Kozhikode: Though the intensity of monsoon is on the wane in some parts, the coastal regions of Koyilandi and Vadakara are facing sea fury while the high-ranges of the district were receiving heavy rains on Monday night and Tuesday.
The emergency control rooms operating at Taluk centres are on high alert in the wake of increasing incidents of tree fall and rough sea.
District administration cautioned people of Kadalundi area from entering the sea coast as the sea is at the height of fury.
Tahsildar N. Premachandran said that the district administration is ready to face any emergency and to rehabilitate families in coastal villages.
The attack of sea waves on the coast is severe in Koyilandy and Chengottkavu village.
"The bus waiting shed near the road, the coastal road and the high-mast lights are on the verge of collapse due to the sea fury", he said.
Eleven members of three families have shifted to homes of relatives as their houses were under direct attack of sea waves.
The district administration is ready to begin relief camps at any time, tahsildar in-charge M. Rekha said.
The irrigation department has been assigned to intensify the construction of sea wall on a war footing, she added.
KSEB has been directed to set up a permanent lighting facility in the area, said M. Dasan MLA.
The district administration has also made all arrangements to open relief camps at Thamarassery and Vadakara. The control room numbers are: Kozhikode- 0495-2372966, Koyilandy-0496- 2620235, Thamarassery- 0495-2223088, Vadakara- 0496-252236, Collectorate-1077....