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Kerala Floods Updates- PM Modi Arrives To Take Stock…

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PM Modi also reached Kerala on Friday night and took stock of flood affected areas.So far 324 people have died in the biggest catastrophe in Kerala. On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the flood affected areas of the state. Meanwhile, work on relief and rescue work in the state is underway.Air Force personnel are engaged in protecting the people from Kerala in the havoc of Kudrat. After the floods, the biggest rescue operation in the middle of the biggest catastrophe, people trapped on roofs of houses are being transported to safer places. Southern Air Command personnel carried out a similar operation in an area of ​​the state. Airlifted people to the roof of the house surrounded by floods.Destruction is such that the difference between water and land is eroded. The cities have been transformed into the sea. Boats are racing on the roads. ITBP operated a large rescue operation in the Aleppi area and the jawans pulled out 500 people stranded in the middle of the wave after a severe stroke. With the help of the rope, people were safely thrown out of the uncontrolled waves.So far 324 people have died in this disaster. Due to monsoon rains and floods in Kerala, due to the loss of oxygen in the state and fuel in the fuel stations, the crisis became dark due to the death of 106 people in the same day on Friday. Officials gave this information. The water situation in Kerala has claimed the lives of 173 people since August 8, so far. Relief and rescue teams have provided around 82 thousand 442 people in safer places. Of these 71,000 people were from the Aluna region of Ernakulam district which was most affected by the flood. 223,139 people have taken shelter in relief camps. In the rescue operation on the war-footing, 46 Coast Guard Navy, 13 Air Force personnel and 18 teams of the Army, 16 Coast Guard and 21 NDRF teams are busy saving people from day to day.

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