Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu bear the brunt of floods | Stay updates

Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu bear the brunt of floods | Live updates

2021-11-22 14:19:00

The swelling Chitravathi, Papagni and Penna rivers proceed to pose a menace at varied locations within the Rayalaseema area of Andhra Pradesh. The State Ministers and MLAs of flood-affected Chittoor, Kadapa and Nellore districts are staying within the area to watch rehabilitation and aid operations.

The Karnataka Authorities has estimated the in depth harm in South-Inside Karnataka area as a result of premature rains in November through which 24 individuals have died and crops on 5 lakh hectares have been destroyed.

In the meantime a central group is visiting components of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry as we speak to evaluate the rain harm. The seven-member group plans to go to 12 affected districts in Tamil Nadu and the Union Territory this week.

Listed here are the newest updates:

Andhra Pradesh

Miraculous escape for 30 passengers in Hindupur

Thirty girls passengers in a non-public bus had a miraculous escape from getting washed away within the heavy water move at Kotturu tank in Hindupur when the car was crossing a causeway on Monday morning. 

The water move steered the car off the cement street and one entrance wheel was dangling within the air giving some anxious moments to passengers and onlookers on either side of the causeway. With the assistance of locals, all the ladies on the bus had been delivered to security.

All of the inmates of the bus had been girls working in a garment manufacturing unit at Tumukunta on Hindupur outskirts.

Miraculous escape for 30 women passengers in Hindupur

Miraculous escape for 30 girls passengers in Hindupur
 

 

Chennai

Central group visited at flooded space in Varadhrajapuram in Mudichur at Tambaram on Monday

Central team visited at flooded area in Varadhrajapuram in Mudichur at Tambaram on Monday

Central group visited at flooded space in Varadhrajapuram in Mudichur at Tambaram on Monday
 
| Picture Credit score: Velankanni. B. Raj

 

Karnataka

Election Fee permits ministers to journey and assessment rain harm within the State

Because the State is grappling with premature rain that has precipitated in depth harm to public infrastructure, crops and lives, the Election Fee of India has allowed the respective division Ministers to journey and assessment the rain harm in districts.

Amid criticism from the Opposition over Ministers participating in election associated work however not rain associated aid work, the Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Sunday had stated that the Authorities had sought permission from the Election Fee to permit ministers to carry assessment conferences with officers.

Bengaluru

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai to go to flood hit areas

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai is ready to go to a number of the flood-hit areas near Bengaluru as we speak. He has visited villages in Hoskote on Monday morning and can go to Kolar later within the day.

The Chief Minister has promised to do metropolis rounds quickly to examine rain harm. Within the emergency assembly held on Sunday night time, orders had been issued for Rs. 25 lakh for every zone or BBMP. A zone-wise survey has additionally been ordered.

Children fishing from Water gushing out from Singapura Lake flooding the residential layout surrounding the lake, off Hessarghatta road, in Bengaluru on November 22, 2021

Kids fishing from Water gushing out from Singapura Lake flooding the residential structure surrounding the lake, off Hessarghatta street, in Bengaluru on November 22, 2021
 
| Picture Credit score: Murali Kumar. Ok

 

Bengaluru

Police, hearth and emergency service personnel deployed

Many residents are nonetheless trapped, and rescue efforts are on, stated emergency personnel.

120 rescue personnel have been deployed in and round Yelahanka for rescue operations. 4 rubber boats and two tractors have been deployed for service.

Personnel distributed necessities like milk, candles and water to residents. In accordance with the police, even well being staff from the BBMP have been deployed to assist in rescue operations.

Police fire and emergency service personnel and locals joined hands to help flooded families in Bengaluru

Police hearth and emergency service personnel and locals joined palms to assist flooded households in Bengaluru
 
| Picture Credit score: Sudhakara Jain

 

Bengaluru

Water gushing out from Singapura Lake flooding the residential structure surrounding the lake

Water gushing out from Singapura Lake flooding the residential layout surrounding the lake, off Hessarghatta road, in Bengaluru on November 22, 2021

Water gushing out from Singapura Lake flooding the residential structure surrounding the lake, off Hessarghatta street, in Bengaluru on November 22, 2021
 
| Picture Credit score: Murali Kumar. Ok

 

Bengaluru

Manyata Tech Park flooded; Yelahanka faces the brunt of rain fury

Bengaluru

Yelahanka battered by heavy rains

A number of areas in Bengaluru’s north and north-west components had been battered by heavy rains on Sunday night. Aside from flooding basements of a number of residences, rain water inundated a number of houses in lots of localities in Yelahanka zone and components of Mahadevapura zone.

