Sri Lanka ask to help Floods Victim

At least 151 people have been killed in floods and mudslides as emergency teams rush to distribute aid to the displaced. It is said the flooding was the worst since torrential rains soaked the island nation in 2003. The authorities estimate that more than 1,800 homes have been damaged and 442,000 people affected. Some towns were under 18 feet of water, and the navy sent boats and armored vehicles to search for survivors.

They moved about 2,000 residents to safer locations over the weekend. Natural calamities are something for which no one can be prepared. It is the rule of nature and the nature has done it on its own, therefore no one in the world, even the advance technologies in the world can't stop it.  Though it is a hard time but this is the time for people to be patient and wait. Wait it to come to an end with peace. Human being can do only that much. These are the natural phenomenon and the people need to be patient and wait for it to stop peacefully.