Swelling waters have swept away villages, roads and bridges, and at one point inundated a third of Pakistan's territory.
This government has done neither.
As many as 70 people lost their lives and 507 livestock died due to the floods across the state while crops on 1,29,087 hectares and horticulture crops on 7,942 hectares were destroyed.
The Minister also asked the irrigation department to continuously monitor lakes and water bodies in various districts.
According to the report, the Roads and Buildings Department suffered Rs 498 crore loss as roads and causeways were washed way due to floods.
Villages in B’chalam & Pinapaka divisions still affected; people going through a nightmarish experience at shelters
This comes as the water level in Bhadrachalam, along Yanam, 0touched as 71 feet on Saturday.
According to the official instruction issued to all GMs, all government organisations across the country can book the relief materials free of cost to aforesaid affected states.
PM Modi said that CM Himanta Biswa Sarma, state ministers and officials are working round-the-clock in districts and helping those who have suffered.
There is also speculation over Kumaraswamy’s statement that his party was not in favour of the collapse of the Yediyurappa government, and his sudden appreciation for the BJP leader.
The Kannappankundu river got split during the heavy rainfall, with one arm forcing down across the houses along its banks.
The 60 residents of the village are yet to recover from the impact of the deluge.
The Kolothu Jetty-bound KSRTC bus arrives at the Kainakari Jetty bus stop at 11.25 am.
Although there are no camps in Edanad anymore, people are far from settled.
All Kerala House Boat Owners Association president Josekutty Joseph said, over 100 boats have begun cruises and the industry is limping back.
Visiting the worst-hit places in Chengannur, the Express team was approached by many elderly people, especially women.
Pandanad, a rural area in Chengannur, is struggling to find the means to reconstruct post the floods.
After rains, floods and landslides, Kodagu is now staring at a pest outbreak. This could threaten a few crops still remaining if immediate measures are not taken up, say experts.
Here’s a look at the cost of rebuilding Kerala; the fears of an epidemic and containing them; getting help from different corners and utilising them and whether the floods are uniting Keralites.
Kerala floods HIGHLIGHTS: Centre releases Rs 600 crore, waives off customs duty and GST on relief materials
The Centre today released Rs 600 crore to flood-hit Kerala and decided to waive customs duty and GST on the relief materials being imported for the affected people in the state.