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Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy on Monday announced that he has concluded the aerial review of the flood situation in Kodagu, while addressing reporters at Vidhana Soudha. He was in Kodagu on Sunday and had visited some relief camps.

A total of 845 houses have been damaged, out of which 773 houses are partially damaged. 123 km of road, 58 bridges, 278 government buildings and 3,800 electric poles have been damaged, the CM said.

The CM said, “As of today, until 10 am, 4,320 people have been rescued and brought back safely to relief centres. In total, 1,725 specially trained experts from KSRP, SDRF, Army, Navy and Air force, NCC, Home guards and District Administration have been deployed in rescue operations.”

The funds raised here will be used to distribute food packets, clean water, Milk & Biscuits Kit and conduct  medical camps in the worst affected areas of Kodagu
Kodagu Floods
Kodagu Floods
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Goal: Rs.500,000

Beneficiary: Rohit Choudhary info_outline