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KALPETTA: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that Rs 4 lakh has been sanctioned for the families of those who were killed in the monsoon disaster in Wayanad. Rs 4 lakh will be given to those who lost their houses in flood as well. A financial aid of 10 lakh has also been declared for those who lost their houses and land. He was speaking in the evaluation meeting held at Wayanad collectorate after visiting the disaster hit areas of Wayanad.

He told that Kerala is facing a huge disaster that has not been faced by the state before. All necessary help are being provided for the disaster affected people. Rs 3800 will be given to those in relief camps immediately. Food and water are being provided to the camps. Monitoring cell led by district collectors are evaluating the situation continuously. Free textbooks will be provided for children. Immediate adalats will be conducted for obtaining important documents that has been lost. He also requested that everyone should contribute to the chief minister’s disaster relief fund for helping those affected by the disaster. CM expressed his satisfaction in the disaster relief activities.

“Kerala is facing a huge disaster. The state has not faced such a disaster before. The opposition will give complete support to all the disaster relief actions for helping those affected by the monsoon calamities”, said leader of opposition Ramesh Chennithala.

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