New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday spoke with Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan in a arise of complicated rains and floods in a state, and offering all probable assistance to those affected.
“Spoke to Kerala CM Shri Pinarayi Vijayan and discussed a conditions outset due to floods in several tools of a state. Offered all probable assistance to those affected. We mount shoulder to shoulder with a people of Kerala in a arise of this calamity,” a PM pronounced in a tweet.
At slightest 26 people have died in a state due to continuous rainfall and flooding in a past dual days. Minister of State for Tourism K J Alphons told a media progressing in a day that crew from a a army, a navy and atmosphere force will strech Kerala shortly to support in a rescue and service operations.
An inter-ministerial group of a executive supervision is also visiting a flood-affected areas in Kerala, while Army infantry are being mobilised from Bengaluru for deployment in a rain-battered southern state.
With H2O levels rising in several dams and reaching roughly their limit capacity, shutters of during slightest 22 reservoirs in Kerala have been non-stop to empty out additional water.
Heavy rains for a past dual days and recover of H2O from a Idamalayar dam yesterday, resulted into localised flooding in low-lying areas in a northern districts of Kerala. The inundate H2O also triggered landslides during some places.