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Kerala Situation Very Serious, says Rajnath Singh After Aerial Survey

India | News18 | August 12, 2018, 6:15 pm
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 Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday (August 12) described the situation in the flood-affected areas of Kerala as

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday (August 12) described the situation in the flood-affected areas of Kerala as "very serious" and assured the state of all possible help from the Centre. (Image: Special Arrangement)

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 Rajnath Singh, who arrived in Kerala on Sunday (August 12) afternoon, made the statement after an aerial survey of Idukki and Ernakulam districts. (Image: Special Arrangement)

Rajnath Singh, who arrived in Kerala on Sunday (August 12) afternoon, made the statement after an aerial survey of Idukki and Ernakulam districts. (Image: Special Arrangement)

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 Rajnath Singh was accompanied by Union Tourism Minister KJ Alphons and Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. (Image: Special Arrangement)

Rajnath Singh was accompanied by Union Tourism Minister KJ Alphons and Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. (Image: Special Arrangement)

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 Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Union Tourism Minister KJ Alphons meet the residents at the flood-hit areas. (Image: Special Arrangement)

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Union Tourism Minister KJ Alphons meet the residents at the flood-hit areas. (Image: Special Arrangement)

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 Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan undertakes an aerial survey of flood-hit areas in Kerala. (Image: Indian Army)

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan undertakes an aerial survey of flood-hit areas in Kerala. (Image: Indian Army)

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 The flood situation in Kerala worsened on Friday (August 10) as all the five gates of the Idukki hydel project were opened and shutters of over two dozen dams were lifted, inundating various parts of the state which reeled under the unprecedented downpour in decades. (Image: Indian Army)

The flood situation in Kerala worsened on Friday (August 10) as all the five gates of the Idukki hydel project were opened and shutters of over two dozen dams were lifted, inundating various parts of the state which reeled under the unprecedented downpour in decades. (Image: Indian Army)

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 The Indian Army also launched a major rescue and relief operation in flood-ravaged Kerala where torrential monsoon rains have killed at least two dozens of people and left thousands homeless due to flooding and landslides. (Image: Indian Army)

The Indian Army also launched a major rescue and relief operation in flood-ravaged Kerala where torrential monsoon rains have killed at least two dozens of people and left thousands homeless due to flooding and landslides. (Image: Indian Army)

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 Kerala CM and his team undertaking an aerial survey of flood-hit areas. (Image: Indian Army)

Kerala CM and his team undertaking an aerial survey of flood-hit areas. (Image: Indian Army)

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 Indian Air Force (IAF) on Friday (August 09) said it had deployed five An-32 transport aircraft, two Mi-17 V5 helicopters and an Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) for rescue and relief operations in the rain-devastated parts of Kerala. (Image: Indian Army)

Indian Air Force (IAF) on Friday (August 09) said it had deployed five An-32 transport aircraft, two Mi-17 V5 helicopters and an Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) for rescue and relief operations in the rain-devastated parts of Kerala. (Image: Indian Army)

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 Kerala CM and his team undertaking an aerial survey of flood-hit areas. (Image: Indian Army)

Kerala CM and his team undertaking an aerial survey of flood-hit areas. (Image: Indian Army)

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