Kerala Live Updates: Relief Rescue Camps Is Floating On Louds
- Rescue operation continuous to save lives of thousands
- Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, and Surat came forward with the rescue team
- armed forces, state, and central government leave no stone unturned
RED ALERT ISSUED FOR TODAY IN 11 DISTRICTS. HEAVY RAINFALL PREDICTED FOR THE DAY IN ALL DISTRICTS ACCEPT THRIVANTHPURAM, KOLLAM, AND KASARAGOD.
Kerala is suffering from the tremendous flood situation. Continous rainfall from August 8. There have been states coming forward with their rescue team and workers. Surat, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh are one of them. Rescued more than thousands of aggrieved.
Due to the heaviest rainfall, people are forced to stay in the relief camps. Although in this toughest situation, the armed forces are on their toes to help them out.
The best of rescue teams are being given to the flood victims, ensuring their safety. Recently, Pathanamthitta and Thrissur are on the priority for the saviors. Kuttanad district does also come in one of the prime places to save.
FACING THE HARSH SITUATION
The state is facing the worst part of life. There has been announced a red alert in the state for the first time till August 8. The state is facing the harsh situation ever. Chenganur and Chalakudy are making the task difficult for the saviors. The best of the rescue team and the armed forces are being given to the state.
— The Hindu (@the_hindu) August 16, 2018
Talking about the bits of help and sources, then there has been provided long boats in a large quantity. The number of boats provided reaches around 119, along with the coast guard and Naval forces. Around 22 helicopters are there to help them out.
The heavy flood and continuous rainfall has washed away the millions of houses and does losses of lives at a huge level. The alarming situation has left nothing in Kerala to live on.
The PMO India, Narendra Modi is graced with the people of Kerala, how they are handling in the toughest situation. His appreciation is also inspiring the people to work for Kerala:
I salute the people of Kerala for their fighting spirit. I compliment the authorities for their efforts in this adverse situation.
I would also like to appreciate the wide support and solidarity from people across India towards Kerala during this unprecedented situation.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 18, 2018
Here you can support your mate state:
Kerala is facing its worst flood in 100 years. 80 dams opened, 324 lives lost and 223139 people are in about 1500+ relief camps. Your help can rebuild the lives of the affected. Donate to https://t.co/FjYFEdOsyl #StandWithKerala.
— CMO Kerala (@CMOKerala) August 17, 2018
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