In accordance with preliminary stories, the Singapura lake, Amanikere lake, and Allalasandra lake have overflowed and remodeled roads within the neighborhood into rivulets. A number of residences had been marooned, with residents unable to get out of their houses.

Water from the Amanikere lake flooded Kendriya Vihar in Yelahanka. Residents claimed almost four-feet water was stagnating within the basements of all eight blocks of the condominium complicated. Residents had been rescued in rafts by the personnel from the Hearth and Emergency Providers, on Monday morning. The facility provide to the complicated has now been lower off.

Karnataka

24 rain-related deaths in Karnataka

The State Authorities has estimated the in depth harm in South-Inside Karnataka area as a result of premature rains in November through which 24 individuals have died and crops on 5 lakh hectares have been destroyed.

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, who held an emergency assembly on Sunday night time, has ordered a joint survey to evaluate the precise extent of injury.

 

Bengaluru

Residents take out rally demanding fundamental facilities

Bored with their appeals for fundamental facilities falling on deaf ears, residents of Inexperienced Villae and Junnasandra, which come underneath Mahadevapura Meeting constituency, took out a protest rally on Sunday.

Scores of residents, younger and previous, walked on slushy roads, carrying placards and elevating slogans demanding higher facilities.

 

Andhra Pradesh

AP-Transco begins to evaluate flood harm

Restoration of the inundated 132 kV sub-stations tops the listing of priorities the AP-Transco has for bringing normalcy within the flood-hit southern districts of the State.

With Vitality Minister Balineni Srinivasa Reddy and AP-Transco Chairman and Managing Director N. Srikant consistently reviewing the scenario, a group rushed to the districts to evaluate the harm in addition to to light up the flood-ravaged areas.

AP-Transco Director Ok. Praveen Kumar, who inspected one such 132 kV sub-station in Tirupati on Sunday, instantly sat for a assessment assembly with Kadapa zone Chief Engineer S. Sriramulu, APSPDCL Superintending Engineers Ok. Chalapathi (Chittoor area) and Ok. Srinivas (Nellore circle), AP-Transco Superintending Engineer (Tirupati circle) N. Pratap Kumar, and Superintending Engineer (civil) V. Narasimha Kumar.

 

Andhra Pradesh

Railway hyperlink between A.P. and Tamil Nadu snaps

Rail hyperlink between Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu snapped because the Indian Railways cancelled trains in lots of sections as a result of breaches and harm to tracks attributable to heavy rains and floods.

Consequently, passengers had been stranded in lots of stations, together with Vijayawada, Nellore, Eluru, Gudur, Tirupati, and different locations within the Vijayawada and Guntakal divisions on Sunday.

 

Vijayawada

A number of trains had been cancelled as a result of rain and floods, in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh

Vijayawada Railway station wears a deserted look as several trains were cancelled due to rain and floods, on Monday

Vijayawada Railway station wears a abandoned look as a number of trains had been cancelled as a result of rain and floods, on Monday
 
| Picture Credit score: V. Raju

 

Chennai

Automobiles wading by way of the stagnated rain water at Demellows Street, and North Usman Street

Vehicles wadding through the stagnated rain water at Demellows Road during the heavy rain on Monday.

Automobiles wadding by way of the stagnated rain water at Demellows Street through the heavy rain on Monday.
 
| Picture Credit score: R. Ragu

Vehicles wading through stagnated rain water at North Usman Road, T.Nagar in Chennai on Monday

Automobiles wading by way of stagnated rain water at North Usman Street, T.Nagar in Chennai on Monday
 
| Picture Credit score: Jothi Ramalingam. B

 

Chennai

Higher Chennai Company Commissioner with Central group visited rain affected areas

Greater Chennai Corporation Commissioner Gagandeep Singh Bedi with Central team visited rain affected areas at Pullianthope High Road On Monday

Higher Chennai Company Commissioner Gagandeep Singh Bedi with Central group visited rain affected areas at Pullianthope Excessive Street On Monday
 
| Picture Credit score: Ragu. R

 

Chennai

Rains at Thirumangalam, Anna Nagar

rRains at Thirumangalam, Anna Nagar

rRains at Thirumangalam, Anna Nagar
 
| Picture Credit score: Pichumani. Ok

Chennai

Sharp showers lash a number of components of Chennai

Rains lashed a number of components of Chennai metropolis from early hours of Monday, November 22, 2022 and led to waterlogging in areas that had been returning to normalcy after an intense rainspell throughout early November.

In its nowcast bulletin at 9 a.m., the Meteorological division has forecast gentle to average rains over Chennai, Chengalpattu and Tiruvallur for the subsequent one or two hours.

 

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