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Kerala Floods LIVE Updates: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Kerala tomorrow night, UN Secretary of State Alphons Kannathanam told reporters. The prime minister will leave Delhi after the cremation of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and tomorrow night he will land in Kochi. In April will flood the flood.

Rainy rains and floods have been wrecked in Kerala, claiming 30 lives today, abducting houses, destroying the roads and hitting air and rail traffic in many places, officials said. , 97 people were killed in rampant incidents since the second spell of monsoon rage was cleared on August 8.

The center today decided to send another 35 NDRF teams, covering nearly 1,000 people, to support relief and rescue operations in the rain, Kerala counterfeit. Initially, the government sent 12 fresh state armed forces troops to the state and later decided to raise 23 more troops to increase operational efficiency. 18 NDRF teams have already been deployed in the state.

Metro Kochi continued working at 16 o'clock today to help rescue and rescue operations in flooded areas. The service will be free for today. Meanwhile, Kochi Airport flooded with flood water will remain closed until June 26th. Earlier it was supposed to continue working on Saturday.

Chief Minister Kerala Pinarayi Vijayan appealed to people living along the Chalakudy River and its tributaries to move to higher places.

The Central Water Commission sounded a fresh warning in Cauvery River Ridge. In a new release, he said there was a likelihood of heavy emptying water from Kabini Dam and Krsna Raja Sagara Dam. Combined release water will later come to Dam Mettur, Bhavani Sagar Dam and Amravathi Dam, which could cause heavy flooding in downstream areas of Bhivani (Erode district) and Thirumukkudal (Karur district).

Tamil Nadu Prime Minister Edaddar Palaniswami, on Thursday, responded to a letter from his colleague from Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan. Palaniswami told the government of Kerala that Mullaperiyar is a dam governed by the government of Tamil Nadu, perfectly safe and that they have looked at it from time to time for any structural damage.

So far, a total of 20 deaths from various parts of Kerala have been reported. It took the total toll, since August 8, when the worst floods in Kerala history hit the country, up to 87.

National Crisis Management Committee met to review Kerala flooding situation. The meeting was attended by the chiefs of the three services, the secretary of homes and defense. Nirmala Sitharaman in the Tweets series assured her that any help Kerala government would seek to extend would be anyway. "Several deputies called for help, NRIs pointed out Pattamthitta, Ranni and Aranmula, pointing to the Indian air force to raise the airports on the roofs, Sitharaman tweeted. The defense minister said he had talked to Pinarayi Vijayan asking for more ships and life jackets . "They instructed the defense minister to respond promptly, expecting a list of Secretary-General Kerala, there will be no delay on our side, additional IAF helicopters will be deployed," Defense Minister

said. Twelve New National Disaster Response Teams (NDRF) today has moved to the Kerala Center, six of whom are driven by a plane from Delhi and Gandhinagar (Gujarat) to Thiruvananthapuram, a spokesman for power.

As the Kerala floods deteriorate, Pinarayi Vijayan warns people to move to safer locations of water levels , both, Periyar and Chalakudy rivers will rise. "The water level in Periyar and Chalakudy rivers will follow, people in the circle in 1 km of Chalakudya and those within ½ km radius of Alva, must immediately evacuate the site, "the chief minister tweeted.

The Indian Air Force has saved 28 people from the Pathanamthitta district. The survivors were rescued at INS Garuda. The Indian Ocean Information Center (INCOIS) warned large waves ranging from 3.5 to 4.0 meters to 11.30 pm on August 17th along Lakshadweep Islands coastline from Minicoy to Bitra, Kerala from Vizhinjam to Kasargod and along the Karnataka coast from Mangalore to Karwar.

The agency said the state of the sea was probably rough to very rough across the southwest and the central Arab sea. Fishermen are advised not to enter the sea over Karnataka, the North Coast of the Kerala, across Lakshadweep areas and the southwestern and central Arab seas.

