Heavy rains lashed many parts of Andhra Pradesh through which normal life of people get disturbed on Thursday.
Guntur locale was battered by unending precipitation, with Chilakaluripet, Gurazala, Narsaraopet, Piduguralla, Sattenapalli and Tenali towns and their encompassing regions reeling under deluge. Vehicular development amongst Guntur and Hyderabad was hindered because of flooding.
Numerous parts of Palnadu territory got overwhelming precipitation, which additionally brought about flooding of the railroad track at a couple places. The Hyderabad-bound Palnadu Express was ceased at Reddygudem town in Rajupalem mandal. Additionally, the Falaknuma Express was held up at Bellamkonda and the Macherla traveler at Piduguralla.
Basavannavagu and Yerravagu streams have swollen, immersing the towns in their region. A truck was discovered in the twirling waters of waterway Naguleru close Dachepalli and endeavors were on to safeguard its driver and more clean.
Kurnool city, Mahanandi and different towns in the area got overwhelming precipitation amid the most recent 24 hours. Paleruvagu close Koilakuntla town flooded and low-lying regions in a few towns were immersed. Activity on the Nandyal-Ongole Highway was discouraged because of flooding.
Most parts of the East Godavari region got downpour, bringing about an ascent in the water level of the Dowleswaram torrent to10.8 feet and bringing about arrival of almost two lakh cusecs into the ocean.
As the Met Department has gauge more rains, Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has trained Chief Secretary S.P. Tucker and region gatherers to move individuals in the low-lying regions to wellbeing and guarantee vital help measures are taken immediately.