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Disaster Response Force addresses all 130 plaints

Disaster Response Force addresses all 130 plaintsDisaster Response Force addresses all 130 plaints
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As sudden heavy rains with gusty winds created havoc in Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation limits on Monday, it caused widespread water stagnations, tree falls, electrical pole falls or bending including the light tower of Lal Bahadur stadium collapse.

Hyderabad: As sudden heavy rains with gusty winds created havoc in Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation limits on Monday, it caused widespread water stagnations, tree falls, electrical pole falls or bending including the light tower of Lal Bahadur stadium collapse. The rains also claimed lives of two persons.

Several complaints poured in from the public, people's representatives and officials through phone, WhatsApp, Twitter etc. The Disaster Response Force teams under the Directorate Enforcement Vigilance & Disaster Management of GHMC swung into action and rushed to the spots and took up rescue operations.

The teams received around 130 complaints and they redressed them all in 24 to 36 hours time by clearing 622 trees, 5 water stagnations and several pole damages etc. A big papal tree fell on the premises of Veerabhadra temple at Ramanthapur.

The DRF team cleared the tree without damaging to the temple and restoration work at tree fall at cancer hospital blocking two roads traffic was also completed in a short time.

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