New Delhi: The heavy rain lashed out in several states and created a havoc situation for the people in the cities. In the southern part had experienced a great disturbance due  to heavy rainfall, storm. In Kerala the condition got worsened day by day.

Home Minister RajnathSingh had done an aerial inspection of the flood hitted region and said the floods as " Unprecedented" and assured the state for all help from the centre to meet the very serious situation.

The heavy rain again started to lashed out several parts of Kerala on Sunday, which caused problems in the on going relief operations under taken by the agencies in the flood hitted area.

According to the information, the death toll in Kerala raised to 39 on Monday. Home Minister Rajnath Singh had immediately released the additional relief fund of 100 crore to the state.

Rajnath Singh said" I understand the problems that the people are going through, thus  I immediately releases the fund of 100 cr".

Home minister Singh inspected the flooded areas along with CM Pinarayi Vijayan, Alphons, state ministers and senior officials. Singh took a stockof  Idukki and Ernakulam districts and said that due to heavy rain, huge damage took place in thses areas, people of theses areas had faced a huge loss in faming, roads, infrastructure.

The heavy rain put the normal life of the people  in the city on standstill. Personells of army, Navy, air force and coast-guard have spurng into action, extended all support to local people and authorities in the serious situation.

According to the sources, the defence personnel is regularly working in evacuating the people from isolated places. The personnels are constructing temporary bridges, clearing roads in the flooded area.

Sources revealed that army had helped to accomodate around 187 of total people in the six releif camps of Adimali in Idukki.

According to Home Minister National Emergency Response Centre(NERC) the total of 187 people had lost their lives in the state due to heavy rainfall.


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