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The wrath of mother nature has affected our homeland -Kerala ;India 

Posted on 16 th August 2018

The incessant rains triggered by the South West Monsoon have caused havoc in the Northern and Central regions of the State of Kerala, South India. Almost half of Kerala is reeling under Floods. Landslides, a resultant of the torrential rains, pose a new threat to the communities living in the hilly terrain. Till date, 25 landslides have been reported in Kerala and 21 such incidents are from Idukki District. Due to continuous rains, there is a steady inflow of waters in all the water reservoirs, reaching its maximum capacity. The Government has opened 22 reservoirs on Thursday and this has caused sudden flooding in Districts of Kerala. The worst affected Districts are Palakkad, Ernakulum, Alappuzha, Idukki,Pathanamthitta,Thrissur  Wayanad and Kozhikode. Several Lakhs of people are dislocated at present staying in Public Buildings such as Schools, Government Offices and Marriage Halls. The roads and the communication facilities are totally disrupted. In many places, the electricity poles are washed away and the people are forced to stay indoors. There is acute shortage of safe drinking water, food, health facility and shelter.

We the people of Kerala are seeking international aid from United Nations as soon as possible.Pls share and be part of to invite for Urgent International Aid.

Not updated after 16 th August.

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