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Kerala Floods: Indian Army, Air Force Teams Are On Standby For Assistance, Assures State Minister K Rajan

Rescue Operation is on in the Kokkayar area of Idukki where a landslide had occurred on Friday.

Army conducts rescue operations for missing persons in debris in Kavali, Kottayam. (Image: Twitter)

Kerala: K Rajan, Kerala Minister for Land Revenue, has said that the Indian Army and Indian Air Force are on stand-by for assistance and provide all help to those in need. This comes amidst the ongoing Kerala floods that have so far claimed the life of 9 people in the state. Rescue Operation is on in the Kokkayar area of Idukki where a landslide had occurred on Friday.

Watch: Rescue operation in Kokkayar, Idukki

The Indian Army on Sunday morning conducted rescue operations for missing persons in debris in Kavali, Kottayam. Navy Chopper with relief materials have already been sent from INS Garuda towards rain-affected areas. Two Air Force Chopper Mi-17 are also said to be on at AF Station, Shangumugham, the Defence PRO stated.

ALSO READ: Kerala Floods: Death Toll Rises To 9; Isolated Heavy Rainfall During Next 24 Hours, Says IMD

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