Monsoon Fury Shifts To South India, Purple Alert For Heavy Rain In Three States

Monsoon alert has been issued in a number of districts in South India.


After wreaking havoc in a number of North Indian states, incessant rain has now additionally moved to the southern states and authorities have urged locals to remain indoors and take precautions.

Purple alerts forecasting heavy to extraordinarily heavy rain have been issued in a number of districts of Karnataka, Telangana and Kerala.

With heavy rain predicted at present, Telangana has declared a vacation at present for all colleges and schools.

Two ladies had been washed away in an overflowing stream in Mahabubnagar district in Telangana on Tuesday as heavy rain led to inundation of low-lying areas and disruption of street hyperlinks at a number of locations within the state. The 2 teenaged ladies, who had been crossing the stream, didn’t realise the present of water and acquired swept away, police mentioned.

To stop visitors jams, the Hyderabad police has urged IT corporations to conduct a phase-wise logout of their workers.

In Karnataka, the climate division has requested individuals in coastal areas to keep away from areas which are liable to waterlogging and requested them to avoid weak constructions which could collapse attributable to incessant rains.

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