The people of Hyderabad have got some respite from rains this morning. However, heavy inflows continue into the water bodies, including the Musi River. Many residential colonies continue to face flooding and experiencing inundation, especially those close to lakes and waterbodies.
Several areas in Hyderabad are yet to get restoration of electricity supply. The authorities are struggling to clear the main roads from the uprooted trees and other obstructions in the localities where water receded.
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has called for a review meeting with all concerned Ministers and senior officials. In other parts of the state, people got some respite. The district authorities have begun enumerating losses in the rain-affected districts.
Special attention is being given to preventive measures to arrest the spread of communicable diseases. Meanwhile, Minister of State for Home, G Kishan Reddy is visiting various rain-affected areas in Hyderabad. He assured affected families that the government will extend all possible help. (AIR NEWS)