While appealing to the people to stay indoors, the SP urged those living in old houses to vacate and shift to safer places.
It should not be forgotten that by rallying on a three-capital issue, the YSRC bagged victory in every election in the region.
According to official data, three persons were killed in the last three days due to floods in Nellore district
Rain toll increases to 35; Tirupati on edge as Rayalacheruvu breach likely; people of 18 villages evacuated.
The IMD warned that heavy rains are likely at at isolated places in Rayalaseema.
The downpour for the last two days resulted in overflowing of rivers, tanks and canals in Chittoor and Nellore districts.
Guntur reported the highest of 38 while five districts reported less than 10 new infections each with the lowest of one in Kurnool.
Under its impact, isolated places in Prakasam, Nellore, Chittoor and Kadapa districts are expected to receive heavy to very heavy rains.
Temple town in knee-deep water, power supply disrupted; no loss of life reported
A helpline with phone No 1077 has been set up in Nellore. A control room with phone Nos. 08572 242753 and 242777 has also been set up in Chittoor to monitor the situation.
The IMD forecast also warned of possible thunderstorms with lightning at isolated places in north Coastal Andhra.
Police on Tuesday registered a case against NTK Chief Coordinator Seeman under five sections including sedition.
The family members were sleeping on the third floor, while their 22-year-old son Akshay had a narrow escape as he was sleeping on the second floor.
DM&HO Dr Rama Giddaiah maintained that the increase in number of dengue and malaria cases reported in Kurnool is due to collection of more samples for testing.
In a letter addressed to the CM, former Minister Nagam Janardhan Reddy stated that the AP government had no legal right to use even a single drop of water without satisfying the needs of Telangana.