Hyderabad: Three persons were killed as heavy rains continue to lash Hyderabad, inundating low-lying areas and throwing normal life out of gear.
All schools and colleges in Hyderabad will remain closed on Tuesday due to continuous heavy rainfall.
Three people, including an eight-month-old child, have died due to the heavy downpour. While a child and his father died in a wall collapse, another man was electrocuted to death.
Hyderabad Police working 24X7 to provide relief to the citizens.
- Police officers arranged meals at Mangarbasthi for rain-affected people.
- Weather report and forecast for Hyderabad: Generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers. Maximum temperature 30°C and Minimum temperature 22°C
- All Commuters are requested to avoid Jubilee Hills check post - Banjara Hills - Punjagutta route as there is heavy water logging at Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park.
- Santoshnagar Police Station Patrol Car 1 staff clear the fallen tree at Crida road with help of GHMC employees.
- Traffic slow at Sagar Society to Jubilee Hills Check Post Junction.
- Traffic movement slow at Srinagar T Junction towards Sagar society, NTR Bhavan.
- Rasoolpura Junction is clear. All uprooted trees were cleared and the Secunderabad-Begumpet-Hitech city corridor is free now.
- Uprooted trees along KIMS hospital road ( Ministers road ) are also being cleared. Avoid ministers road upto 9.30 am by which time HTP will clear them.
1. Hassan Nagar under Bahadurpura Police Station
2. Shaikpet Nala under Tolichowki Police Station
3. Taj island under Nampally Police Station
4. Opp to Begumbazar Police Station
5. Bikanerwala sweets under Narayanaguda Police Station
6. Street no 19 near Vijaya diagnostic centre Narayanaguda Police Station
Tree's uprooted at
1. Osmania University Campus Engineering college, Nallakunta Police Station.
2. Three trees uprooted at Minister Road
3. Opposite to Begumpet Police Station near Rasoolpura Junction at Begumpet.
Drains are overflowing at many places, inundating major roads in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, in the Information Technology hub of Cyberabad and on the outskirts. Several colonies have plunged into darkness as the wires snapped, disrupting the supply.
Habeebnagar Police on Monday visited Monger Basti area and distributed food to the people who are affected by heavy rainfall.
The PS Bhavani Nagar BCs PV are helping to local localities people in water logging due to heavy rainfall clearing flowing rain water.
Hyderabad Police have issued helpline numbers for the citizens. Dial 100 GHMC 040-21111111.
Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad, has assured all help to the public.
The press release issued by the police says: In view of heavy rains, the entire force of Hyderabad City Police including force from L&O Police Stations, Traffic Police Stations, Task Force, Armed Reserve, Home Gaurds, Special Branch, CCS, Armed Reserve, Security Wing have been alerted to be in readiness
They have been instructed to take active part in flood-related emergencies.
They have been directed to monitor the situation throughout the night and attend all emergencies in coordination with other Government Departments.
— ANI (@ANI) October 3, 2017