More than 125 people were killed in the incessant rain and some 16,000 houses were damaged in Kerala this month and this is for the second year in a row.
South superstar Manju Warrier and her 35-member film crew refused to leave the flood-hit remote village of Himachal Pradesh after the Mandi district administration reached the spot to rescue the stranded team.
It has led to the death of at least 28 people and 22 are missing.
She said in the video and she wants to send her love and prayers to the Keralites who are going through hard times at the moment.
Maria Fernanda Espinosa’s spokesperson Monica Grayley spoke to the media saying that she sends condolences to the people and the Government of India after the monsoon flood.
Kerala state police chief Loknath Behera said that 19 cases have been registered against fake campaigns conducted on social media over flood relief.
Kerala is witnessing not only the dreadful scenes of flood but has ceaseless love, humanity and unity coming from every corner of the society.
Sixty people have died due to heavy rain and flood in Kerala in the past three days. Over two lakh people have been evacuated to safety.
Monsoon has been at its worst in many parts of the country especially in the states such as Maharashtra, Kerala and Karnataka.
Sudha Murthy, the chairperson of Infosys Foundation, donated Rs 10 crore for Karnataka flood relief.
The Cochin International Airport has been closed till 3pm on Sunday due to heavy rain.
Mostly from its western districts especially Kolhapur and Sangli, over 1.32 lakh people have been taken to safer places on Wednesday.