New Delhi / Thiruvananthapuram:  The people of Kerala face a difficult task to rebuild their lives as floods kill hundreds of people and displaced people. Prime Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will carry out a personal review of the operation of auxiliary camps, his office said.
The tsunami-hit state has asked the center to consider the National Disaster Management Plan (NDMP) for 201
India will not seek help from foreign governments providing financial support to the southern state, the State Department said in a statement late Tuesday. "In line with existing policies, the Government of India is committed to meeting the conditions for aid and rehabilitation through domestic efforts," said the State Department. "Contributions to PM relief funds and CM relief funds from NRIs, PIOs and international organizations such as foundations would be welcome," it said.
Here are the LIVE updates on relief work in the tsunami disaster in Kerala:
Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has Rs 5 Crores against Kerala CM's relief fund for flood victims, the ANI news agency
told the European Union has provided an initial contribution of € 190,000 in humanitarian aid to assist the Indian Red Cross (IRCS) in providing emergency relief. The aid will directly benefit 25,000 of the most affected people in some of the worst hit areas in the state, he said.
The floods in Kerala, the worst in a century, have claimed 237 deaths since 8 August.
While UAE has offered Rs. $ 700 billion in financial aid, Qatar Rs has pledged. 35 crore and the Maldives have announced a donation of Rs. 35 lakh.
Almost three million Indians live and work in the United Arab Emirates, of which 80 percent are from Kerala, according to official figures.
The Kerala government is unhappy with the Center's decision not to accept donations from foreign governments. The Prime Minister tweeted: "We asked Union Gov for financial support of 2200 cr, they give us a precious 600 Cr. We do not ask foreign governments, but the UAE voluntarily give 700 kroner, no, says Union Gov, it is this is a dog in the crèche policy. "
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan becomes the auxiliary camp in Chengannur, Kozhencherry, Alappuzha, North Visiting Paravoor and Chalakudy, shared his office.
A number of countries, including the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and the Maldives, have announced plans to help Kerala recover from the devastating floods
The center will not take any help from foreign governments that support Kerala The Foreign Ministry announced in a statement on Tuesday.