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Friday, 30 September 2022 12.51 PM IST

Decrease in intensity of rains; Red alert withdrawn in state, hilly areas to be on alert

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The red alert issued in the state has been withdrawn due to the decrease in the intensity of rains. The red alert issued in Kottayam, Ernakulam and Idukki has been withdrawn. Apart from Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam and Kasaragod, eleven districts are on orange alert today.

Orange alert has been issued in twelve districts tomorrow. Meantime, red alert has been sounded in six dams and yellow alert in Peringalkuth dam.

Though yellow alert has been issued in some districts, there is a possibility of isolated heavy thundershowers in the hilly areas. Officials informed that caution similar to orange alert should be observed in hilly areas which had received heavy rains in the past few days.

166 relief camps have been opened in the state following the rains. 4639 people have been relocated.


Most people were relocated in Thrissur. 1299 people have been shifted to 36 camps here. Thiruvananthapuram has 41 people in three camps, Pathanamthitta has 621 people in 33 camps, Alappuzha has 162 in nine camps and Kottayam has 672 in 30 camps.


Seven relief camps were opened in Idukki. 118 people were shifted to camps. 685 people were relocated in 18 camps in Ernakulam. 58 people were relocated in three camps in Palakkad, 77 people in four camps in Malappuram and 343 people in eight camps in Kozhikode. 516 people have been relocated in 13 relief camps opened in Wayanad. 47 people were shifted to two camps in Kannur.

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