23 Aug : News Express 24 :-
Operation help has been stopped by the Navy for the rescue of flood victims in Kerala. Operation help was started for naval forces from August 9 to rescue the citizens from floodplains due to heavy rain. Due to the decrease in the water level due to lack of water, the navy said it was blocking operations.
Through Operation Help, 16 thousand 5 people were saved. Even though the ‘Operation Assistance’ has stopped, the work of supplying essential commodities to the flood affected people is still going on. Food and medicines are being provided to the flood victims. The information was given by the South African Department.
Kochi Airport, which has been closed for several days, will also be reversed due to the start of water erosion. The flight will start from August 29. Earlier it was told that the airport would start from August 26. Thousands of rupees worth of property worth lakhs of rupees have been lost in Kerala and a large number of lives have died.
Help denied –
There is a tremendous wave of relief in all over Kerala. Many countries have extended their help. UAE Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum had offered a helping hand to Kerala for Rs 700 crore. However, thanks to the countries wishing to help, India has humbly rejected their help.