Hyderabad: Overflowing storage tanks set off flooding hazard in low-lying locations
Hyderabad: Threat of flooding offering sleep deprived evenings to the locals of low-lying locations that are quite at risk to obtain immersed as the historical doubles storage tanks of Hyderabad – Osman Sagar, as well as Himayat Sagar as well as Hussain Sagar Lake have actually begun overruning as well as hundreds of cusecs of water are being launched right into the Musi river.
Due to relentless rainfalls, these 3 significant containers of the city have actually been filled to its ability on Saturday as well as obtaining excellent inflows.
Due to hefty rainfalls in the catchment locations of Osman Sagar as well as Himayat Sagar in the previous couple of days, the lakes have actually begun overruning, stated an authorities from the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply as well as Sewerage Board (HMWSSB).
According to the Water Board, with excellent inflows 6 entrances of Osman Sagar raised by HMWSSB as much as 3 feet as well as 1,788 cusecs of being launched right intoMusi River While one entrance of Himayat Sagar is likewise raised.
The close-by low-lying locations have actually been placed on high sharp as well as were likewise asked to transfer to much safer areas. Meanwhile, ‘Monsoon Emergency’ groups of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) in addition to groups of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have actually been asked to keep an eye on the scenario in catchment locations of riverMusi
Due to the relentless rainfalls the Hussain Sagar Lake has actually begun overruning onSaturday The hefty rainfalls have actually boosted the water inflows crossing its complete container degree (FTL) 513.41 meters as well as water is overruning at optimal water degree of 513.70 meters.
Moreover, a number of containers in the Hyderabad restrictions such as Moosapet, Badlaguda as well as Balapur are likewise on the brink of violation. GHMC as well as Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply as well as Sewerage Board (HMWSSB) have actually released unique technological groups to keep an eye on the water degrees as well as to take care of the security of the containers as well as lakes throughout the hefty rainfalls.
There are around 400 households residing in low-lying locations near to Musi in Malakpet such as Kamal Nagar, Shanker Nagar, Moosa Nagar, as well asRasoolpura “Due to the recent non-stop rains, and water reaching full tank level, the authorities have released the water from the reservoir which passes through the city Musi river. To avoid last year’s circumstances, preparations have been made in safer areas to relocate the families if it rains heavily or sees water inundation,” stated Mohammed Saifuddin Shafi, an AIMIM event leader.
“They were asked to keep their commodities at the safer place at 1st floor and to carry essentials with them if relocating and the flow of water in the river is increasing day by day depending upon the situation people will be moved if water enters into the low-lying areas,” stated a GHMC authorities.