As the southwest monsoon rains are lashing the Southern Indian train of Kerala, nine groups of the National Catastrophe Response Force (NDRF) had been deployed in the train, whereas four groups had been deployed in Tamil Nadu, in districts adjoining Kerala. This mobilisation of NDRF groups comes at a time when a in particular heavy rainfall warning has been issued for facets of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
In accordance to the 04 Battalion NDRF Arakkonam, groups had been deployed in Ernakulam, Kottayam, Kollam, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Wayanad, Idukki, Pathanamthitta and Thrissur districts of Kerala. In Tamil Nadu, two groups every had been deployed in Nilgiris district (hilly region) and Kanyakumari (coastal region), both of that are bordering Kerala.
All NDRF groups are self-contained and equipped with flood rescue instruments, collapsed structure search and rescue instruments, communications and non-public retaining instruments. The NDRF Battalion control room in Arakkonam, Tamil Nadu, is monitoring the evolving downside spherical-the-clock, in close collaboration with the train administration in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
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As per reports, seven persons maintain died in Kerala because landslides and minor flash floods precipitated by heavy rainfall in the hilly regions. Some homes were destroyed, whereas nearly about 50 homes were damaged amid the rains.
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