FREEDOM PRESS BUREAU
Hyderabad, Oct 21: Telangana Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali on Wednesday distributed cheques of Rs. 10,000 as immediate assistance to each household affected by the floods in the Hafiz Baba Nagar area of Chandrayangutta Assembly Constituency.
The Minister, who was accompanied by AIMIM Floor Leader in the Assembly and Chandryangutta MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi, assured all help to people who were facing a lot of problems due to heavy rains and flash floods.
Saying that people should have faith in the government and work patiently, the Home Minister asserted that the Telangana government and Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao share the grief of the flood victims and stand by them and added that the intermittent rains in Telangana are hurting people living in low-lying areas.
Mahmood Ali instructed the officials to repair and restore all the roads and other infrastructure facilities on a war footing and ensure that life comes back to normalcy at the earliest.
Meanwhile, AIMIM chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi along with Bahadurpura MLA Mohammed Moazam Khan distributed the financial aid cheques among each family whose houses were affected due to Floods in Al-Jubail Colony and Hashamabad areas.
Later, Asad Owaisi along with Charminar MLA Mumtaz Ahmed Khan and MLC Mirza Riyaz ul Hassan Effendi distributed ration kits and blankets among the residents in the Chaderghat area. He also visited the flood-affected locality, Hafez Nagar, under Yakutpura Constituency along with Yakutpura MLA Syed Ahmed Pasha Quadri.
Earlier in the day, MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi monitored the ongoing massive cleaning and relief operations in his constituency. He interacted with the residents and addressed their issues.
The distribution of Salar-E-Millat Relief Packages to the residents in the flood-affected areas was continued for the third day. Each of the packages includes bread, milk, mineral water, and various other essential items.
Akbar Owaisi also inspected Baba Nagar, Omer Colony, Naseeb Nagar, and surrounding areas which were affected by rain and Gurram Cheruvu breach.