Hyderabad, Oct 28: Relentless rain in Andhra Pradesh over the last six days have left 46 dead in the state. Nearly 85,000 people have been moved to safer places while 225 relief camps have been set up. Crops in about 8 lakh hectares were damaged because of the incessant waterfall and the rain.
Nineteen National Disaster Response Force teams have been deployed in various districts of the state to carry out the rescue operations. Srikakulam district has been the worst-hit with its major rivers overflowing due to the incessant rain. Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy is set to make an aerial survey of Prakasam and Guntur districts, also affected by the rain, because of the rain. The Met department has predicted rainfall for another one to two days. Train services along the Vishakhapatnam-Vijayawada route have been adversely affected by the heavy rain.
Roads in Srikakulam lie submerged as a result of heavy rainfall.
A bus station lies inundated in heavy rain.
Near Amadalavalasa Railway Station in Srikakulam
A good train moves on submerged tracks.
A submerged locality in Chuchukonda Village, Munagapaka Mandal, Visakhapatnam district.
Roads are flooded due to heavy rains in Srikakulam and Nalgonda districts in Andhra Pradesh on Friday.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy during a meeting on heavy rains and floods in Hyderabad on Saturday.
In Vishakhapatnam district
A submerged locality in Gunaparthi Village in Visakhapatnam district.
In Visakhapatnam district
People travel in a boat in Anakapalli in Visakhapatnam district.