On Wednesday,23 people lost their lives after a deep depression passed over the state in Telangana.
Hyderabad was seen full-fledged with water on the streets of the city which were turning into rivers. Armies have been called in for rescue and relief operations and it reported around 18 deaths.
According to an official, it said, 8 people were washed off in swirling water and are missing from Wednesday evening. Many parts of Hyderabad didn’t have electricity from the past 12 to 24 hours. It’s been difficult to travel nearby places like Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and many more as all the national highways have been blocked by water. Around 20% of the techie has lost. their broadband connection in Absence of power backup.
Naga Ratna, in charge of Indian meteorological department (IMD), Said that “Since the deep depression was entering over Hyderabad it led to torrential rain which was an unprecedented rain that had never seen such a high amount of rainfall in October.
For the second day in Andhra Pradesh, Heavy rain left behind a tail of Destruction in several coastal districts where 98 villages in Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna district and many more remained flooded. A 70-year-old woman passed away in North Karnataka, Gadag District on Wednesday as her house was collapsed and also one video went viral on social media, a young boy way blown away with water has now been rescued by the police, Cars have been overlapped and have been floating in the streets of Hyderabad.
Daily lives have been thrown out of gear across several parts, roads and flooded, vehicles washed away, crops have been hampered, the field has been damaged, rice, paddies and other crops such as corn, cotton, pulses have been impacted.
This year more than 1,030 people have died in Rain related accidents and in between June to September and around 9.6 million people across South Asia have been affected by severe floods.
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