Weather Update: Chennai Rains, Orange Alert Issued in Kerala, Tamil Nadu in Bad Condition Due to Heavy Rain – Tamil Nadu Rescue Snakes Cow


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Chennai

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated Sat, Nov 13, 2021 11:14 AM M. IST

Summary

So far, more than 15 thousand people have been rescued in Tamil Nadu, they have been kept in more than 290 relief centers. In the past six days, only 28,64,400 food packages have been distributed in Chennai.

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The torrential rains that have battered Chennai and other parts of Tamil Nadu for a week have thrown normal life out of balance. People have no place to live, animals do not have to feed themselves, and due to waterlogging, the threat to wild animals has now increased as well. According to officials, at least 14 people have died due to the rain in Tamil Nadu so far.

15 thousand people were saved
The effect of the rains has been such that a large number of people have been made homeless. So far, more than 15 thousand people have been rescued in Tamil Nadu, they have been kept in more than 290 relief centers. At the same time, 3,428 people have been saved in Chennai alone. The Tamil Nadu police have deployed their 75,000 troops across the state for relief efforts. Apart from this, 350 members of the Coastal Security Group, 250 members of the task force and 364 domestic guards have also been pressured to carry out relief work.

Snake and cow rescue.
The animals are also in poor condition due to the rain in Tamil Nadu. Many domestic and wild animals face the harmful effects of waterlogging. Meanwhile, in the ongoing rescue operation in Tamil Nadu, the operation to save humans and animals has started. A large number of animals are being saved. Meanwhile, the Forest Department said more than 20 snakes have been rescued so far. Officials say that many of these snakes are very poisonous. These snakes will be released later.

neither to eat nor to survive
Corporation officials have installed 44 shelters in areas affected by the rain. 2,699 people have stayed here. In the last six days alone, 28,64,400 food packages have been distributed.

Danger rises towards Kerala
An active monsoon in the northeast is becoming a threat to Kerala. The Indian Meteorological Department has indicated heavy rains in six districts of Kerala on November 13 and five districts on November 14. The department has issued an orange alert for these districts. Districts where the Orange Alert was issued on November 13. They include Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Kottayam, and Idukki. On November 14, a rain warning was issued for Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Kottayam, Ernakulam and Idukki.

Expansion

The torrential rains that have battered Chennai and other parts of Tamil Nadu for a week have thrown normal life out of balance. People have no place to live, animals do not have to feed themselves, and due to waterlogging, the threat to wild animals has now increased as well. According to officials, at least 14 people have died due to the rain in Tamil Nadu so far.

15 thousand people were saved

The effect of the rains has been such that a large number of people have been made homeless. So far, more than 15 thousand people have been rescued in Tamil Nadu, they have been kept in more than 290 relief centers. At the same time, 3,428 people have been saved in Chennai alone. The Tamil Nadu police have deployed their 75,000 troops across the state for relief efforts. Apart from this, 350 members of the Coastal Security Group, 250 members of the task force and 364 domestic guards have also been pressured to carry out relief work.

Snake and cow rescue.

The animals are also in poor condition due to the rain in Tamil Nadu. Many domestic and wild animals face the harmful effects of waterlogging. Meanwhile, in the ongoing rescue operation in Tamil Nadu, the operation to save humans and animals has started. A large number of animals are being saved. Meanwhile, the Forest Department said more than 20 snakes have been rescued so far. Officials say that many of these snakes are very poisonous. These snakes will be released later.

neither to eat nor to survive

Corporation officials have installed 44 shelters in areas affected by the rain. 2,699 people have stayed here. In the last six days alone, 28,64,400 food packages have been distributed.

Danger rises towards Kerala

An active monsoon in the northeast is becoming a threat to Kerala. The Indian Meteorological Department has indicated heavy rains in six districts of Kerala on November 13 and five districts on November 14. The department has issued an orange alert for these districts. Districts where the Orange Alert was issued on November 13. They include Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Kottayam, and Idukki. On November 14, a rain warning was issued for Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Kottayam, Ernakulam and Idukki.


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