As we know Hyderabad is on high alert for past 2 days and many areas are under water, Few places are submerged for about 10 feet height.

People are staying home for more than 48 hours and facing issues for necessary goods like water, milk, vegetables, electricity. Government officials had visited almost all the places across the city and provided minimum help necessary and continuously working to solve the issue and required primary help actively provided by officials.

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Since CM KCR sir is currently residing in New Delhi, he is continuously monitoring the situation and ordering for every help he can provide to people. IT Minister Mr KTR sir is actively participating in all the arrangements and discussing with GHMC and police department to take all necessary precautions to minimize the incidents and providing regular updates to media officials.

As part of precautions government, its IT department is actively working on App called HAWK EYE which provide life traffic update to all its users to be safe and away from traffic areas. Also they provide toll free numbers 100 and 21111111 for any immediate assistance needed.

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Users can download Hawk eye app from

Google play at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rivton.hawkeye&hl=en

App Store https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/hawk-eye-hyderabad-police/id960279465?mt=8

Government declared holiday to all educational institutions across Greater Hyderabad Municipal corporations for next 2 days and government also requested all IT institutions to allow all their employees to work from home. Response from IT institutions will be available in next couple of hours.

Mr KTR had also announced that all illegal construction in hyderabad will be demolished just like in Bangalore and government will soon act on this once this situation is under control. Destroyed roads will be repaired as soon as this season ends.

All Government officials and GHMC employees along with Ministers and all government representatives are requested to be alert for another 48 hours and 24/7 action plan is being discussed in GHMC office, reports will be published soon.