200 houses still submerged; residents cry for help as municipality officials assure water will be cleared soon.
The GHMC also could not provide a zone, circle and ward-wise break-up of the flood relief beneficiaries as sought in an RTI query.
The areas had got submerged when unprecedented torrential rains hit the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad in mid-October.
In fact, many areas in the the LB Nagar zone of GHMC had suffered due to inundation and flooding, followed by the overflowing of encroached lakes and stormwater drains.
The Langer Houz library smells like rotting paper as each one of its four walls is dilapidated with marks of water seepage.
The MAUD Minister also stated that he would take up the issue with Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and request him to release Rs 100 crores for flood relief.
GHMC has undertaken a special sanitation drive in the city to keep the city clean.
The members of the NGO, collected around Rs 13 lakh through fund-raising and then decided to disburse essentials to the flood-affected.
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.
In a bid to prevent waterlogging of central medians on roads, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) will lay storm water pipelines along certain medians in the city.
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.
The State government has constituted a committee with 10 members to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the structures on the Hussainsagar lake in the wake of recent floods.
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.
These volunteers, all men, distributed nearly 1,800 packets in Al Jubail (and adjoining colonies) and Baba Nagar in Chandrayangutta, which were some of the worst-hit areas of the city.