Flood situation in many areas of Hyderabad-Maharashtra, people trapped in waterlogged area
Due to heavy rains in Hyderabad, the capital of Telangana, there is a situation of Flood Like Situation in many parts of the city. The roads are flooded with heavy rains. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has again predicted heavy rains.
According to the Meteorological Department (IMD) rain is expected in most areas of Telangana with thunder and lightning. An alert has been issued for heavy rain in Telangana from 19 to 22 October.
Let me tell you that since last week, there have been flood-like conditions due to heavy rains in Hyderabad. Traffic has also been disrupted at many places due to heavy rains in many areas of the metropolis. At the same time, pictures of the devastation caused by rain and flood in many parts of the city are quite frightening. People are stranded in flood affected areas.
At the same time, disaster relief force personnel, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation employees and police personnel are mobilized to rescue those trapped in the affected areas. Water is visible everywhere on the streets. The streets are like a sea. Life is badly affected due to rain.
Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has increased the concern of the people of Hyderabad by issuing a rain alert. In fact, the Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in the state till 22 October. Heavy rains have again affected traffic on various highways of Hyderabad. Highways connecting Hyderabad to Vijayawada, Bengaluru, Warangal have also been damaged.
Rain alert in Karnataka as well
The flood situation in four districts of Karnataka is also serious. At the same time, due to the rise of Krishna and Bhima rivers, there are also flood situations in four districts of Karnataka. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has again issued a rain alert.
Flood situation in many parts of Maharashtra
Torrential rains and floods have affected life in many areas of Maharashtra as well. Farmers’ crops have also suffered heavy losses due to rain in Maharashtra.
State Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray arrived in Solapur affected area on Monday to take stock of the situation. However, in Solapur, CM Uddhav had to face the anger of the farmers. Explain that due to rain and floods, crops on lakhs of hectares of land have been destroyed.