Building collapses due to heavy rains in Andhra Pradesh. Four including three children have died in this incident.
Heavy rains caused floods in Andhra Pradesh
According to media reports, at least 17 people have died so far due to the floods. While around 100 people are said to be missing. Three children and an old woman were also killed when an old 3-story building collapsed due to heavy rain late in the night in Kadiri town of Anantapur district. Rescue operation is going on here. More than four people are still feared trapped under the rubble of the building.
The incident in Tirupati’s Temple Town
In which it was shown that hundreds of people are trapped due to the floods. The Swarnamukhi river on the outskirts of Tirupati got flooded. And the reservoirs have been filled with water. There are reports of many people being trapped in the floods. Roads to Ghat Road and Tirumala Hills have been closed. National and state disaster relief teams have been deployed to handle the situation and rescue operations are in full swing.
PM spoke to CM
On the other hand, on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has caused heavy rains in some parts of Andhra Pradesh and caused it. Spoke to Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy in view of the flood situation and assured him of all possible central help. It is to be known that at least three people died in flash floods in the Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh on Friday, while some people are feared to be washed away in it.
assured of all possible help
The Prime Minister said in a tweet. Spoke to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy in view of the situation arising out of heavy rains in some parts of the state. Assured of all possible central help. He prayed for everyone’s well-being and safety. Some rivers in the state are in spate due to heavy rains due to the formation of a low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal. This caused the worst floods in many years in Chittoor and Cuddapah. National Disaster Response Team and State Disaster Response Force teams are engaged in rescue and relief work.