Hyderabad: On Tuesday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced Rs 15 crore financial help to flood-hit Telangana.
As indicated by the Telangana Chief Minister’s Office, Kejriwal reported the support for relief and restoration work in the zones impacted by the weighty downpour and flash floods.
Kejriwal said Delhi state would remain by Telangana during this flood situation.
Telangana Chief Minister K.Chandrashekhar Rao expressed gratitude towards Arvind Kejriwal on the behalf of the individuals of his state for declaring the financial help. Rao spoke to Kejriwal via phone.
KCR additionally had a talk with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K. Palaniswami via telephone and expressed gratitude towards him for stretching out monetary assistance to Telangana.
Palaniswami conveyed in a letter to KCR on Monday that he has directed a prompt contribution of Rs 10 crore from the Chief Minister’s Public Relief Fund as a token of the help and solidarity of the government and individuals of Tamil Nadu with the individuals of Telangana.
He said the Tamil Nadu government will likewise be sending blankets and mats to the impacted families.
The Telangana CM has likewise encouraged industrialists, dealers, business foundations and others to stretch out their assistance to the individuals who have endured because of substantial downpour and floods. He requested that they give generously to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
Substantial downpour and floods in Telangana since October 13 have taken 70 lives which included 33 for Greater Hyderabad and caused loss of over Rs 5,000 crore.
After two spells of monstrous rainfall in Hyderabad in the previous week that took the lives of 70 people in Telangana, breached at least three significant lakes, causing hefty flooding and destruction in numerous sections of the city, the administration is currently preparing for more downpour. The climate office has cautioned of a weighty downpour for the following three to days as well.
A few sections on the Old City region keep on being overflowed, with the police, the disaster response force, municipality, and extended thin and working nonstop.
In the previous week, the Telangana capital saw one of the most awful downpours for a single day in October in longer than a century prior, with around 20 cm to 32 cm of downpour being recorded in the city and its encompassing regions.
Examinations to be held today by Osmania University for undergrad and postgraduate courses have been delayed.