Telangana Chief Minister Ok Chandrasekhar Rao would undertake an aerial survey of rain and flood-hit areas within the state on Sunday.
The aerial survey would cowl the Godavari catchment space within the state, from the badly-hit Kadem challenge in Nirmal district to the temple city of Bhadrachalam, an official launch stated on Saturday.
State Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar would accompany CM Rao through the aerial survey.
In the meantime, state Well being Minister T Harish Rao would maintain a overview assembly with senior officers and docs on stopping unfold of infectious illnesses in rain and flood-hit areas. .
The Well being division is engaged on finalising the health-related points for the CM’s go to on Sunday, the discharge stated.
In the meantime, the water degree in Godavari river on the temple city of Bhadrachalam began indicators of receding after reaching a file degree of 71.30 ft within the early hours of Saturday. The third warning degree at Bhadrachalam is 53 ft.
The water degree at 11 AM on Saturday was 70.50 ft, official sources stated.
Such large water degree and flooding was witnessed in 1986, some residents recalled.
A number of localities in Bhadradri-Kothagudem district continued to stay in water on Saturday.
The state authorities has shifted a number of thousand folks to aid camps in view of the flood within the district.
Heavy rains lashed Telangana for about seven days ending final Thursday. Greater than 10 folks died in numerous rain-related incidents, an official stated on final Wednesday.
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