Chennai, December 14: After sever devastation in the southern state of Tami Nadu there was sunshine in most parts of the state with the relief measures continue unabated. On the hand the School and colleges reopen on Monday morning with the hope of new start for the life.
Meteorological department office said, there is no forecast of heavy rain in the state as the upper air circulation has moved towards Maldives region. The forecast has come as an immense relief to people who had suffered the vagaries of nature.
Schools and colleges, which were closed for a month due to heavy rainfall, are reopening today in Chennai, Cuddalore Kanchipuram and Tiruvallur.
Special camps will be held from today in northern districts for a fortnight for issuing duplicates of certificates to students who have lost it in rain.
North east monsoon rain which hasn’t spared anyone including school college children, farmers, office goers, old and young alike has now subsided.
There was bright sunshine in many parts of the state including Kannya Kumari, Tirupur, Cuddalore and Tirunelveli which were devastated by continuous rain for more than a month.
Three NDRF teams of 110 personnel are stationed at Thoothukudi, Athur and Srivaikuntam and army team is ready for emergency relief measures near Thamaraparani river banks.
According to officials, Tamil Nadu has faced a loss of more than 8000 crore to which recuperate Central government had given an assistance of approximately 2000 crore as immediate relief fund to the state.
The floods had also claimed more than 269 lives in the capital city of state.