The Tamil Nadu federal government on Wednesday early morning proclaimed a rainfall vacation for colleges as well as colleges in Chennai, Tiruvallur and also Ranipet districts.
Chennai on Tuesday night witnessed heavy rainfall, bring about the deaths of 2 individuals. Several localities in the city and its outskirts were also flooded adhering to the downpour.
One man was electrocuted while a lady passed away after a wall surface fell down.
The Tamil Nadu federal government on Wednesday early morning stated a rainfall vacation for colleges as well as colleges in Chennai, Tiruvallur and also Ranipet areas.
#WATCH | Tamil Nadu: Several parts of Chennai experience waterlogging due to incessant rainfall over the past two days.
Visuals from Kolathur area in Chennai. pic.twitter.com/jXCYaQoIdy
— ANI (@ANI) November 2, 2022
Although the rainfall decreased on Wednesday, the Indian Meteorological Division (IMD) has actually anticipated heavy rainfall at isolated areas over Chennai, Chengalpattu, Tiruvallur and also Kancheepuram areas.
Chennai received approximately 126.1 mm rainfall from 8.30 am the other day till 5.30 am today.
Because the rainfalls, two metros were closed. The city likewise saw traffic congestion and slow-moving activity of cars.
Tamil Nadu principal preacher MK Stalin held an online meeting with top authorities as well as advised them to take speedy activity on complaints.
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Last Updated: 2 November 2022