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Modi's Areal Survey In Kerala Cancelled Due To Bad Weather:- As many as 324 people died in Kerala after the state has been hit badly by rains which resulted in floods and landslides. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi flew to Kerala last evening and had a meeting with the state's Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. He was in plans to conduct an areal survey in Kochi today morning. The unfavorable weather conditions cancelled Modi's plans. Kerala is battered by the worst floods in a century. Lakhs of people have been shifted to relief camps and 100 dams, rivers and reservoirs are overflowed which never happened in the history of Kerala.
More than 30 military helicopters and 320 boats are taking care of the rescue operations across Kerala. It is still unclear if Modi will wait for the weather to calm down to take an areal survey or if he calls it a skip and reviews through a meeting with the Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Union Minister KJ Alphons. Several businessmen, celebrities and common people donated for the Kerala Chief Minister's Relief Fund. Hundreds of fishermen have been participating in the rescue operations and are saving people.