Forest workers plea for help to help rescue children from floods in Chennai, Kerala

Forest workers plea for help to help rescue children from floods in Chennai, Kerala

Jairam Kumar, who was in a state of shock after getting a call from his brother and wife saying they were trapped in their house because of heavy rain, arrived in Chennai yesterday and got to the family-run home in the middle of the night to t대구 출장 안마ry and reach his sons.

Kumar, a retired industrialist in Chennai, told The India Today, he was waiting for his wife from their home in Muntinlupur village at around 10 am when he got the call from his wife that his home in Muntinlupur had been flooded.

‘I rushed there on foot and I am scared. I could barely see my children,’ he said. ‘I am begging anyone to help me save them.’

Kumar had decided to leave his wife and children in Chennai, but was told that his children will stay with relatives here. ‘The water has come up from their home in Tamil Nadu and the rain has made their home uninhabitable, and they don’t know where their children are,’ Kumar said.

A truck with six people on board had been brought by rescue workers to rescue t바카라사이트hem from their homes near the village, where around 5,000 people were in distress.

Chandanpur – Onlookers on Saturday captured some of the relief efforts which Tamil Nadu state government offic양산출장안마ials are running in the aftermath of two devastating monsoons in the state – the one that left nearly one lakh people without power over the weekend, and now the one due to come Thursday which has also forced out power to around three-quarters of the state.

A truck with six people on board had been brought by rescue workers to rescue them from their homes near the village, where around 5,000 people were in distress.

The state government’s Disaster Relief Team (DRT) is currently on a rescue mission to help victims of the worst monsoon crisis in the state’s history.

‘At a cost of about Rs 20 lakhs, we have been getting around 2-4 crres (3.2 pounds) of relief to Tamil Nadu with the assistance of the state government’s Department of Environment and Forests and a number of NGOs,’ disaster relief spokesperson Bambar Bhattacharjee told The India Today.

At a cost of about Rs 20 lakhs, we have been getting around 2-4 crres (3.2 pounds) of relief to Tamil Nadu with the assistanc