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State Corona
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Biggest rescue operations ever...

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State Corona
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Biggest rescue operations ever...

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Any person with travel history to COVID19 affected countries or person with contact with such traveller , whether they are symptomatic or asymptomatic may remain in home isolation and do pongala prayers at their respective stay places.
Their self isolation is the real prayer for the good of community, their family and themselves.

For any assistance contact:
DISHA : 0471255 2056     Or
Toll free number :1056

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Stand with Kerala

Kerala is again hit by another flood this year. While the state has been recovering from the 2018 flood, another deluge devastated Kerala. The August flood of 2019 has severely affected and taken away many lives. Thousands of people have been shifted to safer places and relief camps.

Now it is time to help those people who get affected by this catastrophic event. Contribute your share to show you care to the Chief Minister's Distress Relief Fund.

Stand with Kerala

Kerala Flood Relief

Government of Kerala
Chief Minister's Distress Relief Fund

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Stand With Kerala

Kerala is a waterworld where the boundaries between land and water are blurred. Rain is abundant and there are two rainy seasons in a year. But in the August of 2018 an unusually surplus rainy season inundated vast swathes of Kerala underwater. The calamity has caused immeasurable misery and devastation. Many lives were lost. Hundreds of homes were totally destroyed and many more were damaged.

2019 also brings disaster to Kerala. For a second consecutive year, incessant rains have created havoc, which left more than a hundred people dead and thousands of people shifted to rescue camps. Kerala is staring at more trouble in this stage of recovery. We should help the affected rebuild their lives. No donations can be too small, as every bit helps. Contribute generously to the Chief Minister's Distress Relief Fund.

Kerala has witnessed the biggest ever rescue operation.
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Collective and selfless relief actions of thousands save Kerala
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Rehabilitation is the biggest developmental challenge the State has ever faced.
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Rebuilding is an important step in the process of overcoming the tragedy.
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Stand With Kerala - Activities

Kerala went through one of the worst flood havoc in the century. National as well as international media have done a great deal in bringing up the matter in the global scenario. The path to rehabilitation could be long. Let us all stand together to rebuild Kerala

1.5 million

Lives Displaced

5+ lakh

People Rescued

1,00,000+

Houses Damaged

10,000+ kms

Roads Ravaged

Salute Our Heros

The worst flood havoc in Kerala bore testimony to how people rose above their differences and put their heart and soul into the relief and rescue operations.

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Kerala faces the biggest calamity since the State's inception. The flood affected over 10 million people across the state. Rescue missions were headed by different government forces, fishermen and thousands of volunteers.

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  • Deeply saddened by the devastating floods in #Kerala #India. The @SAFoundationN shares your pain & stands with our brothers and sister in need. May Allah ease your sufferings & you find quick relief. #KeralaFloods #SAF #HopeNotOut for Humanity.

    Shahid Afridi
  • The devastation caused by incessant rain in Kerala is frightening ! Hundreds and thousands of our sisters and brothers are in deep anguish ! We must do all we can to contribute as much as we can towards the needs of the people of Kerala ..
    I have .. you must too .

     

    Amitabh Bachchan
  • “Prayers are always good but in times of dire need and suffering we all can do more. Right now the victims and families of the #KeralaFloods need our help. Let’s show them that we #StandWithKerala. Even a small contribution to Kerala’s #CMDRF would go a long way. @CMOKerala,”

    Sachin Tendulkar
  • “In today’s pressing, hard times, the entire nation is with Kerala. Our sympathies are with those families who lost their loved ones. Loss of lives cannot be compensated, but I assure the grief-stricken families that in this moment of suffering and misery, 125 crore Indians stand by them.

    Narendra Modi
  • On behalf of the people of Pakistan, we send our prayers and best wishes to those who have been devastated by the floods in Kerala, India. We stand ready to provide any humanitarian assistance that may be needed.

    Imran Khan – Prime Minister of Pakistan