Due to a low pressure region, the Bay of Bengal is getting a lot of rain. Since last Friday, severe rains have killed 25 persons in various districts of Andhra Pradesh, including a member of the State Disaster Response Force. At the same time, 17 persons remain unaccounted for. There is a crisis, and Rahul Gandhi, the former Congress President, has conveyed his sympathy. He's sent out a tweet. "The flood in Andhra Pradesh has caused significant devastation," he adds in this tweet. 'My thoughts are with those who have lost their loved ones. '.'
At the same time, Rahul appealed to all Congress members to assist the people in whatever way they can. "Dear Congress workers, please aid as soon as possible," he has written. The state government, on the other hand, has published a statement saying that the "Indian Air Force, NDRF, SDRF, police, and firemen have rescued at least 64 persons, including a police inspector, from the deadly floods in Anantapuramu, Kadapa, and Chittoor districts." In three flood-affected districts of Rayalaseema region, as well as SPS Nellore in south coastal Andhra, 17 NDRF and SDRF teams are involved in rescue and relief operations.
Chief Minister Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy, on the other hand, performed an airborne inspection to evaluate the damage in the districts of Kadapa, Anantapuramu, and Chittoor. At the same time, he inquired about the damage with the district magistrates of Kadapa and Chittoor. The Chief Minister has urged officials to analyse the agricultural damage as soon as the floodwaters recede, and has declared a compensation of Rs 5 lakh for each individual killed in the flood.