Weather Update: 12 NDRF teams deployed in Kerala after heavy rain warning, Orange Alert

Weather Update: 12 NDRF teams deployed in Kerala after heavy rain warning, Orange Alert

Clouds are once again hovering over Kerala and heavy rains are forecast. NDRF teams are deployed as a precaution.
Weather Update: 12 NDRF teams deployed in Kerala after heavy rain warning, Orange Alert

Weather Update: The weather in Kerala is likely to be catastrophic again. The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert for heavy rains on Friday. Kerala Revenue Minister K. Rajan said that 12 teams of NDRF have been deployed in six districts of Trivandrum, Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Kottayam and Adoki. At the same time, people are being evacuated from the 27 km long section of the Malaperiyar Dam in Adoki District, where water flow is expected to be higher. 339 families have been resettled in six camps. Heavy rains are also expected in coastal and southern Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal districts on October 29. On the other hand, heavy to very heavy rainfall is expected in some parts of coastal Andhra Pradesh.

On the other hand, Kerala Chief Minister Panarayi Vajin said that his government has decided to pay Rs 500,000 each to the families of those killed in the recent floods and landslides in the state. The Chief Minister said in a release that the state government would also provide Rs 10 lakh to those who lost their houses and lands in rain-related accidents. Out of the Rs 5 lakh given to the families of those killed in the disaster, Rs 4 lakh will be provided from the State Disaster Response Fund and the remaining Rs 1 lakh will be provided from the Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund. The Chief Minister said that those families whose houses have been damaged by more than 15% due to disasters will be considered as disaster affected families.

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By the way, except for the southern states, the weather in India will be generally dry and there is no chance of rain. Westerly winds are likely to increase the cold in most parts of the country. The Meteorological Department has already said that the temperature may drop sharply in the coming days.


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