Rains influence SCCL coal manufacturing
Khammam: Heavy rainfalls, which lashed Kothagudem area, led to loss of 2 lives as well as influenced open actors coal mining in Singareni coal mines location. Nearly 40,000 tonnes of coal manufacturing was influenced at JK5 in Yellandhu, Koyalagudem in Tekulapalli, GK OC Kothagudem as well as Manuguru as well as JVR Kistaram OC at Sathupalli of Khammam area.
The mines were loaded with rain as well as tracks transformed unsafe. SCCL authorities made full-scale initiatives to drain pipes out water with strong pumps. But constant rains influenced the procedures.
Incessant rains triggered 2 fatalities in Kothagudem area. According to authorities, 2 ladies were gotten rid of in a stream onFriday The bodies were located near the stream on Saturday early morning. They were determined as 55 year old female Durgamma as well as thirty-year- old VShanker
However, the bright side was hefty inflows right into various tanks. Irrigation authorities raised 20 gateways of the Taliperu tank in Cherla mandal as well as released 20,792 cusecs of excess water downstream. At Peddavagu task at Gummadavalli town of Aswaraopet 2,749 cusecs of water was being released. The Palair tank was teeming with floodwater.
The low-lying locations in lots of communities as well as mandals in both Khammam as well as Kothagudem areas were flooded creating serious trouble to individuals.
The water degree in River Godavari got to 20.3 feet at night hrs. The income authorities set up risk boards in River Godavari showing risk areas. District Collectors VP Gautham as well as Anudeep Durishetty held teleconference with area income as well as police as well as various other associated divisions.