A giant 'THANKS' to defence personnel at Kerala rooftop is winning the internet

A big 'THANKS' was painted in huge fonts on the rooftop of a house near Kochi to convey the gratitude of the people of Kerala towards defence personnel who were leading the rescue mission in Kerala, after raging floods left the state marooned.

Kerala floods: A giant 'THANKS' to defence personnel at Kerala rooftop is winning the internet
Thanks is written on the roof of a building to convey Kerala peoples gratitude to Indian Navy and Air Force for their rescue and relief operations towards the flood-affected people, at North Paravoor in Kochi on Monday. Photo: Twitter
By: ABP News Bureau
Updated: 20 Aug 2018 10:09 PM
KOCHI: A big 'THANKS' was painted in huge fonts on the rooftop of a house near Kochi to convey the gratitude of the people of Kerala towards defence personnel who were leading the rescue mission in Kerala, after raging floods left the state marooned.

This note on the mossy roof of a two-storeyed building at Paravoor can be read by personnel from helicopters engaged in rescue operations.


This was the very same house from which two nervous women were dramatically winched up to safety by a brave Navy commando when torrential rains lashed Kerala three days ago.

Commodore Vijay Varma, who piloted the Naval ALH, had rescued the two women when they got stuck in the marooned house on August 17.

The Indian Navy has posted a number of photos of this gesture of gratitude in their twitter handle along with the note: "#OpMadad #KeralaFloodRelief #KeralaFloods2018 A Thank You note painted on the roof of a house where the Naval ALH piloted by Cdr Vijay Varma rescued two women. Bravo."

Taking huge risks, the personnel had even landed the choppers on rooftops to rescue people.

Here's how Twitter reacted to this giant 'THANKS'.





















(With PTI inputs)

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