RAIN IN THE NILGIRIS ..
(article in today’s The New Indian Express)
280 FLOOD RELIEF CAMPS KEPT READY IN THE NILGIRIS.
Express News Service @ Coonoor
In the context of the met department forecasting heavy rains in parts of The Nilgiris, the district Collector Innocent Divya said on Monday that 280 flood relief camps have been kept ready to accommodate victims if needed.
She said that members of 45 groups are monitoring the situation in places identified to be dangerous.
She said that many trees have fallen in different parts and work towards removing them was under progress.
She asked people not to come out unless it is highly essential.
Meanwhile, The Nilgiris recorded 761.5 mm rainfall for the 24 hours ending 8.30 am on Monday.
Avalanche recorded the highest rainfall of 182 mm, followed by upper Bhavani 119 mm and Devala 105 mm.
Panthalur received 57 mm, Cherankode 43 mm and Emerald 40 mm.
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