The central government has agreed to deploy 40 more National Disaster Teams (NDRFs) to fight the floods in the state. The decision was made to the Secretary General of the State Secretary for Video Conferences with Secretary of the Union's Cabinet today. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said the Center has asked the Air Force to send another 10 helicopters and the Navy to four more states. Additional helicopters are expected to reach Kochia until 13 o'clock, he added. The center also asked the air force to send another 10 helicopters. Chief Secretary Kerala Pinarayi Vijayan said the water level in the Periyar River could rise for another meter and encourage people living on the banks of the river to move to safer places. He also asked people who live within 1 km of the Chalakkudy River bank to be ready to move out. Vijayan said that people in many places are not ready to leave their homes because they think their area will not be flooded.

Speaking to journalists, Minister KJ Alphons said these floods were the worst since 1924. At least 12 municipalities in Kerala were hit hard. "These are the worst floods since 1924. Yesterday, I met with Prime Minister, Interior Minister and Defense Minister, and the Navy, Navy, IAF, Coast Guard and NDRF are carrying out rescue and relief." Alphons Ernakulam MP KV Thomas said that rescue operations in the state were slipping from the hands of the state administration and great help from the central government was needed to save the country from the greatest catastrophe.

He said he asked Prime Minister Narendre Mod to intervene personally and send the country to more armies and naval forces. He said there was a great need for ships. Fibers and wooden ships available to the state were not suitable for rescue. The state needs rubber boats, which are available with the Navy and Navy.

An unexpected rain swallows the river Muvattupuzha, Ernakulam, leaving most of the places overwhelmed. People are radiating in Chalakudy and Bhoothathankatu areas. Survivors are advised to place themselves in open spaces at the top of the building and home to avoid possible obstacles to the trees.

Flooding in Alappuzha district has become dark, especially in several locations in Chengannur and Kuttanad's weddings that are isolated and an unknown number of people remain stranded in their homes waiting for rescue.

Water level has risen in the region after opening the shutters of the Kakki, Anathod and Koch Pampa, part of the Sabarigiri hydroelectric project in the Pathanamthitta district, Hindus reported.

The Kerala government has established an auxiliary line that can track the caller's location. The prime minister called on people trapped in the flood to call 1077 from a cell phone. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan convened an extraordinary meeting to discuss the unusual situation caused by heavy rain. Prime Minister Pinarayi Vijayan just called Prime Minister Narendre Modi. He demanded that more central forces help rescue and help. He also asked for more helicopters. PM promised all the help . The situation in Aluva, the worst hit by floods, deteriorated with water entering even in relief camps. Local MLA Anwar Sadath said that thousands of people were trapped in seven panchayat thieves. The authorities failed to reach them in the absence of sufficient ships.

  Palakkad Flooded: Image TK Devasije

Palakkad Flooded: Image TK Devasia

Kerala's commercial capital Kochi is cut off from the rest of the state when the train stops and road traffic interrupted at NH 47. Kochi Airport on August 18, he stopped work until 14 o'clock. Thousands of vehicles are stranded at NH 47, as several times between Aluva and Chalakkudy are in deep waters. [7] On the seventh day of Operation Madad, the command of the southern command occupied 21 rescue and diving teams with Gemini boats in the floods of Kerala, when the monsoon was intensified in the state

As the Kerala flood situation worsens on a daily basis, a total of four teams, to increase those already deployed in these areas. Yesterday, more than 81 people were rescued and many of them also had food and shelter by setting up a rescue camp.

IMD announced red warning on Thursday in all quarters today and in seven districts. Hilly quarters Idukki and Wayanad study exceptionally strong rain and heavy rain in Thiruvananthapuram and Kollam districts. IMD predicted heavy to very heavy precipitation in the remaining quarters, including Ernakulam.

