Heavy rains wreak havoc in Mangaluru, Home Ministry rushes additional teams of NDRF

Heavy downpour lashed Mangaluru, flooding roads,damaging shops and houses.

FP Staff May 29, 2018 22:21:46 IST
Heavy rains wreak havoc in Mangaluru, Home Ministry rushes additional teams of NDRF
Heavy rains wreak havoc in Mangaluru Home Ministry rushes additional teams of NDRF

Heavy downpour lashed Mangaluru, flooding roads,damaging shops and houses. PTI

Heavy rains wreak havoc in Mangaluru Home Ministry rushes additional teams of NDRF

The Home Ministry said it has reviewed the situation in Managalore and is rushing additional teams of NDRF. PTI

Heavy rains wreak havoc in Mangaluru Home Ministry rushes additional teams of NDRF

Boats had to be used to ferry stranded people, including school children. PTI

Heavy rains wreak havoc in Mangaluru Home Ministry rushes additional teams of NDRF

Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy took stock from Deputy Commissioner of the situation in Dakshina Kannada due to heavy downpour. PTI

Heavy rains wreak havoc in Mangaluru Home Ministry rushes additional teams of NDRF

Kumaraswamy directed the Deputy Commissioner to take assistance from the Coast Guard to rescue people, if such situation arises. PTI

Heavy rains wreak havoc in Mangaluru Home Ministry rushes additional teams of NDRF

Meteorological department sources said the monsoon had set over Kerala today and had not arrived in Karnataka till now. PTI

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