Thodupuzha : As the whole nation works hard to come back to regular after the worst floods in a century, Munnar and Cheruthoni in Idukki still remain isolated and completely cut off.
As per the records to be had with the district disaster management authority, as many as 211 relief camps had been opened across the district since August, with fifty two at Devikulam, 24 at Peermade, forty six at Thodupuzha, 35 at Udumbanchola and fifty three at Idukki taluk.
Munnar is one of the most favorite tourism destinations inside the state, at the same time as Cheruthoni lies in the catchment place of Idukki dam.
there may be no electricity deliver in Munnar and Cheruthoni ever for the reason that rains began unleashing havoc. Roads main to Munnar are broken at the same time as the destruction of Cheruthoni bridge has isolated it from the relaxation of the vicinity.
lots of homes had been still without clean water and electricity in Munnar and different difficult-hit regions. The navy ferried oil tankers to Adimaly, whose about 40,000 residents have been reduce off from the rest of the prefecture due to the disaster, after in part starting the Kochi Dhanushkodi NH 85 which Connects Adimaly and Kothamangalam, however, regularly happening rain and dirt deposits also hampered remedy and rescue efforts.