 bodies from the muddy debris amid the incessant rains and inclement weather conditions at the Pettimudi division
According to the government, 78 people were staying at the spot where the tragedy occurred. While 12 were rescued, 28 bodies were found. Officials said efforts were on to find the rest.
With power lines remaining snapped for hours on end, ensuring generator backup througout was also out of the question.
Periyavara bridge washed away delaying rescue teams
It was around 10.30pm on Thursday when mounds of slush came rolling down the Pettimudi hills with a roaring sound, bulldozing the workers’ quarters located in the valley like cardboard boxes.
Special medical teams have been deployed from Ernakulam and Kottayam districts to Rajamala.