Andhra Pradesh’s south coast has been hit by heavy rainfall.

Andhra Pradesh's south coast has been hit by heavy rainfall.

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  • State Disaster Management chief K Kanna Babu said there had been exceptionally weighty downpours in pieces of Chittoo.

Weighty to exceptionally substantial downpours started lashing pieces of south Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema as the downturn in the Bay of Bengal crossed the coast among Chennai and Puducherry around 4 am on Friday. 

Andhra Pradesh State Disaster Management chief K Kanna Babu said there had been exceptionally weighty downpours in pieces of Chittoor, Kadapa, and Prakasam locale and Anantapur alongside hurricanes with a speed of 45-65km each hour. 

He said crisis salvage groups, alongside those from state and public calamity the board powers, were raced to Chittoor, Kadapa, and Nellore locale. 

He cautioned the anglers against wandering into the ocean and alarmed individuals in the low-lying spaces of the multitude of impacted regions. 

“Remaining pieces of waterfront Andhra, as well, would get light to direct precipitation,” he said. 

The sanctuary town of Tirumala-Tirupati, which was overwhelmed after substantial downpours on Thursday, likewise got precipitation. 

On Friday, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, which deals with the altar of Lord Venkateshwara on Tirumala slopes, reported the resumption of traffic on the down ghat street was closed down throughout the previous 12 hours because of avalanches and spilling over streams on the slopes. 

A representative for the TTD said the traffic was reestablished for fans abandoned in Tirumala and Tirupati. 

Because of the weighty deluge on Thursday in Tirupati, the TTD halted the passage of travellers. The spouting waters of Kapila Teertham removed three of the sanctuary columns. The columns were reestablished right away. 

Tirupati (metropolitan) police director Venkata Appala Naidu sounded a full alert and asked individuals not to emerge from their homes, considering the few provinces’ immersion until the predictability is reestablished. 

“The substantial downpours are probably going to proceed for an additional 48 hours. The salvage groups are working nonstop to provide help to the abandoned individuals. They can call the crisis control room number 6309913960 if there should arise an occurrence of crisis,” he said. 

In the Nellore area, with an inflow of almost four lakh cusecs (cubic feet each second), the water system specialists opened 11 entryways of the Somasila repository. 

Nellore gatherer KVN Chakradhar Babu and water system authorities managed the salvage tasks of individuals in the adjoining regions. 

A few streams and creeks in the Nellore area were in the spate and lowered 13 towns. 

In Kadapa, Annamayya, Penna Ahobilam, and Mylavaram, supplies are spilling over. 

Individuals in the low-lying regions are being emptied. A large number of sections of land of standing harvest were immersed.

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