1st December 2021
  • 1st December 2021

Stay at hometown; CM instructs

By Team YourCoimbatore on 7th November 2021
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Chennai received more than 20 cm of rain in a single day. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin announced that as many as 160 relief camps are ready for the affected people. Around 50,000 food parcels have been distributed and arrangements have been made to provide regular meals to those affected by the heavy rains in the city. Two NDRF teams have been deployed in Madurai and one each in Chengalpattu and Tiruvallur for relief and rescue work.

Due to incessant rains and waterlogging on the tracks, EMU train services between Chennai Beach and Egmore have been temporarily suspended. Various trains to Chennai Central and Egmore have been delayed.

For flood-related grievances, you can contact the helpline numbers 04425619206, 04425619207 and 04425619208. You can also get in touch through Whatsapp at +91 944547205.

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