The loss of life cost in rain-related occurrences in Andhra Pradesh increased to 17 today as hefty down pours ongoing to eyelash several areas under the impact of cyclone ‘Nilam’, tossing normal life out of equipment.
Coastal zones carried the impact of natural rage with low-lying places of Eastern and Western Godavari, Krishna and Visakhapatnam zones getting overwhelmed by inflammed rivulets, government bodies said here.
Paddy and other plants over 2,43,634 hectares have been hit, they said.
Disaster Management government bodies said 480 homes were fully broken, and 766 partly. At least 16 aquariums were breached, 449 power north and southern poles dropped, 413.91 kms of streets were broken.
As per a review of the Public Management Division, 495 kms of streets, 406 kms of empties, 107 kms of drinking normal water collections, 36 municipal structures and 10,882 streetlights in the state were broken.
Water joined homes at Chanakyapuri, Ashok Nagar, Tangellamudi and others places of Eluru, the head office of Western Godavari region instantaneously. Level was increasing at the Prakasam onslaught in Vijayawada; the area of Ramalingeswara Nagar, Singh Nagar and Payakapuram in the town were bombarded.
Villages and areas on the financial institutions of stream Godavari were overwhelmed and transportation hyperlinks poorly impacted.
Some 4,000 people have moved to 19 comfort summer campement in Visakhapatnam region, government bodies informed PTI.
The South Main Train has redirected several teaches as normal water was streaming above the risk level at a railway link between Tuni-Gullipadu on Vijayawada-Visakhapatnam area.