"Their visit would be completed in three-four days time, he said, adding that a report was expected from them on September 21 and a decision on getting assistance from these agencies would be taken.
Jayarajan rejected the Congress-led UDF opposition charge that the administration has come to a standstill in the absence of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who is in the US for treatment.
"Relief operations are going on as planned... disbursement of immediate relief of Rs 10,000 to the affected people is almost complete," the minister said.
A total of more than five lakh families have been given Rs 10,000 each till yesterday.
He said the relief now needs to be disbursed to the remaining 96,500 families.
It would be completed in two days time, he said.
Cleaning of houses submerged in the deluge was almost over, the minister said.
About 6.89 lakh dwellings have been cleaned under the leadership of civic bodies, while 4,857 people are still housed in 122 relief camps.
According to officials, 491 people have died in rain-related incidents since May 29.
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