Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development Okay.T.Rama Rao inspected rain-affected localities within the metropolis for the third consecutive day on Friday.
He additionally visited the non permanent rehabilitation facility for the flood affected, arrange at BS Maktha and interacted with these in search of shelter there. He assured them that aid measures had been being taken up on a battle footing to revive normalcy.
Later, the Minister inspected the inundated areas in Prakash Nagar and Brahmanwadi in Begumpet and took inventory of the scenario, earlier than issuing obligatory directions to GHMC officers. He additionally distributed ration kits to the residents. The authorities has already began distributing blankets and different aid materials at GHMC shelter properties.
As the rain has subsided, the town’s sanitation assumes extra significance, Mr.Rama Rao stated, and appealed to residents to drink protected and boiled water to stop ailments. Medical and emergency providers are being offered to residents, he assured.
Two-wheeler riders struggling to navigate a rocky terrain, because of site visitors diversion close to Bandlaguda and Jahangirabad on Friday.
Mayor Bonthu Ram Mohan, MLAs Danam Nagender, Madhavaram Krishna Rao, and Mynampally Hanumantha Rao accompanied the Minister. Later, at a evaluate assembly with officers of GHMC, HMWS&SB, and TSSPDCL on the company’s head workplace, Mr.Rama Rao directed Discom officers to coordinate with the civic physique for restoration of power provide in all colonies and residences affected by inundation, inside 24 hours.
He additionally issued instructions for restore and restoration of flood-damaged roads with a price of ₹297 crore, moreover asking the HMWS&SB officers to provide consuming water via tankers within the inundated areas. He additionally instructed them to take up repairs of sewerage and water pipelines wherever they had been broken because of the flooding, at a price of ₹50 crore. He requested GHMC Commissioner D.S.Lokesh Kumar to conduct a particular sanitation drive in flood-affected areas, and to coordinate with Health division for organising medical camps there.
In a separate announcement, a press release from the GHMC stated that the Mayor, Deputy Mayor, GHMC corporators, and co-option members have determined to donate a month’s wage to the CM Relief Fund in direction of flood aid. The Cantonment Board members have introduced 4 months’ wage could be donated to CMRF. Letters to this impact have been handed over to the Minister.