The two rounds of incessant rains have wreaked havoc in Hyderabad while thousands of households are still trapped in knee-deep mud. While the rescue operations are being carried out on war footing, it is to the known knowledge that the KCR-led state government has urged the central government for financial aid of Rs 1,350 crores to combat the calamity.
In the wake of which, Central team is expected to arrive Hyderabad on Thursday evening to assess the damage caused to the properties. A five-member team inter-ministerial Central team led by Joint Secretary of Ministry of Home Affairs Praveen Vashista will visit Hyderabad and several districts in Telangana to assess the extent of damage in the region.
Besides which, 12 special teams constituted by the Chief Minister will be ascertaining the flood situations in the state. As per the recent bulletin issues, the state government claimed that the state incurred a loss of Rs 5,000 crores while almost 70 people died in rain-related incidents.
Meanwhile, IMD’s recent weather forecasts came as a relief to the authorities and rescue teams as the reports claimed that the city is almost out of danger apart from mild to medium rainfall in a few areas in the next few days.