- Substantial destruction because of flooding in Andhra Pradesh over the previous week saw trains and vehicles abandoned.
- In Mandapalli, two families were cleared out as the Cheyyeru stream overwhelmed, news organization AP revealed.
The loss of life because of the new floods in the state arrived at 31 on Sunday. Streams Pennar and Cheyyeru, which were immersed, cleared away a few towns and overwhelmed streets.
The Chennai-Kolkata National Highway-16 was shut down after streets were overflowed in Padugupadu in the SPS Nellore locale because of flooding in the Penna waterway.
Over 17 trains were dropped on the Chennai-Vijayawada stupendous trunk course as the flood flooded on the rail route track at Padugupadu. A few trains were additionally redirected.
Andhra Pradesh debacle the executive’s body said the downpour was caused as multiple lakh cusecs of water from the flood streamed out of the Somasila repository in SPS Nellore region, news office PTI revealed.
In addition, vehicles were abandoned on one or the other side of the NH-16 among Nellore and Vijayawada because of the flooding.
Townspeople infuriated over Annamayya project.
Togurupeta, Mandapalli, Pulapathur and Gundlur towns were trapped in a downpour as the Annamayya project on Cheyyeru stream flooded as two lakh cusecs of water was delivered.
Something like 18 individuals kicked the bucket in the floods, and numerous others were absent as the medium water system project penetrated because of the arrival of water.
“It was an only gross fumble concerning the organization. Didn’t they know about the flood when there was such a substantial downpour? For what reason were we not alarmed with regards to the coming risk before it obliterated us,” furious residents from Mandapalli and Togurupeta were cited as saying by news organization PTI.
12 individuals passed on in Pulapathur town because of the flood in Cheyyeru, while nine individuals kicked the bucket in Mandapalli and five in Gundlur.
In Mandapalli, two families were cleared out as the Cheyyeru stream overwhelmed, news organization AP revealed.
“The waterway course changed, yet the dam break was what caused the genuine obliteration. We moved about 600 individuals to security,” Kadapa locale gatherer Vijaya Rama Raju was cited as saying by news organization PTI.