Hyderabad: Heavy rainstorm batters city, Batasingaram market struck tough
Hyderabad: Heavy rainstorm on Friday produced chaos in the city triggering extensive waterlogging in numerous components of the city. This motivated the Hyderabad Traffic Police division to provide signals as numerous roadways were swamped and also lorries were embeded traffic congestion. The wholesale fruit suppliers of Batasingaram market in Abdullapurmet endured substantial losses as tonnes of fruits removed in rain.
Fruits worth lakh of rupees were erased because of rainfalls in the Batasingaram market stated the suppliers including that the fruit market became a river as rain obtained gathered. Due to hefty rainfalls, tonnes of wonderful lime, apples, pomegranates and also various other fruits swamped in the hefty rain moving from themarket
“All the vendors tried saving their stock but were only able to shift some to safer areas and sold them standing in the rains. The administration is not making any efforts to help us and only a shed has been put up but no proper arrangements are taken up to save the market and vendors from heavy rains,” stated a supplier.
The Friday rainfalls likewise swamped numerous low-lying and also houses and also roadways became lakes. Areas consisting of Nizampet, Moosapet city terminal, Alwal, Malkajgiri, Ameerpet, Hayathnagar, Jeedimetla, Quthbulapur, Kukatpally, Moula Ali, Chanda Nagar, Madhapur, Begumpet, Amberpet, Charminar, Shah Ali Banda, Falaknuma and also Jubilee Hills observed hefty water-logging that interfered with the website traffic and also triggered jams for numerous hrs after which the city website traffic police division needed to draw away the website traffic as roadways were immersed in rain.
While numerous lorries consisting of four-wheelers, vehicles and also two-wheelers were likewise swamped in Nizampet, Bolaram and alsoAmeerpet In Nizampet, the JCB needed to press a swamped vehicle from behind to remove the jam and also conserve individuals stuck inside the vehicle. While in Vivekananda Nagar nest, pedestrians were seen in water approximately their knees and also were attempting to go out from the swamped road. Due to hefty rainfalls, the water inflows in the Hussain Sagar lake likewise enhanced and also the lake was overruning versus its Full Tank Level (FTL) of 513.50 meters. In the Serilingampally location, rain swamped the Tulja Bhavani holy place in Taranagar and also supporters needed to hurry out of the holy place as the sewer water likewise overruned in the holy place.
An enthusiast from the holy place that promptly hurried out as the rain began going into the holy place, Srihari Goud stated, “The Taranagar area is a low-lying area and has always been facing flooding in every monsoon affecting the lives of people residing here.”
He required the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) to set up an appropriate drain system to stay clear of overruning and also swamping.
Other low-lying locations in Jeedimetla likewise saw hefty water-logging. Several family members transferred to more secure locations to conserve their lives however their home products and also lorries were removed leading to substantial losses to the citizens.