Heavy Rain and Flood Situation lashed Hyderabad and Andhra Pradesh on Thursday. A holiday was declared for all the educational institutions in Hyderabad on Friday for atleast two days.
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao needed the help of Army and NDRF to get the relief measures in the city.
Normal life of the people has been affected due to the heavy rain in some low-lying areas of Hyderabad.
The Met department said, “Heavy to very rains are likely in isolated places during the next four days in the state.”
Civil Administration Minister KT Rama Rao and some senior authorities went by Allamthota Baavi and Mayur Marg in Begumpet which are immersed because of sudden flooding of Begumpet nala. Rao additionally examined alleviation camps set up by the Government. A GHMC official said there was a precipitation of 20 mm in eight regions in only one hour between 1 pm and 2 pm today. Water went into a few structures in Nizampet and Bachupalli on the edges of the city.
In the neighboring condition of Andhra Pradesh, seven people were killed in particular downpour related occurrences in Guntur area and two were absent on Thursday. Three people were washed away in the Kuppaganji waterway close Chilakaluripet, while another was saved by the villagers. One individual was executed in a lightning strike at Brahmanapalli town close Piduguralla, while another was murdered when an evacuated tree fell on him.
Vice president Minister N China Rajappa, who likewise holds the Home and Disaster Management portfolios and who has been visiting Chilakaluripet to supervise the salvage and-help operations in the surge hit ranges, reported an ex-gratia of Rs 4 lakh each to the kinfolk of the expired.
As there was a figure of more rain in the following couple of days, individuals living in the low-lying zones were being emptied to more secure spots, the vice president pastor said. He has guided the authorities to be on a "high ready" to handle any outcome.