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Admin Reporter- Ajay

Aug 10 2018


Every possible help to Kerala to tackle natural disaster: Rajnath

Delhi,10,August,2018

 

New Delhi: The government assured today that every possible help would be given to the state government in view of the devastation caused by heavy rains and floods in Kerala. Home Minister Rajnath Singh said during the Zero Hour in the Lok Sabha that the government knows about the devastation caused by heavy rains and floods in Kerala and he sent Home Minister Kiran Rijiju to review the situation in this regard.

 

 

 

Risiju handed over his report to him. Singh said that he himself tried to talk to the Chief Minister of Kerala today but he has not been successful at the moment. He will try again to talk to them. He said, I assure the House that the Center is ready to extend all possible help to the Kerala government. P Karunakaran of Marxist Communist Party and K. C. Venugopal mentioned the ruin in the state due to the frequent rain and severe floods in Kerala.

 

 

 

Six districts of the state have been badly affected

 

Karunakaran said that six districts of the state have been badly affected due to heavy rains and floods. Already, the third disaster has occurred in front of this state, which has already suffered from the devastation of two natural calamities. They demanded from the government to provide military cooperation to deal with this calamity. Venugopal said that due to the continuous rain in the last two days, 23 people have lost their lives. They also needed to deploy the Navy and Coast Guard for relief and relief work for flood affected and also demanded a special relief package for the state. Subsequently, the Home Minister present in the House assured that the government would help all the Government of Kerala.

 

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