Godavari River surges above danger mark in Telangana during periods of heavy rain, warning issued
Officials report that the Godavari river in Bhadrachalam has a 56-foot water level. "Water level in the Godavari is 56 feet. Regardless of a 60 foot rise in water, they are prepared to conquer any obstacle "district officials reported.
According to officials, relief efforts are being made in the local communities, and all district officials are on high alert.
At least 18 people have died as a result of the Telangana downpour, and relief efforts are under way.
Speaking on Saturday to ANI Bhadrachalam RDO Madhavi, "In the late evening of yesterday, around 8:40, we issued a third level of alert. By 10:00 PM today, the Godavari water level was 56 feet. Even if the Godavari flow reaches 60 feet, we are equipped to handle the scenario. The level of the Godavari is gradually rising as a result of SRSB's overflowing water. Our rehabilitation facilities, NDRF teams, and sectoral offices are already set up, and they are all working in tandem with the Panchayati Raj, irrigation, and other departments."
Bhadrachalam authorities on high alert
Each section is working together. We are prepared to tackle and handle any challenge. All Bhadrachalam employees are prepared and on high alert. Regular directions on how to handle the situation are also provided by the Collector. According to the Bhadrachalam RDO, Minister Ajay visited the Godavari River today together with the Collector and other authorities, checked the water levels, and conducted an aerial assessment.
Telangana battles floods and marks the heaviest day of rainfall ever.
Priyanka Ala, the district collector for Bhadradri Kothagudem, stated on July 27 that the constant rains was raising the flood level of the River Godavari in Telangana's Bhadrachalam "There have been roughly 27 colonies and villages evacuated. There have been 2321 people in 790 families who have already been evacuated. Since last night, we have started conducting rescue efforts."
80 vacationers were saved from waterfalls.
80 tourists who had become trapped in the Muthyala Dhara waterfalls in the Mulugu district early on Thursday were rescued by a team from the National Disaster Response Force after the water flow had surged the previous day.
The rescue effort that had been initiated overnight has been finished, according to the police, and all of the tourists are in good health.
"The rescue operation is over. Eighty visitors who were trapped by the Mutyala Dhara waterfall have all been rescued. We confirmed with each group that nobody was still missing. Water and medical attention have been provided to them. One boy received treatment for a minor scorpion bite. 90% of tourists are in good health "Gaush Alam, the Mulugu Police Superintendent, remarked.
A video posted by Mulugu SP, PRO depicts tourists receiving medical care and other basic food supplies.
Initially, SP claimed that they had spoken to the visitors on the phone and advised them to avoid the water stream to conserve battery life.
In addition, the District Disaster Response Force and local police participated in the rescue effort.
On Monday, the Indian Meteorological Service projected significant rainfall for Telangana from July 25 to 27 and issued a red alert for the region.
Following significant rainfall on Wednesday, the Mahabubabad district of Telangana experienced flooding in numerous areas.