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    Tribal Welfare Minister Satyavati Rathod has ordered authorities to stay alert in the joint districts of Warangal due to heavy rainfall. The Minister held a teleconference with officials from Mahbubabad, Mulugu, and Jayashankar Bhupalapalli districts. It was stressed that all department officials and staff should work together and be prepared for any situation caused by the heavy rains.

    The Minister instructed officers and staff members to be present at their work stations, regularly assess the situation in the field, and take necessary measures to help affected people. She emphasized that no one should take holidays during this time and that duties should be carried out with utmost vigilance.

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    Relief measures should be implemented, and individuals living in low-lying areas should be moved to safer places in flood-affected regions. Officers were told to prioritize restoration work and take immediate action to prevent disruptions to traffic in affected areas.

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