South Indian states are facing the wrath of nature as torrential rainfall and floods in states are not resting. In the capital of Karnataka, Bengaluru, lakes are overflowing and water is accumulating in houses. Due to heavy rainfall and floods, numerous people have lost their lives in south Indian states.
The state of Tamil Nadu has faced destruction due to severe rainfall. According to the updates of IMD, yellow alert has been issued in Tamil Nadu as heavy rainfall is predicted in the state for the following days. IMD has issued yellow alert for Tamil Nadu on November 23 and 24 while orange alert has been issued for 25 and 26 November.
IMD informed that a cyclonic circulation is situated in south-east Bay of Bengal and is expected to move north-west to Tamil Nadu coast in next 4-5 days. IMD informed that during next 5 days, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal can face extreme rainfall while on November 25 and 26, several regions of Kerala and Mahe can face heavy rainfall.
Heavy rainfall is expected in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal too on November 26. Situation in Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Tamil Nadu is very serious now.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also talked to CM of Karnataka Basavaraj Bommai. The Chief Minister of Karnataka along with other officials analysed the affected areas. In Karnataka 24 people have lost their lives because of rainfall and floods while 5 lakh hectare crop has been destroyed. CM has assured the assistance of Rs. 1 lakh to those people whose houses got destroyed due to floods. North Bengaluru faced such a severe rainfall that NDRF had to be called for relief work and tractors were used to help people.