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31 lifeless in rain-related incidents in Telangana, Andhra, Maharashtra; heavy harm in Karnataka – India News , Firstpost

While 15 folks died in Hyderabad following incessant rainfall, 10 folks have been killed in rain-related incidents throughout Andhra Pradesh within the final 48 hours. In Maharashtra, six folks died in a wall collapse triggered by heavy rains

Search and rescue operation underway after a wall alongside the banks of Chandrabhaga river collapsed following heavy rains, at Pandharpur in Solapur district of Maharashtra. PTI

New Delhi: Twenty-five deaths in rain-related incidents have been reported in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday and heavy downpour wreaked havoc in Karnataka as a deep melancholy within the Bay of Bengal crossed the coast in Kakinada, abandoning a path of destruction within the southern states.

Six extra folks, together with 4 members of a household, have been killed in a wall collapse triggered by heavy rains in Pandharpur city of Maharashtra’s Solapur district through the day.

While 15 folks died in Hyderabad following incessant rainfall, which led to waterlogging on roads and inundation of some low-lying areas within the metropolis, 10 folks have been killed in rain-related incidents throughout Andhra Pradesh within the final 48 hours.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Telangana chief minister Ok Chandrashekar Rao and Andhra Pradesh chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy after the 2 southern states have been hit by heavy rains and guaranteed them of all attainable assist and help from the Centre within the rescue-and-relief work.

The deaths in Hyderabad have been largely brought on by wall and home collapses triggered by the heavy downpour. The Telangana authorities had declared a vacation on Wednesday and Thursday for all non-public establishments, workplaces, non-essential companies inside Outer Ring Road right here in view of the rains.

People have been suggested to remain indoors. Three members of a household, together with a baby, died in a home collapse in Gaganpahad space of Shamshabad. Ten folks died in two wall collapse incidents within the Chandrayangutta police station limits.

A 40-year-old lady and her daughter died after the roof of their home fell on them within the Ibrahimpatnam space of town on Tuesday night time. Several localities within the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation limits acquired very heavy to extraordinarily heavy rainfall resulting in waterlogging on a number of roads and low-lying areas.

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

31 dead in rainrelated incidents in Telangana Andhra Maharashtra heavy damage in Karnataka

Rescue operation being carried out for locals to maneuver them to safer locations following heavy rain at Al Jubail colony in Hyderabad. PTI

Police groups and personnel of Disaster Response Force (DRF) of GHMC and NDRF evacuated a number of households from completely different localities that have been flooded, whilst rescue efforts have been on in lots of different areas.

Several timber and electrical energy poles have been uprooted because of the deluge. Power provide was suspended in most elements of the state capital on Tuesday as a precaution.

In Andhra Pradesh, heavy rains brought about harm to roads and disrupted energy provide at a number of locations. For the second time in lower than 20 days, river Krishna remained swollen on Wednesday because it acquired a heavy flood resulting from rainfall over the past couple of days.

A press release from the Chief Minister’s Office stated 10 folks have died in rain-related incidents within the state within the final two days. The chief minister ordered that ex-gratia be instantly paid to the victims’ households. He requested officers to concentrate on restoration of energy provide and restore broken roads on a war-footing.

A breach occurred to the Sarada river bund close to Yalamanchili in Visakhapatnam district, inundating over 2,000 acres of agricultural fields within the neighborhood. The flood influence was felt in Chodavaram, Payakaraopeta, Yalamanchili and Anakapalli mandals within the district.

The well-known nurseries at Kadiyam close to Rajamahendravaram have been flooded resulting from downpour in East Godavari district. The Vamsadhara river in Srikakulam district acquired heavy flood beneath the influence of heavy rain within the catchment space in neighbouring Odisha.

In Karnataka, all main dams within the Cauvery and the Krishna basins are brimming and their floodgates have been opened. Officials stated Kalaburagi, Yadgir and Bidar have been severely affected as small streams have been in spate with many lakes overflowing and inundating villages.

31 dead in rainrelated incidents in Telangana Andhra Maharashtra heavy damage in Karnataka

A person struggles to remain afloat in gushing floodwater following heavy rains, at Falaknuma, in Hyderabad. PTI

In Chincholi taluk of Kalaburagi district, the stop-gates of Nagarala and Chandrampalli lakes have been opened, flooding close by villages. Normal life was paralysed as a significant lake overflowed in Aland taluk of Kalaburagi district.

In Yargol village of Yadgir district, water gushed out of weir of the lake, leading to harm to crops and water-logging.

Meanwhile, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) stated winter could possibly be colder this season because of the prevailing La Nina circumstances.

“As weak La Nina condition is prevailing, we can expect more cold this year. The El Nino and La Nina conditions play a dominant role if you consider the large scale factor for the occurrence of cold wave conditions,” IMD Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra stated.

He was addressing a webinar on ‘Cold Wave Risk Reduction’ organised by the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). “La Nina conditions are favourable for cold wave conditions, while El Nino conditions are unfavourable for it,” he added.

An IMD climate bulletin stated heavy to very heavy rainfall with extraordinarily heavy falls (>20 cm per day) at remoted locations was very possible over Konkan and Goa and heavy to very heavy falls at remoted locations over coastal Karnataka and Madhya Maharashtra on 15 October.

Fishermen are suggested to not enterprise into the ocean over Gulf of Mannar, Comorin space and Southwest Bay of Bengal, alongside and off Karnataka-Kerala coats and north Andaman Sea throughout 14th-15th October, east-central and adjoining north-east Arabian Sea and alongside and off Maharashtra-south Gujarat coast throughout 14th-18th October, the division stated.

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