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Kerala flood: IAS officers unload rice bags, rescue people

By Chennabasaveshwar
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    Kochi, Aug 17: As Kerala is grappling with worst-flood after 1924, government agencies, including Army,NDRF and Police personnel, are busy reaching out to people stuck in need. IAS oficers in Kerala are not lagging behind in joining hands in relief operations.

    G Rajamanikyam IAS, Special officer dealing with Disaster Management. Courtesy: @IASassociation

    IAS offcicers unloaded rice bags for distribution to Relief Camps and stood in waist-deep flood waters to rescue children and women. IAS (Central) Association posted the pictures of officers in action Kerala.

    IAS Association tweeted, " Setting an example! G Rajamanikyam IAS and NSK Umesh IAS Sub-Collector, Wayanad unloading rice bags at Collectorate, Wayanad for distribution to Relief Camps. Joined hands with other employees, at around 9.30 pm unload a vehicle full of rice bags."

    In another tweet, "Amidst the damage & havoc caused by unprecedented floods in Kerala- what stands out is the grit and commitment of young IAS officers leading teams for relief and restoration operations. Here Raja Gopal Sunkara IAS Subcollector Padmamabapuram on the job, in the field. Truly Proud!

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