Heavy Rains in Tamil Nadu and Chenai Latest News Update

Heavy Rains in Tamil Nadu and Chenai Latest News Update

Heavy Rains in Tamil Nadu and Chenai Latest News Update

The heaviest precipitation in a century conveyed India’s fourth most crowded city to its knees on Wednesday as across the board flooding close down the air terminal and plants of top vehicles organizations, and ceased trains pressed with travelers on submerged tracks.

The Indian Navy’s air base at Arakkonam – 70 km west of Chennai – was prepared for business flights to empty several travelers stranded at the common airplane terminal, which has been closed till December 6.

Heavy Rains in Tamil Nadu and Chenai Latest News Update

The rains will continue further three days, Army came out for relief in flooded area yesterday in Tamil Nadu Capital.

 

Exuberant downpours that have brought about substantial flooding in Tamil Nadu will proceed for the following three days, the national climate office said on Wednesday.

“There will be no break,” said Laxman Singh Rathore, executive general of meteorology at the India Meteorological Department.

The Navy encouraged the arrival of an Air India Airbus A320 plane at the base, INS Rajali, on Wednesday evening, authorities said including this will give energy to help and safeguard operations in the capital of Tamil Nadu.

Heavy Rains in Tamil Nadu and Chenai Latest News Update

Airport of chenai was covered with water and many national and international flights were cancelled today due to bad landing situation of Airport base.

Heavy Rains in Tamil Nadu and Chenai Latest News Update

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