Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao inquired about the flood situation on the second day in view of the heavy rains.
On Friday, KCR talked to ministers, public representatives and high officials about relief and rehabilitation measures in flood-affected areas and got to know the situation at the field level. He asked the authorities to take action as per the situation in flood-affected areas.
The CM ordered officials to take steps to prevent the spread of infections in muddy areas after the waters receded.
As per the CM’s orders, ministers and public representatives toured flood-affected areas and intensified relief efforts.
Minister Errabelli Dayakar Rao visited the flood-affected areas in Warangal district. Food parcels, drinking water and medicines were supplied by helicopter to flood-affected people.
Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy conducted a field-level inspection of areas inundated by the Godavari on the third day. The heavy rains damaged roads and bridges.
Minister Puvwada ordered officials of Khammam district to be on alert till the water in the Munneru rivulet recedes and to take steps to check infectious diseases.
Minister Satyavati Rathore reviewed the heavy rains in the Mulugu district and relief measures in flooded areas. The Minister directed officials to continue relief measures in the GHMC area.
As rains have ebbed across the state, ministers directed officials to provide relief material and to take strict measures to check infectious diseases.
Chief Secretary Shanti Kumari held a teleconference with Collectors on relief and rehabilitation measures in flood-affected areas as per the CM’s instructions.
As rains ebbed, Collectors were told to take strict measures to prevent infectious diseases in flood-affected areas. Relief and rehabilitation measures are continuing across the state.