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Fiinovation Stands With Chennai

By Author: Rahul Choudhury
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People formed human chains to save themselves from drowning as floods ravaged the southern metropolitan city of Chennai. The city witnessed the worst floods in decades with highest amount of rainfall in over 100 years. Home to 4.8 million people and third most densely populated city in the country came to grinding halt for almost a week as citizens battered the untimely rains. In this crisis situation, all of India is standing by Chennai to help it gather momentum once again.

Fiinovation the situation as tough as huge amount of population has lost their belongings due to the floods. The centre has poured in funds after sending the Indian Army and the NDRF teams to carry out the rescue operations. As many limp back to normal life, it will be challenging for them to restore back to normalcy. There will be huge amount of investments required to improve the ground situation, so that the city is better prepared.

However, Fiinovation believes that for the marginalised sections such as slum dwellers, it will be more challenging. Relief for them will be depending on their luck and muscle power. As of now, many slum dwellers are taking shelters in schools and colleges. The social work department of Loyola College has accommodated around 1200 people, providing them to settle in the dry classrooms with floor mats and bed sheets. Student volunteers are also providing the people with food and water.

Fiinovation believes that in this crisis situations, the people of Chennai has shown immense strengthen and goodness by opening their hearts and homes for the victims of the floods. Fiinovation would like to urge the corporations to take up initiatives to restore normalcy in the city and help to develop the capital of the state into a Smart City. On the part of the government, it must ensure the city is developed with proper planning and management. There should not be any blockage to the flow of water due to construction. Leaving out the sensitive zones such as low-lying areas, construction below sea-level, construction on river beds etc. are important to avoid such flooding.

Fiinovation hopes that the civic authorities, the government and individuals take note of unsustainable methods of development and construct a future that is sustainable for the coming generations.


By Rahul Choudhury
Media & Communications, Fiinovation


Author Bio: Rahul Choudhury is an expert content writer. He is very experienced content writer. He has written many articles on Fiinovation and Fiinovation Delhi .

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