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    Minister for Transport Puvvada Ajay Kumar observed an overflow of flood water at Bhadrachalam. He emphasized the need for vigilance until the floods are fully controlled due to the overflowing brooks, bends, ponds, and Godavari river caused by continuous rainfall.

    During the Godavari floods, Minister Puvwada monitored the flood surge from the top of the Godavari bridge and pond embankment at Bhadrachalam. A review meeting was then held with District Collector Priyanka Ala, District SP Vineeth, Special Flood Officer Anudeep, ITDA PO Prateek Jain, ASP Paritosh Pankaj, Library Chairman Dindigala Rajender, and former MLC Balasani Lakshmi Narayana at ITC Guest House.

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    Considering that this situation will continue for the next 48 hours, all officers and staff have been instructed to fulfill their assigned duties and take appropriate measures to ensure the safety of people in the affected areas. The authorities have been asked to inform the public about the dangerous conditions caused by flood water overflowing on roads and low-level bridges, and to take necessary action accordingly.

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    The district SP Vineeth has been directed to assign police personnel permanently at the Palvancha-Bhadrachalam Nagaram Kinnerasani Bridge to control traffic, except for medical emergencies. People have been urged to cooperate with the government and only go out in case of emergencies, following the instructions of the authorities for the next 48 hours.

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    Those living in flooded low-lying areas and already moved to safer places are requested to be provided with good accommodation and necessary facilities in rehabilitation centers. Additional centers should be prepared as a precautionary measure, and people in flood-prone areas should be ready to relocate to these centers. Medical camps should be set up in rehabilitation centers to provide healthcare services, along with continuous sanitation programs.

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    The district police must be readily available to assist and support those in distress. The services of NDRF teams should be utilized for emergency services, and rescue teams managed by local industries should be made available. The authorities are also urged to coordinate and take preemptive measures to prevent any loss of life or property.

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