Telangana underwent a series of relief operations on Thursday as incessant rainfall lashed many districts and left at least 30 people dead.
Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao will hold a meeting with ministers and officials on Thursday afternoon on the rain relief measures.
State Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar told PTI that the relief teams were working on Thursday to pump out water from localities where water stagnation was reported, to help citizens there and to restore normal traffic.
As of now, 61 relief centres are operational in the state and more are being added wherever required.
About 1.5 lakh food packets were being supplied and Annapurna subsidised food canteens in the city were utilised in the areas where water stagnated, Kumar said.
The rainfall was unprecedented in and around Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) and that the government machinery was successful in containing human loss and loss of property, he said.
An official release said the chief minister has instructed officials to come to the meeting convened by him with details regarding the losses suffered in their respective departments.
The meeting would discuss the rehabilitation measures taken, additional measures to be taken and the issues to be mentioned in a report to be submitted to the Centre, the release said.
State Women and Child Welfare Minister Satyavati Rathod held a meeting with officials on the rain relief measures in Warangal, official sources said.