Telangana Rains: Heavy downpour lash Hyderabad, different districts; mom, daughter killed in roof collapse

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Catastrophe administration officers perform rescue works following heavy rainfall in Hyderabad

A 40-year-old lady and her daughter died after the roof of their home collapsed in Ibrahimpatnam space of Hyderabad on Tuesday as heavy rains lashed a number of elements of Telangana, resulting in waterlogging on roads and inundation of some low-lying areas. The girl and her 15-year-old daughter died on the spot, whereas her son escaped with minor accidents when the roof of their outdated home collapsed round eight.00 pm, police stated.

In response to official knowledge on rainfall (from eight.30 am to 2100 hours on Tuesday), Singapur Township in Medchal Malkajgiri district obtained 292.5 mm of rainfall, adopted by 250.eight mm of rainfall at Verkat Palle in Yadadri-Bhongir district.

Many localities within the Higher Hyderabad Municipal Company (GHMC) limits obtained very heavy to extraordinarily heavy rainfall, official sources stated.

The provisional common rainfall in GHMC was 98.9 mm, they stated.

Heavy rainfall led to waterlogging on a number of roads within the metropolis and the visitors moved at a snail’s tempo since night.

Rivulets and different water our bodies have been in spate in Bhadradri-Kothagudem district within the state, following heavy rains and administration has suggested folks to not journey on or cross such rivulets and inundated roads.

Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar instructed district collectors and police officers that Chief Minister Ok Chandrasekhar Rao enquired concerning the heavy rains scenario within the state.

The chief minister directed that the administration in districts ought to be on excessive alert, an official launch issued late on Tuesday night time quoted the chief secretary as saying.

The chief secretary urged the district collectors to stay alert and strictly observe the flood protocol communicated earlier.

Union Minister of State for Residence G Kishan Reddy stated he has spoken to an Nationwide Catastrophe Response Drive (NDRF) official and saved a group prepared for flood help.

Two extra groups have been scheduled to succeed in Hyderabad by Tuesday night time to help in reduction measures in Hyderabad and elsewhere in Telangana, Reddy stated in a launch late on Tuesday night time.

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