Updated: August 16, 2018 9:58:46 pm
Kerala spins in the worst flood in history. And as the rains continue, the situation worsened over the killing of over 90 people. As the army and other forces provide extraordinary help day and night to help people in distress, there are many heroes whose gestures compliment social media. Recently, two NSM officers in the state saw wearing large rice bags on their shoulders in relief, and photos are now viral.
THEN READ | Keral Food Safety Commissioner MG Rajamanikyam, who is also a special disaster management officer, and Wayanad’s subculture NSK Umesh photographed the unloading of the truck in the Wayanad relief Collector. From Facebook to Twitter, many shared the pictures by welcoming two heroes who came into action “instead of just ordering others”.
Set examples! G Rajamanikyam IAS & NSK Umesh MSS sub-collector, Wayanad discharging rice bag in collector, Wayanad for distribution of relief camps. He joined hands with other employees, around 21.30, sacking the full bag of rice bags. August 14, 2018
While some praise them for setting a good example, others thanked them for all their efforts.
– The IAS Association (@IASassociation) They are real Jansewaks. My health. I hope to keep it and inspire your friends … @IASassociation https://t.co/iXmkaOFTeF
– Byomkesh (@ Byomkesh2017) August 16, 2018
Another proud person! https://t.co/UGHCxLAXQ9
– Smash Phatak August 16, 2018
When the peoples of glory # IndipendenzaDayIndia
Relief measures are ongoing in # Kerala Two IAS officers who glory # IndependanceDay2018 ] carrying rice bags in relief camps.
The state suffered 8,000 crores of loss. https://t.co/c83fHDPbdV
– johnpauljose (@johnpauljosek) August 15, 2018
Officials Associated .. Very little left … we have respect and only these officers can lead to our true development . #IndiaIndependenceDay  #KeralaFloodRelief https://t.co/CzikijcVNl
Bharath (@bharathkumarsk) August 15, 2018
Great examples set by these two young officers, Found I am the majority of young officers who are very motivated and delighted to contribute to society. Later in the career when they were caught & # 39; in the dirty system and the web of corrupt politicians, things are beginning to change. Dr. ArvindChaturvedi (@ArvindChaturved) August 14, 2018
Severe rain and floods left over 90 dead and 50,000 people displaced in the state, destroying the roads and disrupting air and rail traffic in many places. Prime Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday again called Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking for extra help with regard to the situation.  Start your day the best way with Express Morning Briefing
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