Hyderabad (Telangana) [India]: Amidst the flood situation in Telangana as a result of heavy rainfall, Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao will take an aerial study over the Godavari basin in Bhadrachalam on Sunday.
The airborne study will proceed in the Godavari container from Kadem to Bhadrachalam and he will certainly be accompanied by the chief secretary.
Because of constant heavy rain for several days in the state, the water level in river Godavari was increasing rapidly and also thus reached the third warning level at Bhadrachalam on Thursday.
For the effective conduct of the survey, the authorities will certainly check the helicopter route as well as undertake other procedures required to the aerial survey taken on by the centimeters and then finalise the course.
Based on KCR’s orders to prevent epidemics from spreading due to floodings, Wellness Priest Harish Rao is additionally conducting an evaluation meeting with the doctors and also elderly authorities of the dispensaries in Godavari flood-inundated areas as part of public health treatment.
The Wellness Division is also making necessary arrangements, ahead of the CM’s visit amid the all-natural tragedy.
Because the heavy rainfall in the state, the Telangana federal government on Thursday routed to determine and also shift individuals staying in low-lying areas to the special camps.
Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar held a teleconference with the Collectors, Superintendents of Authorities of Bhadradri Kothagudem, Mulugu, Bhupalpally, and also Peddapally areas, and various other elderly authorities and also examined the scenario in the corresponding areas (on Thursday).
Throughout the meeting, Transportation Preacher Puvvada Ajay Kumar claimed that with the water in the Godavari reaching worrying degrees, an added contingent strategy ought to be created so regarding guarantee that all line departments should be extra attentive and also step up relief and also rescue procedures on warfooting.
Because the continuous and heavy rains and also hostile climate condition, the state government had actually made a decision to extend the holidays for all schools as they will certainly currently re-open on July 18.
Besides Telangana, Maharashtra, Gujarat, and Karnataka are also reeling under the flood waters and also the worried divisions are released to rescue the damaged people.