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Floods In Kerala, India Have Killed More Than 300 People Since The End Of May…

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Floods in Kerala, India have killed more than 300 people since the end of May
On August 17, 2018, local time, Kerala, India, people
👆On August 17, 2018, local time, Kerala, India, people evacuated by boat. (Photo Attribution: Oriental IC) “
The Office of the Chief Minister of Kerala in southern
👆The Office of the Chief Minister of Kerala in southern India said on the 17th that since May 29, 324 people have died in the country. (Photo Attribution: Oriental IC) “
On August 17, 2018, local time, Kerala, India, the village
👆On August 17, 2018, local time, Kerala, India, the village was flooded into Zeguo. (Photo Attribution: Oriental IC) “
Among them, 164 people have been killed by the flood since
👆Among them, 164 people have been killed by the flood since the 9th of this month. (Photo Attribution: Oriental IC) “
The Kerala Chief Minister’s Office issued a message on
👆The Kerala Chief Minister’s Office issued a message on social media that the state is experiencing a severe flood in a hundred years. More than 220,000 victims have been placed in more than 1,500 disaster relief centers. (Photo Attribution: Oriental IC) “
Due to heavy rains in the past few days, the water level of
👆Due to heavy rains in the past few days, the water level of rivers and reservoirs in Kerala has been rising and the disaster has become increasingly serious. The most affected areas include the state capital of Tiruvonen Tabulham. (Photo Attribution: Oriental IC) “
Kerala’s Chief Minister Vijayan said that the
👆Kerala’s Chief Minister Vijayan said that the meteorological department predicted that there will be more rain in the country in the next few days, and the situation will be even more severe. (Photo Attribution: Oriental IC) “
The relevant departments of India have dispatched the army,
👆The relevant departments of India have dispatched the army, navy and air force, the Coast Guard and the National Disaster Relief Force to participate in the rescue, and are mobilizing more manpower and relief supplies to the disaster area. (Photo Attribution: Oriental IC) “