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Prime Minister’s visit to flood affected Kerala, central government will help 500 crores

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18 Aug : News Express 24 :-

So far 324 people have died in the biggest catastrophe in Kerala. On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Kerala and he also made an aerial tour of flood affected areas. Meanwhile, work on relief and rescue work in the state is underway.

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Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has announced a grant of Rs 10 crore for the help of flood affected Kerala.

NDFF DG Sanjay Kumar said 58 teams of NDRF have been dispatched to 8 districts. He said that we saved 170 people and delivered 7000 people to safer places. If needed, we will send more teams there.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi, while expressing his sorrow over the huge loss of lives caused by the horrific floods in Kerala, urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to declare it to be a national calamity.

Gandhi tweeted, “Dear Prime Minister, please delay the flood of Kerala declared a national calamity without delay. The lives, livelihood and future of our crores people is on the claim. Gandhi had called the party leaders and workers of the state yesterday to go ahead to help the affected people.

After meeting with PM Modi, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that according to the initial assessment, Kerala has suffered a loss of 19,512 crore.

Meanwhile, in the Kerala Assembly, Leader of Opposition Ramesh Chennithala objected to the central government’s grant of just Rs 500 crore and said that 500 crore is not sufficient, giving the center the first installment of at least Rs.1000 crore Should. He said that Kerala will have to stand from the beginning.

The central government has announced a grant of Rs 500 crore for Kerala. This was announced during a meeting with the Prime Minister, Chief Minister and other officials. The Kerala Government had sought the assistance of Rs 2,000 crore from the Center. The state government has expressed the danger of destruction of 20 thousand crore in the flood.

PM Modi’s air strike begins in flood affected areas of Kerala

In a meeting with state Chief Minister and other officials, PM Modi has said that he would give every possible help while expressing his grief over the deaths of people in the flood. In this meeting, the PM announced a grant of Rs 500 crore to the center. Significantly, the center has already given the amount of Rs 100 crore to help people in the floods of Kerala.

PM Modi has announced a grant of Rs. 2 lakh to the next of kin of the victims of floods in Kerala and Rs. 50 thousand for the injured.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has convened an emergency meeting in Kerala floods. Apart from Kejriwal, Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, other ministers of the Delhi Government, Chief Secretary of Delhi, other officials of the Kerala and Delhi government will also be involved. At 4 o’clock in the meeting, it will be decided how and what help to be provided to Kerala.

State Bank of India has given Rs 2 crore to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.

PM Modi held a meeting with CM Pinarayi Vijayan, Union Minister KJ Alfonz and other officials.

RedArt has been released in 12 districts out of 14 districts. RedAlert has been lifted on Friday in Kasargod and Thiruvananthapuram districts. At the same time, thousands of people are still sitting on tall buildings and are waiting to be saved. More than 50,000 people are stranded in Ernakulam and Thrissur camps alone.

Government has issued several helpline numbers for flood affected areas in Kerala. + 91-9482628409 for DC Kodagu, CEO + 91-9480869000 for ZDP Kodagu. Helicopter helpalaina +918281292702, +919663725200 candru, dhanajaya +91 9449731238, +91 9480731020 mahesa, armi +919446568222

United Arab Emirates (UAE) has extended hand to help people suffering from floods in Kerala. UAE is going to make a committee. Shaikh Khalifa has instructed the formation of the National Emergency Committee to help the victims.

West Bengal Chief Minister said that words can not be said of the people of Kerala. He said, ‘My sympathies are with the people of Kerala. I am praying for all the brothers and sisters there. For those families who have lost their loved ones. People fighting in floods in Kerala get strength. ‘

PM Modi left for Kochi from Thiruvananthapuram to take stock of the flood affected areas.

Air Force personnel are engaged in protecting the people from Kerala in the havoc of Kudrat. After the floods, the biggest rescue operation in the middle of the biggest catastrophe, people trapped on roofs of houses are being transported to safer places. Southern Air Command personnel carried out a similar operation in an area of ​​the state. Airlifted people to the roof of the house surrounded by floods.

Destruction is such that the difference between water and land is eroded. The cities have been transformed into the sea. Boats are racing on the roads. ITBP operated a large rescue operation in the Aleppi area and the jawans pulled out 500 people stranded in the middle of the wave after a severe stroke. With the help of the rope, people were safely thrown out of the uncontrolled waves.

So far 324 people have died in this disaster. Due to monsoon rains and floods in Kerala, due to the loss of oxygen in the state and fuel in the fuel stations, the crisis became dark due to the death of 106 people in the same day on Friday. Officials gave this information. Since August 8, the water crisis in Kerala has killed 173 people.

 

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