Hyderabad: The Telangana capital is troubling from the heavy rainfall and it is looking like a flooding situation in several areas across the state. Due to the non-stop rains since two days in several areas of Hyderabad. People from some areas of Hyderabad experienced heavy rainfall and flooding of water throughout yesterday. Roads have been completely disappeared and filled nearly a depth of knee-length. The government and police have alerted people of many areas and taking the remedial measures. A flood-like situation prevailed at Kukatpally, Alwal, Qutbullapur and Mallajgiri, with thunderstorms leading to continuous rainfall throughout the night. Many Schools in Hyderabad have declared a holiday today due to rainfall. As the water has logged everywhere and the roads have also damaged severely.
Hyderabad experienced heavy rainfall in several areas, Roads Disappear
As Hyderabad city experienced a heavy rainfall in several parts on early Wednesday morning as well as flooding at some places. Qutbullapur experienced 15.6 cm of rainfall, and along with Alwal and the northern part of Kukatpally, was put on high alert. In Kukatpally, the rain reduced in intensity after 3 hours, though the high alert stayed in place.
The Nalla at Allwyn colony overflowed as a result of heavy rainfall, and Chikkadpally and Nallakunta Nallas also experienced an increase in water level on Wednesday. A wall collapsed at Ramki villa due to the rains. Toli Chowki and Shaikpet areas also experienced heavy rainfall. K T Rama Rao, held a meeting with officials of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) to take up necessary measures to improve the situation.
As there is heavy rainfall in Ramachandrapuram experienced 30.5 mm of rainfall, Madhapur 24.75 mm and Balanagar 19.25 mm. Additionally, water had stagnated at Surraram, Chintal, Venkateshwara Nagar, Sudarshan Nagar, Bhagatsingh Nagar and Maruti Nagar. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao held a review meeting with officials to take stock of the situation and take remedial measures.
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