In a shocking catastrophe, heavy downpour beat the neighbouring conditions of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday(October 13) and Wednesday(October 14), immersing low-lying zones, setting off rooftop and divider breakdowns, inciting the clearing of about 80,000 individuals to alleviation camps and leading to a loss of 50 lives, authorities said. Although being looked this has been looked upon as a natural disaster, lake encroachment is also being pointed out as one of the causing factors.
Seventeen individuals in Hyderabad, the Telangana capital, and its rural areas, lost their lives as an outcome of a lake in the city to flood onto the streets, and three passed on in a house breakdown in Nagarkurnool region. While in Andhra Pradesh, the substantial downpour has claimed 10 lives already. More than nine individuals, including three youngsters, were killed and four harmed in two separate dividers implodes in Bandlaguda, in the old city of Hyderabad late on Tuesday.
Overall damage estimate in Hyderabad says that 20,540 houses in 144 settlements at 72 spots immersed and 35,000 families were affected. The impact was more in LB Nagar, Charminar, Secunderabad and Khairatabad. A sum of 72 restoration communities was opened where transitory safe house was given to individuals alongside food.
“Four persons sustained serious injuries and are undergoing treatment at Owaisi Hospital,” the ACP said.
It’s noteworthy how Hyderabad Civil Partnership’s calamity, the executive’s wing workforce, with the help of the neighbourhood police and inhabitants, pulled out the bodies from the trash. Groups of the Public Fiasco Reaction Power (NDRF) were likewise used to help GHMC workforce to eliminate the flotsam and jetsam and check for survivors.
Some of the incidental mishaps would be the following. In Gagan Pahad territory of the Hyderabad-Bengaluru public thruway, three individuals from a family lost their lives in a house breakdown. At Ibrahimpatnam on the edges of the city, a lady and her 15-year-old little girl collapsed after the top of their home imploded on them. To worsen the situation, there has been a long power cut after the floods hit the states strongly.
As an immediate aid request, the Telangana government has urged the Centre to release ₹1,350 crore assistance for taking up relief and rehabilitation works in the areas affected by the incessant rain in the last couple of days and the chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao has written to PM Narendra Modi regarding the same. The proposed allocation will be of ₹600 crores for helping out the farmers and ₹750 crores are planned to be utilised in relief and rehabilitation works in the GHMC area. The initial loss estimate figures up to ₹5,000 crores.