Heavy rain continued to lash most parts of the state on Sunday, leaving at least four people dead, damaging scores of houses and destroying a large extent of crops besides causing flood and landslips in some areas.
Kerala has been witnessing heavy rains since Friday night owing to the low pressure formations in the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal. Pathanamthitta is witnessing heavy rains akin to the heavy showers during the 2018 floods. Major dams in the district have been filled to their capacity.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi met people in various relief camps and distributed relief materials, listened to their woes and comforted them.
To check on rescue and relief operations, Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan has been camping through the state.
A few young players of a local soccer club rescued around 300 families who were caught unawares as floodwaters gushed into their houses.
Kerala has witnessed over 80 landslides in the last four days, due to flash floods and heavy rainfall.
The northern districts of Wayanad, Malappuram and Kozhikode, which bore the brunt of the rain fury this season, have reported the most deaths so far.
Northern districts of Wayanad, Malappuram and Kozhikode, which bore the brunt of the rain fury this season, have reported 29 deaths so far.
Heavy rain continued to pound many parts of the state for the second consecutive day, causing landslides and widespread destruction.
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Seema Punia also urged other players to donate at least 50% of their pocket money to help the needy.
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Small businesses, especially flower shops and markets, are struggling to make their ends meet in the aftermath of the floods as Onam celebrations have been cancelled.
As the flood-water in Kerala has started to recede, normal life has resumed in Thrissur with huge crowd thronging petrol pump at the Palakkad-Thrissur National Highway on Monday.
Linda, a social worker, started a relief camp at North Paravur when the heavy rain and floods made the lives of people miserable.
As the flood-water in Kerala has started to recede, some regions still remain water-logged and the marooned flood victims at relief camps cannot go back to their houses.