Kerela In Crisis

Kerala is witnessing one of the worst floods of this century in India. YOURTINERARY calls on you to aid the government in fighting this disaster.

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Donation Portal of CM’s Relief Fund

You can make a donation to the CM’s Relief fund in Kerala. You can go https://donation.cmdrf.kerala.gov.in/ to make a donation. Any amount of financial assistance can be provided towards the Kerala CM Distress Relief Fund (CMDRF). The donations are exempted from income tax as well as the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, 2010. The payment procedure is simple and secure.

VIA Internet Banking

Those wishing to donate via internet banking can use the following details:Account number: 67319948232

Bank: SBI

Branch: City Branch, TVM

IFSC Code: SBIN0070028

Name of Donee: CMDRF

PAN detail: AAAGD0584M

SWIFT CODE: SBININBBT08

Cheque/ DD

You can also send money by cheque/DD addressed to Principal Secretary (Finance) Treasurer, Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund, Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram. Any amount of financial assistance can be provided towards the Kerala CM Distress Relief Fund (CMDRF). The donations are exempted from income tax as well as the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, 2010. The payment procedure is simple and secure.

Via Paytm

Paytm has also given an option to donate via its app. Click on the Kerala icon and you will be able to see choices of fund you would want your contribution to go through. The visible choices are Kerala CM’s Distress Relief Fund, gaon Connection Fund and Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation.

You can also contribute, register as a volunteer, NGO or company

Explore

  • How serious is the flood situation in Kerala?

    Kerala is facing its worst flood in 100 years. 80 dams opened, 324 lives lost and 223139 people are in about 1500+ relief camps.

  • How much excess rainfall has Kerala received this monsoon?

    Except Trishur, Kannur and Kasargod districts, which have recorded normal rainfall, all other districts are witnessing excess rains. Idukki has recorded highest rainfall, in excess of 70%, while Kerala overall has recorded 37% excess rain so far this monsoon season.

  • So how did most districts get flooded?

    A combination of heavy, persistent rainfall, particularly over last week, and the release of thousands of cumec of water into rivers from dams and reservoirs are responsible for the flooding of low-lying areas.

  • Where are the people being given shelter?

    As of now there are more than 1.5 lakh people staying at 106u7 relief camps in the state. Ernakulam district has the maximum number of 196 relief camps. These camps have been set up mostly at government schools, colleges, anganwadis, churches and auditoriums.

  • How affected are the public transportation systems in Kerala?

    Torrential rainfall since Tuesday has flooded major roads and national highways in Ernakulam, particularly near Aluva. Streams connected to the Periyar flooding above its levels have led to water collecting on roads. Bus and auto rickshaw services have also been affected. Currently, Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode airports are handling most of the flights into the state.

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