Kerala floods updates: 324 Dead In Kerala Floods | Over 2 lakh displaced
The floods in Kerala have caused a huge devastation. Flooding is a blow to many areas of Kerala. The influx of floods that came decades later has shown its formidable form, in which 324 people have died so far. It is being told that more than three lakh people have taken shelter in relief camps. There is a red alert in 12 of the 14 districts of the state.
PM Modi has also reached to take stock of flood-affected areas. PM Modi left for Kerala after the funeral of Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji late on Friday evening. Today, he left for Kochi from Thiruvananthapuram at about eight o’clock in the morning, where PM Modi would conduct an aerial survey of flood-affected areas.
The floods in Kerala have destroyed all records. Many parts of the state are submerged while millions of people are forced to live in relief camps. The situation has become more difficult due to the lack of oxygen in the state and no fuel in the fuel stations, due to floods caused by 106 people in a single day on Friday. 173 people have died and there is a loss of personal injury on a large scale. Not only this, the tourism industry considered to be the main source of income of the state is also shocked. Thousands of acres of crops have been wasted in the fields while the properties worth crores of rupees are submerged in water.
Meanwhile, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarai Vijayan tweeted the people to help the flood-affected people. It is being told that in nearly a hundred years Kerala is facing the most horrendous flood. Anyone can help in the Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund, account numbers have also been issued for this.