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Chief Whip N Jayaraj leaves official vehicle to take pregnant woman to hospital in heavy rains


Highlight:

  • Help during heavy rains
  • Arrived to visit the disaster affected area
  • Jayaraj is a Kerala Congress M leader and MLA

Kottayam: Kanjirapally MLA and Chief Whip Dr N Jayaraj handed over an official vehicle to take a pregnant woman who could not get a vehicle due to heavy rain to the hospital. Jayaraj left his official vehicle to take the pregnant woman and her mother to the hospital as they could not get a vehicle during the heavy rains. He had come to visit the flooded areas.

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Meanwhile, several parts of Kottayam district were inundated due to heavy rains. Poonjar, Kanjirapally, Koottikal and Enthayar were inundated due to landslides in several places.

Ten people are reported missing in a landslide near Cholathadam Kootikkal village in Plappally. The bodies of six people were recovered. Six out of ten people suspected of being missing are from the same family. Poonjar MLA Sebastian Kulathungal said the bodies of three people were found.

The high-level meeting convened by the Chief Minister decided to intensify rescue operations in all areas where heavy rains continue. All government agencies will step in for this. During the meeting, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan suggested that immediate action be taken to evacuate people from areas prone to landslides, floods and landslides.

Every possible means will be used to rescue those trapped in the rain-hit areas, including Kottayam district. The meeting evaluated the progress of rescue operations. The CM said that the situation was serious. But the latest weather forecast is reassuring.

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