Telangana floods are wreaking havoc by disturbing the normal life of people
Telangana floods are wreaking havoc by disturbing the normal life of people

Telangana floods are causing trouble from the last week. Till now, at least seven persons are feared to have died in separate incidents in Telangana due to uncontrollable floods. On Monday, a dinghy carrying 13 persons overturned in the Krishna river in which three women and a girl went missing. The incident happened near the Dattatreya temple in Narayanpet district. Identified as Sumalatha, her daughter Roja, Parvathama and Narasamma the victims were affected a lot. The sufferers were going on the other side of the river and were coming to Telangana to buy essential commodities, reported a leading daily.

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As per the reports of a leading daily, it reported that the sufferer were domestics of Peddakurmam village in Raichur, Karnataka. While nine other passengers were saved from the other dinghy, the four persons, unfortunately, got swept away in the strong lashes of the water.  In another incident, two minor girls-- Lavanya (13) and Anjali (12)-- from Rajanna Sircilla district, drowned in the overflowing Yellampalli canal. The victims were from Sangula village in Chandurthi mandal, according to reports.

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In another tragedy that happened, a man traveling with his companions in his sports utility vehicle got swept away in Siddipet district. The victim has been identified as Jangampalli Srinivas. The incident took place in Durgapally, Naganoor Mandal. Meanwhile, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao analyzed the rain and flood situation in the state on Monday and directed officials to undertake rescue and relief operations with full swing, wherever necessary.

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