Kerala Floods – Impacts, Causes, and Suggestions

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Aysha's
Aysha's
3 years ago

Quarrying cannot be performed in wetland areas. Instead, the lands were reclaimed and came to be used as lands for construction. They are floodplains.
The authorities made a mistake by releasing water from dams after waiting for them to get filled up instead of releasing them earlier which would have not caused much damage.
Kindly do not spread wrong information. Please do the needful changes.

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