Cyderabad CP Raveendra advises people not to endeavor needlessly
Hyderabad: Cyberabad Police Commissioner Stephen Raveendra advised the people not to venture out needlessly because the heavy rains and also ensured that the police was prepared to manage any type of dilemma.
“All precautionary measures are being taken and the situation is being monitored closely. Police personnel are deployed round-the-clock in the surrounding areas of the lakes and constantly monitoring the inflows and outflows. The situation is under control,” he stated, including that based upon previous occurrences, procedures have actually been taken as necessary.
The Cyberabad police is in touch with HMWS&SB, NDRF, GHMC DRF, IMD, Irrigation division, Roads && Buildings, Hyderabad and alsoRachakonda police commissionerates, State calamity monitoring cell and also the Collector Ranga Reddy area to make certain that the rescue and also reaction is quick.
On Wednesday the Commissioner checked out the Himayatsagar and also Osmansagar Lake and also the solution roadways to analyze the circumstance. He was gone along with by Shamshabad DCP Jagadeeshwar Reddy, Rajendranagar ACP Gangadhar, Madhapur ACP Raghunandan Rao, Shamshabad Traffic ACP Srinivas Naidu and also others.
The Commissioner asked for people to get in touch with Dial -100 center, or message on Cyberabad WhatsApp– 9490617444.
Earlier, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) saved 5 participants of a family members that were embeded the flooding waters of the Musi River at Gandipet.
The household, consisting of 3 females and also a kid, were embeded a farmhouse on the river bed. The regional profits authorities obtained a SOS from family members of the sufferers complying with which the regional metropolitan authorities, HMWS&SB authorities and also groups of the GHMC hurried to the area.
After five-hour lengthy procedures, the NDRF group lastly handled to get to the area and also saved the household from the flooding waters.
Yogi Kumar Verma of the NDRF group speaking with the media stated the 5 individuals were saved with the assistance of a blow up river watercraft.
“We have evacuated all the five, including a child. They are all safe,” he stated.
Earlier in the day, With the flooding danger in Hyderabad as a result of massive amount of water from Osman Sagar and also Himayat Sagar being drained pipes right into the Musi River, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has actually left around 1,500 individuals whose homes lay near the Musi River container and also from in regions that are susceptible to inundation.
Around 1,500 individuals moved to close-by sanctuary residences and also the GHMC has actually prepared food and also various other plans for their keep.
Mayor G Vijaya Laxmi on Wednesday requiring to Twitter notified that individuals were moved by the GHMC in sychronisation with the and also Revenue Departments.
“Evacuated 1500 residents residing near the musi downstream flowing areas & shifted them to shelter homes due to increased flow of flood water. All necessary arrangements have made at the shelter homes for the citizens in coordination with @CPHydCity, revenue department. @KTRTRS,” the Mayor tweeted.
Earlier in the day, with the perpetual rainfalls lashing the twin city, both tanks getting hefty inflows, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and also Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) raised another entrance of Osman Sagar and also 2 even more gateways of Himayat Sagar on Wednesday.
At existing, 13 gateways of Osman Sagar are open approximately 6 feet and also 8 gateways of Himayat Sagar are open approximately 4 feet.
At existing, the water degree at the Osman Sagar was videotaped at 1,789.10 feet versus the FTL of 1,790 feet. The storage tank ability is 3.90 TMC and also the water degree goes to 3.69 TMC and also the water body is getting 8,000 cusecs of inflow.
Meanwhile, Himayat Sagar is getting 9,000 cusecs of inflow. The water degrees at this storage tank were videotaped at 1,762.55 feet versus the FTL of 1,763.50 feet. The storage tank ability is 2.97 TMC and also on Wednesday the water degree was 2.68 TMC.