Telangana Schools To Remain Closed This Week, Many Areas In State Declared ‘Red Zones’

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Hyderabad: Telangana government has announced that educational institutions in the state will remain shut this week in view of the forecast of heavy rainfall in the state for the next three days and the heavy rains and floods continuing in many parts of Telangana. They will reopen on Monday. An official circular released by the government states, “In view of continuing heavy rains and inimical weather conditions Government has decided to extend holidays for all educational institutions (Govt., Aided & Private) from 14.7.2022 to 16.7.2022 in the State. Educational Institutions shall be reopened from 18.07.2022 (Monday).”Also Read – Gold Rates Today: Check Price of Yellow Metal in Your City on August 02, 2022

The decision was taken during a meeting convened by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao with Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy and Education department Secretary V Karuna among other officials in Hyderabad on Wednesday afternoon. Also Read – Viral Video: Biryani Vessel Floating On Hyderabad Streets Leaves Internet In Splits| Watch Here Why

Educational institutions in Telangana were ordered to close from July 11 to July 13 but now the government has extended the closure till July 18 as the state is battered by heavy rains and many areas in the state have been declared “Red Zones”. Also Read – Uma Maheshwari, Ex-Andhra CM NT Rama Rao’s Daughter Found Dead at Hyderabad Home

Earlier, the State government had declared holidays for all educational institutions from July 11 to 13 in wake of the heavy rains lashing the state.

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