Hyderabad: The Telangana state has been hit by heavy rains. Heavy to very heavy rains have been hitting the state for the last 24 hours. The heavy rains have hit various parts of the Telangana state capital-Hyderabad- and inundated several areas of the city.
This has caused a huge amount of problems for the residents of the city. Those who came out of their houses to go to their offices have been completely drenched and faced a lot of problems in knee-deep stagnated water on different roads of the city. The vehicle users have also used a lot of problems due to potholes filled roads.
Meanwhile, the authorities of the weather department have said that the state would witness rains at different places during the next 24 hours.
As per the directions given by Telangana state Chief Minister, K. Chandrashekhar Rao, the Chief Secretary, Somesh Kumar, has alerted all the District Collectors in view of heavy rains in the state.
An official release here said, In light of forecast of heavy rains, the entire district administration should be on high alert. All officers to maintain headquarters and take measures to ensure no loss of life and properties. No leaves and permissions for public holidays. Special vigil should b maintained in low lying and vulnerable areas.
Regular updates on rains should be given to the control room. The Chief Secretary directed the Collectors to report that any untoward incidence at once.