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Owing to widespread rainfall in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, a number of roads in each the areas have reported waterlogging, in keeping with photographs shared by information company ANI. Many of the inundated streets in Tamil Nadu are in its capital metropolis Chennai, which is anticipated to witness heavy to very heavy rainfall for the remainder of the day. A purple alert has additionally been issued in Chennai together with 5 different districts in Tamil Nadu specifically Tiruvallur, Villupuram, Tiruvannamalai, Kanchipuram and Chengalpattu for November 11.

Visuals shared by information company ANI confirmed Ashok Nagar and KK Nagar in Chennai fully waterlogged with individuals wading in ankle-deep rainwater. The scene in Puducherry’s Rainbow Nagar was the identical.

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Extra DGP of Puducherry, Anand Mohan mentioned that police are in “full preparedness” and can start evacuating individuals residing within the low-lying areas to increased grounds. He added that groups of Nationwide Catastrophe Reduction Drive (NDRF) and state catastrophe administration have been deployed in any respect weak areas of the Union territory.

In accordance with the newest replace offered by NDRF director-general SN Pradhan on Twitter, as many as 13 groups have been deployed in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, and three have been saved as reserve. Of the 13 groups, 11 groups have been deployed in Tamil Nadu and two in Puducherry. 5 NDRF groups have been allotted in Chennai, and one every in Madurai, Tiruvallur, Kanchipuram, Chengalpattu, Cuddalore, and Nagapattinam. In the meantime, one staff every has been deployed in Puducherry and Karaikal (additionally in Puducherry).

In accordance with the newest replace offered by NDRF director-general SN Pradhan on Twitter, as many as 13 groups have been deployed in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, and three have been saved as reserve. Of the 13 groups, 11 groups have been deployed in Tamil Nadu and two in Puducherry. 5 NDRF groups have been allotted in Chennai, and one every in Madurai, Tiruvallur, Kanchipuram, Chengalpattu, Cuddalore, and Nagapattinam. In the meantime, one staff every has been deployed in Puducherry and Karaikal (additionally in Puducherry).|#+|

The scenario in Tamil Nadu is very worrisome since 5 individuals have already misplaced their lives in rain-related incidents. On Tuesday, quoting state income and catastrophe administration minister KKSSR Ramachandran ANI reported that 538 huts and 4 homes have been destroyed owing to excessive rain.

In the meantime, all instructional establishments in Puducherry – colleges and schools, will proceed to be shut until Thursday, training minister A Namassivayam mentioned.





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