Kerala CM calls emergency meeting on floods aftermath

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has known as a high-level meeting of officials at 10 am this (Monday) morning to explore the circumstance arising out of floods and landslides in parts of the Point out around the earlier couple of days.

The significant rain has subsided, but the meeting will also explore the selection of opening of dams and reservoirs in the condition if situations warrant it. An orange alert is legitimate at the greatest reservoir of Idukki even as a number of lesser types are established to be opened in the course of the course of the day.

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India Meteorological Department (IMD) has also declared a look at for more rain for the condition in the following two days progress of the North-East monsoon. Eight of the 14 districts are currently on alert of isolated significant rainfall though floodwaters draining out from rivers from the midlands have triggered the drinking water level in the low-lying Kuttanad space to increase placing off flood-like circumstance.

In the meantime, thirteen bodies of all those perishing in Saturday’s devastating flood and landslides in Kottayam have been recovered and 9 in neighbouring Idukki. At least eight people today are noted to be lacking and the look for is on, in accordance to officials.