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    Hyderabad: As the water levels in the Osmansagar and Himayatsaga reservoirs continued to rise, civic authorities kept a close eye on the Musi river. They urged people living near the river to be cautious and follow the instructions of officials to prevent any accidents. They also advised those crossing the river bridges to be aware of the flood situation.

    The water levels at Moosarambagh and Chaderghat causeway, which is a small bridge, were almost at the point of touching the bridge. This prompted authorities to warn people living nearby.

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    Residents in other areas along the Musi river, such as Jiyaguda, Puranapul, Durganagar, and Saroornagar, were also alerted to the rising water levels.

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    Authorities made plans to evacuate people before the flooding. The traffic police were constantly monitoring the flood level, said KPV Raju, ACP (Admn) Hyderabad Traffic Police.

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    In addition, exit 2 and 7 of the Outer Ring Road (ORR) were closed due to water logging. Arvind Kumar, Special Chief Secretary, tweeted about the closures and advised people to avoid those areas.

    Dana Kishore, Managing Director of HMWSSB, visited areas where the board was working on upgrading infrastructure, including near Nilofer Hospital in Lakdikapul and Bazarghat. He instructed officials to prevent sewage from mixing with tap water and to resolve any complaints promptly.

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