Rains subside suffering continues in Chennai

Chennai, Dec 3 (IANS) Normal life continue to be impacted in the flood-hit Chennai while there was temporary respite for the citizens as the rains stopped since Wednesday night.


However, the dark the sky has threatened more downpours. The central government has declared the city as disaster zone.

The water level on the roads and residential areas have not receded. The Adyar river that passes through the city is overflowing as surplus water from Chembarambakkam lake is let into the river.

In several places the communication lines were down.

The Southern Railways on Thursday cancelled a total of 20 trains out of Chennai Central Station and Chennai Egmore Station and seven trains from other stations.

1 Comment

  1. Dear readers,

    When the state of J&K is swept away by flood PM Modi visited it by aerial view. The closed door package aftermath landed the state be run through coalition government with majority BJP.

    It won’t surprise PM Modi reaching Chennai like Uttarakhand offering Rambo service.The water is neck dip paramilitary is yet to reach the affected. Does the misery of flood bring Amma to accept the package make and entry to BJP in Tamil Nadu?

    Jai Hind

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