Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil nandu, Puducherry will receive light to moderate scattered or fairly widespread rainfall for the rest of the week.
A few southern provinces have continued to suffer heavy rains. In the next five days, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted rainfall in central Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.
However, it certainly does. “Light to the well-dispersed rain / scattered in Karnataka, Kerala and Mahe and Tamil Nādu, Puducherry and Karaikal indeed in the next five days for all purposes and objectives.
Divided by all intents and purposes of heavy rainfall over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal and Kerala and Mahe within the next five days and off the coast of Karnataka on November 21, “IMD said in large part in a tweet, actually the most important.
Andhra Pradesh residents continue to face problems. According to the PTI news agency, the state has recorded the deaths of at least 30 people and the few thousand people displaced by the floods in the Penna and Cheyyeru rivers.
After a staggering 200,000 water flowed out of the Somasila lake at SPS Nellore, the Cheyyeru River caused a catastrophic flood that engulfed the villagesof Togurupeta, Mandapalli, Pulapathur and Gundlur, among others.
Many places, so the residents of Andhra Pradesh are incredibly prosperous. To deal with problems inevitably due to heavy rains, which caused floods and led to damage to roads and personal property and the type of public property, which is very important.
Also, the government of Andhra Pradesh has officially announced that it will distribute essential commodities such as rice, dal, edible oil, onions, and potatoes to all flood-affected families, which are generally free of charge.
The government has also held a review meeting on floods in Chittoor, Nellore, Kadapa and Anantapur districts in secret. Heavy rains typically hit Bengaluru, and many parts of Bengaluru remained flooded on Monday following heavy rains on Sunday night in a fantastic way.
The urban areas of Yelahanka and Mahadevapura saw water seep into people’s homes, indicating that Andhra Pradesh residents, for the most part, continue to face problems often due to heavy rains, which have caused floods and led to road damage. As personal and public property in a subtle way.
Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike High Commissioner Gaurav Gupta said the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) would provide the affected residents with necessities, showing how heavy rainfall was in Tamil Nādu Puducherry and beautiful Karaikal.
Kerala and Mahe during the next five days and offshore in Karnataka on November 21, “IMD said mainly in a tweet, contradicting popular belief. Karnataka Prime Minister Basavaraj Bommai said in a statement on Monday that they decided to release Rs 500 crore to repair roads and bridges damaged by heavy rains and floods in various parts of the country, which Karnataka’s prime minister Basavaraj said Bommama Bommai said.
The decision was taken on Monday to release R500 crore to repair roads and bridges damaged due to incessant rains and floods in various parts of the district, or so they thought, Bommai said.
Those who lost or damaged their homes would be paid compensation, showing how a few southern provinces continued to suffer heavy rainfall. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) is light predicting central rain in Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in the next five days.
He also said that the investigation into crop losses was mainly due to natural rainfall. After receiving the final report, a lot of compensation would be issued, which is very important.