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Although there are no camps in Edanad anymore, people are far from settled.
Nature is playing cruel games with people residing on the Periyar's banks.
The choice has made the refugees to think of going on the warpath. They are planning to launch a series of protests, particularly blockades on roads leading to Mizoram.
According to the Disaster Management State Control Room, the rains and floods have claimed 491 lives since May 29 while 14 persons remain missing.
The Bru refugees in the Tripura relief camps presently receive free ration and subsistence allowance of Rs 5 per day per person from the Centre.
About 28,000 people are still left in the flood relief camps while the number of camps has come down to 236, said the Chief Minister’s statement after the review committee held its meeting on Friday.
A team comprising people from various groups visited over 1,000 houses till date and counselled people suffering from anxiety issues.
As the state moves forward by accepting the ‘Build Back Better’ model to build a new Kerala, finding the funds for it poses an extraordinary challenge.
The dispatching of items from Ponnurunni marshalling yard has also gained momentum with 10-15 lorries carrying the materials every hour.
The loss and damage to the state due to the devastating flood could be more than the earlier estimated Rs 20,000 crore, said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday.
The school staff, students and camp volunteers are involved in ensuring the school premises and classrooms are sanitised and kept in the best of condition.
District Collectors asked to provide Rs 10,000 as interim aid to relief camp victims.
According to the Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund (CMDRF) portal, a total of Rs 714. 2 crore has been collected as on Monday.
Idukki and Mullaperiyar dams were among the five identified locations, but following Kerala’s cold response, the slots were distributed among other state.
When the floods ravaged the state, Malayalis around the world were stricken with worry. Here is a group of Malayalis who decided to do something about it.