Hyderabad Traffic had to be averted due to water stagnation and fallen trees blocking routes.
Hyderabad: With water rotting all over the city, 12 collapsed trees and two building falls, the city sported a battered look after the modest to heavy rainfall on Tuesday.
The showers happened about 4’ O clock in the morning. It was escorted with a strong wind and persisted for 4-5 hours. The majority of the vicinities in the twin cities got an average of 2 cm rain. Srinagar Colony, Madhapur, parts of the western strips, Kapra, Malkajgiri, Balanagar, Begumpet and Moula Ali that falls in the north east strip of the city, acknowledged the extreme rain.
Significant traffic routes from Jubilee Hills check-post to Madhapur, Gachibowli to Indian Business School, RTC cross roads, Kukatpally to JNTU, Tolichowki, Secunderabad to Begumpet were blocked for hours together, as the full rain was logged in these corridors. The city traffic section had to divert traffic into colony paths and by lanes, owed to water stagnation and trees that had dropped blocking the roads. All main city parks and grounds like JVR, KBR, Indira Park, and Parade ground wore an abandoned look.
With two electric poles collapsing over and water arriving the electricity substation, power stumbling was seen in the central and Old City area. Following reports of weak decrepit constructions, GHMC chief Dr. B. Janardhan Reddy ordered the emigration of people from these constructions trailed by demolition. Orders were also specified to clear up nala intrusions.
GHMC engineering staff had noticed main stretches of roads that had holes and trenches. Especially on those stretches where the metro work was being conceded out. The MAUD Vicar Mr. K. T Rama Rao has ordered the staff to fetch out repairs when the rain subsides.
The state counting its capital city has been getting rainfall for the past 24 hours. The local climate bureau has endorsed this condition to the marked low-pressure part over Northwest Bay of Bengal off the Odisha Shore, which has now prompted a sad. According to the weather men, the depression is most likely to move in a westerly direction, following which the situation will remain favorable for more weighty showers in the state.
In the meantime, the Southwest monsoons flows are energetic over Telangana and the state endures to be under hefty rainfall warning.