60 families from catchment areas have been shifted to relief camps: GHMC

Hyderabad: Following incessant heavy rains in the city, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) officials on Tuesday shifted 60 families from low-lying areas and Musi catchment areas to relief camps and provided them food and water at Chadarghat, Moosanagar, Shankar Nagar. made available. Authorities alerted residents of low-lying areas and Musi catchment areas.

Officials have asked people to stay safe and go to relief camps if needed. They are also closely monitoring the situation in low-lying areas and around Musi catchment area. GHMC through its mobile Annapurna Canteen provided food to 200 families living in low-lying areas near Mehdipatnam.

It has also deployed special teams at different places based on past incidents. The officials directed the monsoon teams to clear the stagnant water, branches of fallen trees in the city. Officers like zonal commissioner and deputy commissioner have been asked to be alert and move ahead. The control room set up at GHMC head office received 411 complaints on Monday and 37 on Tuesday.

 

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