An acute shortage of vessels prevents rescue in many areas in Kerala. The Pathanamthitta Regional Authority sought the services of fishing boats from Kollam to save hundreds of people stranded in various parts of the county after the floods in the Pampas and Killiyar rivers. The Treasury Department Thrissur also sought fishing boats to save people who were stranded in the floods. Almost 70 people were reported dead and thousands were stranded in various parts of Kerala after days of uninterrupted rain. Floods in Kerala further deteriorated with many areas of flooded water in the current heavy rainfall rising to 35. Four people were killed on Thursday when mass earth landed at Erattupetta in Kottayam. Two people were killed in a collapse of the house in Thrissusra. All the rivers in the north of Kasaragoda to Thiruvananthapuram in the south are in the trap. Railways suspended operations between Ernakulam and Palakkad stretch. Skeletons of 35 of 39 Dams in Kerala, including the 123-year Mullaperiwari Dam, are open for the first time in history, leaving large areas of the state

Kerala's heavy rain filled the dam reservoirs with full capacity and a fresh fall precipitation on Wednesday she requested 21 lives, including seven family members, slipping into the Malappuram area, and interrupted her life in 12 of 14 quarters.

Cochin International Airport suspended all flight operations until Saturday, as the airport was submerged after rain and rampage in Periyar, prompting authorities to redirect all incoming and outgoing flights to Thiruvananthapuram or Kozhikode. The Civil Aviation Ministry joined the state's request to use other Kerala airports instead of diverting flights to Mumbai and other places.

Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu tweeted: "We were looking for all airline companies, domestic and foreign, their Cochin flights either from Trivandrum or Calicut (Kozhikode), and for international flights it would require a special distribution approved for On an emergency, a request by the state authorities to allow small aircraft to sail at the naval airport in Kochi, the minister said to explore alternate landing sites for small aircraft

"Kochi Airport does not fly while the track is flooded. from shrinking aircraft on alternative landlords, will ensure that all rescue operations are fully assisted by the aviation ministry and will coordinate with the state-run speakers, "he said in a further tweet, saying that the Director of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and Air Force the port has referred the call center management to all infected passengers as well as providing the necessary support to all rescue agencies to "provide the best possible solution for those unfortunately suffering from the fury of nature. "

Earlier, Secretary of State Kerala Pinarayi Vijayan called for an urgent meeting in the Secretariat The chief minister asked the officials to take the necessary arrangements for passengers to sail to Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode to their destination by state buses Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL), which has decided to suspend the arrival operation from 4 to 7 am today as a precautionary measure, said earlier that the airport would be closed by noon until 14 pm Later it was issued by another advisor who said the operations were suspended until Saturday afternoon. The airport spokeswoman said: "The operations of Kochi Airport are temporarily suspended until Saturday at 2 pm, while the flow of water is still in the upward trend. We work diligently to drain storm water. "

The state administration will soon be approaching the Ministry of Civil Aviation asking if small flights to Kochi allow to land at the maritime airport. In the morning, passengers encountered problems with suspending operations because they were already at the airport to catch the flights, complaining they did not get any help from any government. "Follow-up of Kerala's flood-free state of affairs to alleviate the challenges the travelers encounter.

Collaboration with the state government to ensure proper movements as much as possible in a given situation. ), "Prabhu tweeted. The UN Minister reported that 14 international flights operated by air carriers, such as Air Arabia, Emirates, Etihad and Sri Lanka airways, were switched to and from Thiruvananthapuram instead of Kochi during the day. International carriers, including Gulf Air, Air Asia Berhad, Scoot and Silk Air, canceled their flights to Kochi.

Meanwhile, the government has stated that, to get rid of seized passengers, "flights to / from Cochin to Trivandrum and Calicut airports as long as the situation at Cochin Airport does not return to normal. "

There are also scheduled airline companies in Thiruvananthapuram / Kozhikode for travelers departing to Bangalore, Coimbatore and Chennai on August 15, 2018. in the morning instead of Kochi. The domestic carrier Vistara said it operates special flights to Thiruvananthapuram due to the closure of Kochi Airport and will limit its price economic class.

Flights will work from Delhi and Chennai. In a tweet, the airline said, "the price for the economy class will be limited to 10,000 / 7,500 Rs in one way. Normally, we do not work on TRV and make special arrangements," he said. Rain in the state occupied 47 lives, officials said, adding that the red alert sounded in 12 of 14 quarters. According to Weathermen we expect strong rain accompanied by lush winds at a speed of 60 kmf, in Thiruvananthapuram, (F, b, e, v, n, t, s) {if (f.fbq) return; n = f. fbq = function () {n.callMethod?
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