Andhra Pradesh to Receive Rain for Next 48 Hours
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted rains in Andhra Pradesh amid easterly winds blowing strongly towards the state at low altitudes with the effect of low pressure.
Moderate to heavy showers are expected along with the coast and in Rayalaseema on Sunday and Monday and heavy rains are forecasted for coastal Andhra Pradesh in the first week of November.
According to meteorological experts, another low pressure will form in the Bay of Bengal in the second week of November.
However, it is not yet clear whether it will move towards Andhra Pradesh or change the direction. In the last 24 hours, 79.75 mm rainfall was recorded in Pedakakani, 55.5 mm in Sringavarapukota, 54.25 mm in Addanki, 53 mm in GK Street, 51 mm in Ananthagiri, 49 mm in Vemanapuram, 48.25 mm in Jaggaiahpet, 46.5 mm in Chintalapudi and 45.75 mm in Tadimarri respectively.
BJP leader Vijayasanti today lashed out at Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and alleged that the CM would talk about job notifications whenever there are elections in Telangana.
Union Minister for Tourism and Culture G. Kishan Reddy has been tested positive to Coronavirus.
Home Minister Mahamood Ali, Animal Husbandry Minister Srinivas Yadav today launched a newly built flyover at Punjagutta cemetery area in the city here.
Health minister Harish Rao said that a fever survey will be conducted across the state from tomorrow in the view of increase in the number of COVID-19 positive cases.
The Telangana government has provided Rythu Bandhu to 1.48 lakh acres of agricultural land so far in the state. “Farmers have left their worries with the launch of Rythu Bandhu which formed as a great support for the agriculture sector.
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