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Monday, 7 November 2011

Saidai Duraisamy - Mayor inspects waterlogged areas



Mayor Saidai Duraisamy and livestock minister TKM Chinnaiah inspected flooded parts of Sholinganallur, and Pallikarnai Peerkangaranai.

The mayor also interact with the inhabitants of the colony in Peru, Jayendra gudi and relief secured and the repairs of the road as soon as possible. He also directed the Corporation officials to speed up relief work in warmer parts of the RAI monsoon in the south of Chennai.

Despite the rain stopped on Sunday, congestion has continued in many parts of the city battered roads proved threat to motorists in low-lying areas in North Chennai. For example, even the hospital Kilpauk College DICAL I did not escaped. The hospital became a flooded field of race-tion for mosquitoes.

The entrance to the Kilpauk Medical College Hospital is completely under water, and can be found in stagnant water everywhere.

"Outpatients must enter and leave the hospital with difficulty, while hospitalized patients bear the weight of the threat of mosquitoes after the rain," said 50-year Pushpavanam, a cook whose husband was admitted to the hospital.

". Every hospital in the monsoon floods in the fighting, as it is at a lower level than the High Road namallee SEW-Poo - GE blocks are a regular feature, because the old sewer is replaced by N twork CED," hospital sources said.

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