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GHMC Deploys 542 Emergency Teams for Flood Rescue

In response to the mounting water crisis in various places due to heavy rainfall, authorities have taken swift action to address the situation and provide relief to affected communities. The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has mobilized emergency teams to mitigate the effects of flooding and ensure the safety of residents.

Of particular concern is the rising water levels at key water stagnation points, exacerbating the risk of flooding in low-lying areas. Efforts are underway to alleviate the situation by clearing drainage channels and implementing flood prevention measures.

Coordination between multiple departments, including the Fire Department, Water Works, Police, and Electricity Board, is crucial to effectively manage the crisis and minimize disruptions to daily life. Authorities are working tirelessly to restore normalcy and ensure that essential services remain operational.

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In anticipation of further challenges, GHMC has deployed 542 emergency teams across the region to address any emerging issues promptly. These teams are equipped to respond to a wide range of emergencies and provide assistance to affected residents.

As the monsoon season progresses, authorities remain vigilant and continue to monitor the situation closely. The collective efforts of emergency responders and local communities are essential in navigating through this challenging period and ensuring the well-being of all residents.

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