The incessant rains have wreaked havoc on those living in Kerala. For a lot of people, life has come to a standstill. Videos that seem to be omnipresent show how people have lost their homes, families, shops, vehicles and more. 

The damage caused is more than what will ever be reported. 

Yet, amid all the tension, there is a bunch of people who are always there to help the distraught people - the Indian Army. Army personnel have time and again come to the rescue of locals in different parts of the country and now they have picked up their battle in Kerala. 

#Update #KeralaFloods2018. #Engineer Task Force constructs 40 ft Improvised Foot Over Bridge using local resources in Area #Wandoor (Naduvath-Vellambram rd). #IndianArmy #Nation #First . We are at it.​ #OpMadad#KeralaFloodRelief— ADG PI - INDIAN ARMY (@adgpi) August 12, 2018

Indian Army Engineering services built a temporary bridge in Malappuram, which was hit badly by the flood. These men left whatever job they had at hand to construct a 40 ft improvised foot over bridge using local resources in the area. 

1. Whatever it takes, we're there! 

Think twice before you question #IndianArmy next time. #KeralaFloods— Akash Jain (@akash207) August 10, 2018

2. Indian Army Engineering services built a temporary bridge in Malappuram , which was hit badly by the flood. Thank you for your prompt n dedicated service even during bad weather.#KeralaFloods— The Solitary Sailor (@MprSpeaks) August 11, 2018

3. DSC is a team of retired soldiers of #IndianArmy

But here they are, geared up fully to give all to save #Indiansin #KeralaFloods #Spirit of #Soldier never dies. @sherajai@adgpi— Major D P Singh (@MajDPSingh) August 11, 2018

This truly inspiring tale is now gripping everyone on social media and proving that the army never fails to fulfil its duties. In fact, more often than not, they go beyond their call of duty.