The death toll has risen to 324 people from the floods and landslides, Reuters reported, citing the chief minister of the southwestern state. IMD has predicted no possibility of heavy rains in the state.
Due to heavy currents in the flooded river, Chalakudy and Chengannur are now in serious need of help.
The maximum death toll has been reported from Idukki district, where 43 people have lost their lives so far, as per official estimates. Navy and NGOs rushed to Chengannur with ten boats to help with the rescue mission.
The southern state is struggling to cope with floods caused by the unusually heavy monsoon rains.
The NCMC, headed by cabinet secretary PK Sinha, met for the fourth consecutive day, reviewed the rescue and relief operations among the armed forces, NDRF, Ministry of Home Affairs and other central ministries and the Kerala government.
On Friday, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh announced Rs 10 crore worth of immediate relief. In a series of tweets, he said: "I salute the people of Kerala for their fighting spirit".
Massive rescue operations were on in worst affected places including Chenganur, Chalakudy, Aluva, Alappuzha and Pathanam titta and thousands were rescued.
Thousands of army, navy and air force personnel have fanned out across Kerala.
He said weather conditions had improved considerably and expected the almost 10,000 people still stranded to be rescued by Monday.An estimated 800,000 people have taken shelter in some 4,000 relief camps across Kerala, Kurian said.Weather officials have predicted more rains across the state through Monday morning.The downpours that started August 8 have triggered floods and landslides and caused homes and bridges to collapse across Kerala, a picturesque state known for its quiet tropical backwaters and handsome beaches.Officials estimate that more than 6,200 miles of roads have been damaged. Some 350,000 people have been left homeless and taken shelter in relief camps. Khalsa Aid is widely known for their selfless service to people in distress. We need concerted efforts to rebuild the state, and I commend the efforts of everyone for their unconditional support, dedication and tireless work.
Kerala has a sizeable and ancient Christian community.
Food Processing Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal today appealed to all food processing industries to come to the aid of the flood-ravaged people of Kerala by generously donating processed food products.
As rainfall intensity will reduce, there may be slight relief from flood conditions.
In a press release on Sunday, India's Meteorological Department said that while more rain is in the forecast, it is expected to decrease gradually throughout the week.
"More helicopters, boats and other equipment are being sought and Modi promised to provide all of these as fast as possible", Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan told journalists. This is on top of the Rs.100 crore he had formerly allotted earlier. "The lives, livelihood and future of millions of our people is at stake".
The Madhya Pradesh government has announced Rs 10 crore financial assistance for flood-hit Kerala.