Musi River flows with flood after 110 years

musi-riverNormal life remains disrupted in Hyderabad as heavy rainfall triggers waterlogging in several areas.

The Musi river which is popular known as Nala (drain) has started flowing like a river at Moosarambagh Bridge, Hyderabad. In September 1908, 110 years ago the river was flooded due to torrential rains. The Musi River shrunk in 15 years with encroachments and new layouts surround the river flow. Nature is itself correcting the 60 year destruction.

Water level in the Musi river is rising and the gates of the river were lifted

Hussainsagar lake gates have been opened again.



Present situation at Nehru Zoological park Hyderabad. Officials saying animals are safe, Zoo closed today and tomorrow



Begum Bazar, One of the biggest commercial markets in Hyderabad, totally inundated. Policemen provide food to flood victims at PS Habeeb Nagar Hyderabad city



Maximum 22.8 cm rainfall recorded at Moulali area in Hyderabad till 7 a.m this morning since last evening