Every year thousand of people die due to heavy Indian monsoons. This year more than 60 people have lost their lives in floods hit Kerala. Lakhs of residing people evacuated to much safer places. Moreover, many still stuck in inhumane conditions.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah recently had conducted survey in the flood-affected areas of Karnataka’s Belagavi district. He is also concerned about the relief operation being conducted to deal with this natural calamity.
After the survey he tweeted:
Did an aerial survey of the flood affected areas of Belagavi (Karnataka) and Kolhapur & Sangli (Maharashtra).
Also held a meeting with senior officials to review the relief operations.
Central and both state governments are totally commited to helping our people in distress. pic.twitter.com/2IgDdD1zk1
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) August 11, 2019
In addition to this, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi visited his parliamentary constituency, Kerala’s Wayanad today.
He also urged the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure aid and relief to the Kerala floods affected people.
A red rain alert already issued for Kannur, Kasargod and Wayanad district . Moreover, orange alert issued for six flood affected districts of the state.
Conditions of Maharashtra:
Other than Kerala, in Maharashtra nearly 30 people killed till now.
Kohlapur is facing the worst flood situations ever. In addition to this, hundred of them still waiting rescue after six days of rescue operations in Kolhapur. More than four lakh people have recoursed across the state.
The situation in western Maharashtra is more likely to improve the officials told.
In addition to this, The National Highway 4 (Mumbai- Bengaluru) still shut down.
Vehicles coming from Mumbai and bound for Karnataka advised to take Solapur route.