Hyderabad: Life in the densely populated Muslim areas of Kukatpally and Jubilee Hills is getting normal gradually which was hit due to the torrential rains last week. After a gap of four days, schools have reopened yesterday.
Siasat Urdu Daily in collaboration with Faiz-e-Aam Trust continued relief work in Safdar Nagar, Rajiv Nagar, Suleman Nagar, Yousuf Nagar and other areas yesterday. Rain hit victims were given rice, milk and biscuits.
Mr. Amer Ali Khan, News Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily reviewed the relief work. He informed that 10 relief teams of Siasat are working in these areas round the clock. The repair works of Nalas was completed after making representations to Municipal Authorities. Mr. Amer Ali Khan suggested that a nala should be constructed for the stagnated water. The concerned corporator was requested to make such arrangements. A four feet nala was constructed for one Km. It will facilitate passage of rain water easily. Corporator, Ms. Sabiha Begum, Sanitary Officer and Works Inspector, Mr. Balram supervised the construction work. The local residents were delighted on the construction of Nala. They appreciated the efforts taken by Siasat Urdu Daily. Zinda Tilismat was also distributed in the rain affected areas as a precautionary measure to stop outbreak of epidemic.
It may be noted that in this densely populated Muslim areas, there are four Deeni Madrasas, Five Govt. schools including Angan Wadi and Bal Wadi. The relief teams of Siasat distributed biscuits to the students of these educational institutions. The residents who had moved to safer places are now coming back to their houses.