The cloudburst in Telangana could be due to a foreign conspiracy, according to the Chief Minister of Telangana, K Chandrasekhar Rao. Given that weather predictions predict for steady rain through the end of July, he warned local authorities to exercise caution.
K Chandrasekhar Rao, the chief minister of Telangana, visited the flood-affected regions of Bhadrachalam in the district of Bhadradri-Kothagudem on Sunday. While speaking with the media during the survey, he said that there may have been an international plot to create the cloudburst event that led to the flooding in the state.
Additionally, he declared that each flood-affected family would receive Rs 10,000 in financial aid and 20 kg of rice.
The chief minister spoke with flood victims while observing the Godavari river close to Bhadrachalam Karakatta. He promised them that for the Bhadrachalam flood victims, permanent colonies would be constructed. Additionally, he inspected over the Zilla Parishad school, which is modeled after a rehab facility.
KCR instructed the district collector to find locations at high altitudes and gather comprehensive data on flood victims. “It was by God’s grace that there was no loss of life. We deployed people from Hyderabad, asked the Army for help, had NDRF and SDRF teams and helicopters stand by, and were able to get through these times without loss to life,” he said.
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“There are unverified rumours that foreign nations are behind the cloudbursts in our country. In the previous year, a similar instance was seen near Kashmir in Ladakh, and later in Uttarakhand. Now they are targetting the Godavari area.”
In any event, he continued, weather changes are to blame for situations like floods, and it is the responsibility of the government to safeguard the populace.
KCR also stated that the risk still exists. Given that weather predictions predict for steady rain through the end of July, he warned local authorities to exercise caution. “Do not be in a hurry to send the people in rehabilitation centres back to their homes as the danger has not passed yet,” he advised. He also suggested that a thorough contour of the Bhadrachalam area be taken to aid in flood prevention.
After surveying the flood’s effects in Burgampadu, the chief minister flew by helicopter to Eturunagaram.