Wayanad: Reaching out to the people of his Wayanad Lok Sabha constituency, devastated by landslips triggered by the recent rains, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said he would continue to put pressure on the centre and state government to ensure that those affected were justly compensated.In Kerala for the second time this month, the Wayanad MP also said he will raise inParliament the issue of crop loss in the floods. Gandhi tweeted “Im in my parliamentary constituency, Wayanad for the next few days, visiting flood relief camps and reviewing rehabilitation work in the area. Much has been accomplished, but theres so much more that still needs to be done.” Addressing people at Cherupuzha in Mananthavady, Gandhi said during floods, it did not matter which religion, community or political party one belonged to, everybody worked together to fight the deluge. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM'”In today’s atmosphere you are a huge example to the whole country… The country can learn a lesson from you. Only when the country stands together,it progresses,” he said. Gandhi said he had written and spoken to the Prime Minister and state Chief Minister and told them that Wayanad was in “serious need” of their help. The congress leader also sought the support of Kerala’s ruling left in the development of Wayanad. “We can continue to fight ideologically, but we can also have a vision for the development of Wayanad,” he said. Gandhi, who arrived here Tuesday on a second visit to the consitutency this month, said he will stand with the people of his constituency and make sure that everyone gets compensated for the loss suffered during the second spell of the South West Monsoon rains from August 8.