200 houses still submerged; residents cry for help as municipality officials assure water will be cleared soon.
The areas had got submerged when unprecedented torrential rains hit the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad in mid-October.
The rain is because of Cyclone Nivar, IMD said. A close watch is being kept over the system.
It also directed the Irrigation officials to submit an action taken report by November 23.
Each family's loss is estimated at Rs 5 lakh and they now have no option but to throw out or burn all the damaged goods in open spaces.
TGWD Director Dr Pandith Madhnure said that the State could benefit from the development and take up groundwater conservation.
AICC spokesperson Dasoju Sravan alleged that TRS leaders, who don't hold any official positions, were distributing anywhere between Rs 2,000 to Rs 3,000.
The Deputy Municipal Commissioners were instructed to return the balance undisbursed amount along with the amount received by them duly signed by the team members by Saturday afternoon.
Videos and pictures of protesting residents from areas like Gudimalkapur, IS Sadan, Malkajgiri, Bagh Amberpet and Mehdipatnam, were widely circulated on social media.
Because of the delay in carrying out the restoration of battered roads, storm water drains and filling of potholes, citizens will have to bear with the inconvenience for a few more days.
The engineers, including M Gopal Naik from the Department of Civil Engineering, Osmania University, met State Planning Board Vice-Chairman B Vinod Kumar in Hyderabad on Saturday.
Residents of inundated areas claim that the Rs 10,000 cash relief being disbursed by the state government won't cover cost of all damages and demanded atleast Rs 40,000.
The residents of neighbouring villages were forced to build a pul over Musi using rocks and mud to get to the other side of the road.
Though all the wards were subjected to the flood fury, the most-affected areas were Kukatpally, Bowenpally, Rasulpura, SAIL Colony and Laxmi Colony.
The Minister also inspected the repair works at Nallacheruvu spillway, and directed officials to complete the works at the earliest.