Flood surge continues throughout Godavari, Krishna rivers in AP
The first warning sign has been raised as floods in river Krishna crossed the 4 lakh cusecs mark at Prakasam Barrage in Vijayawada on Friday.
In river Godavari at Sir Arthur Cotton Barrage in Dowaleswaram close to Rajamahendravaram, the flood stream remained regular at 14.76 lakh cusecs (cubic foot of water stream per second), going previous the second hazard stage.
According to the Andhra Pradesh State Disaster Management Authority, the flood stage confirmed a marginal lower at upstream Bhadrachalam in Telangana on Friday afternoon, with indicators of an additional decline over the subsequent few hours.
SDMA Managing Director B R Ambedkar stated folks alongside the Krishna riverbanks ought to stay on alert because the flood stage would possibly enhance.
The administrative equipment has been placed on alert within the flood-prone areas alongside the river, he stated.
Three groups every of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and the SDRF have been finishing up rescue and reduction operations in Alluri Sitarama Raju, Eluru and B R Ambedkar Konaseema districts.
Ambedkar appealed to folks within the deluge-hit habitations in Godavari area to cooperate with the authorities and transfer to safer locations because the second warning has been persevering with.
The influence of Godavari flood is being felt a lot in BR Ambedkar Konaseema, Eluru and Alluri Sitarama Raju districts the place there are numerous lanka (island) villages.
Besides, the submergence mandals below the Polavaram mission are going through a excessive menace from the deluge.
The state of affairs in Velerupadu, V R Puram and Kukunoor mandals is alleged to be significantly grim, based on experiences from the affected areas. Problems confronted by folks in these areas are are compounded as they haven’t but recovered from the injury wrecked by the floods final month.
The causeways have been overflowing at a number of locations in BR Ambedkar Konaseema district, snapping street communication hyperlinks to many villages.
In Vijayawada metropolis, some homes on the Krishna riverbed remained marooned because the flood stream touched 4.57 lakh cusecs on Friday afternoon.
But the state of affairs might ease as discharge from Dr Ok L Rao Sagar Pulichintala upstream Prakasam Barrage gave the impression to be coming down.
According to the AP Water Resources Information Management System information, Pulichintala presently has a flood cushion of 13.27 thousand million cubic toes. However, outflow from Nagarjuna Sagar dam additional up has risen to 4.25 lakh cusecs and can attain Dr Ok L Rao Sagar in a number of hours.
The Srisailam reservoir has been crammed to the brim, touching 215.08 tmc ft, consequent to which 4.36 lakh cusecs of water is being discharged, the information confirmed.
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