Chennai Rain Live Updates: PM Modi holds a high level meeting
Today there is no relief for the floods in Chennai as well as in Tamil Nadu. All the schools, colleges and factories were closed. The power supply in the state was suspended and the hospitals were overflowed with both the patients as well as water. The City airports and trains were temporarily shunted. The Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa has viewed the situation and assigns the ministers to inspect the affected regions in the state.
Rajnath said, “I talked to Tamil Nadu CM a week back, had assured her of all assistance. PM also talked to her yesterday.”
As per the records, 187 people have lost their lives in the floods. As Tamil Nadu support for more rain falls in the next four days, CM Jayalalithaa has instructed that the police, National and State Disaster Forces and Coast Guard, fire and rescue to be ready in case of people from flood hit regions are required to be send away from the place.
Helpline Numbers given to the convenience of the people
Given below are the area vise helpline numbers. In case of emergency people are instructed to call below given numbers.
- Alandur :- 9445190012
- Manali :- 9445190002
- Kodambakkam :- 9445190010
- Adyar :- 9445190013
- Madhavaram :- 9445190003
- Annanagar :- 9445190008
- Perungudi :- 9445190014
- Sholinganallur :- 9445190015
- Valasaravakkam :- 9445190011
- Ambattur :- 9445190007
- Tiruvottiyur :- 9445190001
- Tondiarpet :- 9445190004
- Royapuram :- 9445190005
- Teynampet :- 9445190009
Helpline Numbers for troubled issues
- Tree fall or Water logging dial 1913
- Sewage overflow :- 45674567, 22200335
- State emergency:- 1070
- District Emergency:- 1077
- Electricity:- 1912
- Fire and Rescue:- 101
- Army Helpline Number:- 9840295100
People who have hit by Heavy raining pounding in Tamil Nadu state and Pondicherry may contact the numbers 011-24363260 and +919711077372.