Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao sounded an alert as heavy rains triggered flood situation in some parts of the state and also directed the concerned officials to be on alert.
Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao sounded a ready as substantial downpours set off flood circumstance in certain pieces of the state and furthermore guided the concerned authorities to be on alert. A few tanks and channels were flooding on Saturday because of the substantial downpours lashing the state affected by a low weight region off Bay of Bengal.
Portions of Warangal town was immersed because of perpetual downpour. The neighborhood specialists propelled salvage and alleviation activities. Nearby specialists moved individuals from influenced territories to the alleviation camps.
In the interim, 14 ranchers were safeguarded by a helicopter of the Indian Air Force (IAF) in Jayashankar Bhupalapally locale. The ranchers were stuck in floodwater in Kundanpally town when they were on their fields to siphon out overabundance water.
Following a solicitation by the state government, the Indian Air Force (IAF) sent a helicopter to airdrop the ranchers.
In the interim, the main priest on Saturday inspected the circumstance in the state at an elevated level gathering held at authentic living arrangement Pragati Bhavan.
He addressed Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar, Director General of Police Mahender Reddy and the pastors.
He led area astute audit of the circumstance and made certain proposals. He likewise requested that the authorities set up two control Rooms in Hyderabad.
KCR educated the pastors to wait in their individual locale, arrange with the gatherers and police authorities all the time. The CM said since a few tanks were filled to the edge, they may penetrate, streets might be immersed and low-lying zones might be overflowed.
He said the assembled Karimnagar and Warangal areas have recorded the most noteworthy precipitation and tanks in these locale were completely filled. He said authorities ought to be more ready in these two areas.
On the guidelines from the CM, the authorities have kept two helicopters prepared and they will be used to protect individuals abandoned in the floodwater.
Alongside a helicopter claimed by the express, a chopper from the military was likewise saved prepared for use.
In the mean time, met authorities said locale like Mulugu, Bhadradri-Kothagudem and Jayashankar-Bhupalpally got precipitation of two months in only two days.
Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has gauge substantial to exceptionally overwhelming precipitation with amazingly overwhelming spells in J. Bhupalapally, Mulugu, Warangal, Karimnagar, Peddapalli, Mancherial locale on Saturday and Sunday.
Boss Secretary Somesh Kumar held a video chat with the locale authorities and checked out the courses of action set up for taking care of the circumstance emerging out of unending downpours and floods in the state in the course of recent days.
He requested that the authorities be on high ready as there were signs that the downpours were probably going to proceed for a couple of more days. He requested that all the authorities stay in central command, work in close coordination and guarantee that no loss of lives or property happens in the state.
He forewarned the area authorities to be cautious in regard of tanks over the railroad lines just as to those tanks which are defenseless and prone to be penetrated.
Boss Secretary asked the District Collectors to set up a nonstop control room in their locale to keep up a nearby watch. He educated that a state control room (040-23450624) is additionally set up and operationalised right away.
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