Hyderabad, Mumbai Rains LIVE Updates | Telangana CM urges PM Modi to release Rs 1,350 cr fund for relief work

Telangana, Oct 14 (ANI): A view of water lodge street after heavy rainfall, in Hyderabad on Wednesday. (ANI Photo)

Following incessant heavy rains in Maharashtra for the past 2 days, Mumbai recorded the highest 24-hour October rainfall in the last 10 years yesterday.

In Telangana, around 32 people have lost their lives due to heavy downpour.

The India Meteorological Department on Friday predicted heavy rainfall over parts of Gujarat and Maharashtra. Over the next 2 days, rainfall is likely to occur over north peninsular India and adjoining areas as well as east Rajasthan and south Uttar Pradesh. The rest of the country will experience dry weather conditions.

Earlier, Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Thursday said the state has suffered losses of Rs 5,000 crore due to the heavy rainfall and flash floods and has urged the Centre to release Rs 1,350 crore immediately to support the relief and rehabilitation works in process.

Telangana, Oct 14 (ANI): A view of water lodge street after heavy rainfall, in Hyderabad on Wednesday. (ANI Photo)

As per the latest updates, Telangana CM has called an emergency high-level review meeting at 3pm on the heavy rain & flood situation in the state on Wednesday. All officials concerned are asked to be present. Even the Central government has asked a report  from Telangana, to be submitted regarding losses due to the floods.

Telangana, Oct 14 (ANI): Huge floodwater enters into Yashoda Hospital Sellar At Somajiguda after heavy rainfall, in Hyderabad on Wednesday. (ANI Photo)

In Maharashtra heavy rains have wrecked havock in parts of Pune, which are flooded. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning for the state saying tha the deep depression that flooded the streets of Hyderabad had by Wednesday afternoon started moving towards Maharashtra.

IMD has predicted heavy to very heavy rains in parts of the western state on Wednesday and has also issued a red alert for the entire North Konkan area, including Mumbai and Thane.

NDRF Teams have been deployed in Maharashtra’s Latur and Solapar Amid IMD’s Heavy Rains Warning.

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