In pics: Rains create havoc in Chennai, rail, road, air traffic disrupted
Chennai, Dec 2: Heavy rains continued to hit normal life in several parts of Tamil Nadu. Water logging in Chennai has disrupted rail, road and air traffic. Hundreds of people eluded at the Chennai airport as runway remain submerged due to rains.
Chief Minister Jayalalithaa reviewed the situation and deputed ministers to inspect the affected regions.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on the flood situation in parts of Tamil Nadu and assured all possible support and cooperation in this unfortunate hour.
Here are the images of Chennai flooded due to heavy rains.
Chennai: People being evacuated in Chennai
Heavy rains have created havoc in Chennai. Various areas of the city face flood like situation.
Waterlogging due to incessant rains in Chennai
Tamil Nadu battered by heavy rains.
Normal life hit in Chennai due to heavy rains
A patient being taken to a safe place after heavy rains flooded Chennai.
Vehicles move on a submerged road in Chennai
Vehicles seen plying on a submerged road in Chennai.
Road turns into rivers in Chennai
Road turns into rivers in Chennai. Death toll in the rain related incidents touched 188.
Rain ravaged Chennai cut off from the world
Non-stop torrential rain, pouring since Monday turned Chennai roads into river.
Chennai rains: Man walking on a submerged road
Heavy downpour in Chennai has turned road into river. Chennai has received over 11 cm of rainfall since 8 am on Monday, shattering a 100-year-old record.
Chennai: Heavy rains inundated low lying areas
Incessant showers have inundated more areas in Chennai.