A high level central team visiting flood-hit Kerala today to review relief and rehabilitation measures by banks and insurance companies

A High-Level Central delegation team is visiting Kerala today to review the relief measures and rehabilitation efforts being undertaken by banks and insurance companies in the light of the recent floods in the State.

The delegation led by the Union Minister of State for Finance, Pon. Radhakrishnan, comprise of Additional Secretary Debashish Panda and Economic Advisor N. Srinivasa Rao from the Department of Financial Services.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said, the government will soon come out with an action plan to rebuild the state. The Chief Minister told this to reporters in Thiruvananthapuram after reviewing the post-flood situation in the state.

Mr Vijayan said, the State Assembly, which has been convened tomorrow for a day, to discuss the situation, would deliberate upon all issues, and the government would finalise the action plan.

Meanwhile, the Kochi international airport, which was forced to stop its operations since 14th of this month following flooding, is commencing services from today.

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