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Babu asked to vacate home, Lokesh calls it a conspiracy

17-08-201917-08-2019 15:04:49 IST
2019-08-17T09:34:49.002Z17-08-2019 2019-08-17T09:34:41.829Z - - 08-04-2020

Babu asked to vacate home, Lokesh calls it a conspiracy


Andhra Pradesh's ex-Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has received a notice to vacate his home due to a flood alert that was issued recently. Naidu along with 38 others who reside on the Krishna Riverbank at Undavalli and Thulluru villages were issued the notices owing to the chances of flooding in these areas.

The notice was issued by the Tedepalli Tahsildars office on Friday. However, Nara Lokesh has alleged that this all is an act of vengence by the ruling YSRCP under Jaganmohan Reddy. He pointed out that the government is manipulating the floods and spreading false news for their petty revenge politics. Lokesh also took to Twitter and shared a video showcasing the methods being used by the state government to manipulate the floods and divert the water to the areas in which Naidu is residing

"Here is another conspiracy by the YRCP to invade Chandrababuhari's house. Nagarjunasagar's full storage capacity is 590 feet. The reservoir water level is now 586 feet. But why is flooding near Prakasam Barrage so much water released than floods coming into Sagar?

Meanwhile, a second-level flood warning is in place at the Prakasam barrage on Krishna river, as it is receiving an inflow of 7,57,005 cusecs of water against an outflow of 8,21,250 cusecs with almost no flood cushion (the storage space in dams marked to absorb unexpected high flows). The project is currently at 100% capacity of its full reservoir level (FRL), with waters touching 3.07 TMC.

Sharat Bhamidi

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