Devastation due to heavy rains in Kerala: 9 dead, 12 missing; Red alert in many districts
Heavy Rain In Kerala: NDRF teams are continuously doing relief and rescue work. People are being shifted to a safe place. The Meteorological Department has issued a red alert in five districts.
- Orange alert issued in 7 districts of Kerala
- Kerala MP writes letter to PM
- People’s problems increased due to rain
Thiruvananthapuram: There has been an outcry due to rain in Kerala. 9 people have died and 12 people have gone missing due to the torrential rains. The rain has increased the problems of the people. Most of the rain has been affected in Kootickal, Kottayam, Idukki and Kokkayar.
- People lost their lives in a landslide caused by rain
VN Vaswan, a minister in the Kerala government, said that due to the rains, there was a landslide, in which 3 people lost their lives. The government is trying to rescue the people. The government is fully alert. There is also news of 12 people missing.
- Meteorological Department issued red alert
Let us inform that the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a red alert in 5 districts of Kerala on Saturday. At the same time, Orange Alert was issued in 7 districts. Apart from this, Yellow Alert has been issued in 2 districts.
- NDRF teams deployed in Kerala
Let us know that 11 teams of National Disaster Response Team (NDRF), two teams of Army and two teams of Defense Service Corps (DSC) have been deployed for the rescue operation in Kerala amid heavy rains.
Meanwhile, Communist Party of India (CPI) Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Vishwam has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He has appealed to Kerala to help in this disaster. He wrote in the letter that the situation in Kerala has worsened due to incessant rains. For this the central government and the state government need to pay attention.