Nearly a century ago when floods ravaged Kerala, Mahatma Gandhi had termed the misery of the people as “unimaginable” and stepped in to mobilise over Rs. 6,000 to help them, records show.
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If the present rain fury has claimed over 290 lives and displaced over 10 lakh people, the massive floods that crippled the state in July 1924 are believed to have claimed a large number of lives and caused widespread destruction.
Mahatma Gandhi, through a series of articles in his publications ‘Young India’ and ‘Navajivan’, had urged people of the country to generously contribute for the relief of the flood-hit ‘Malabar’ (Kerala).