Despite a respite from heavy rains, certain projects in the State are still receiving huge inflows.
Meanwhile, NDRF and police teams searching for the four people who washed away in a local stream in Moranchapalle, could not make any headway till late on Friday.
The municipal commissioners have been directed to take all proactive steps with a primary objective of no loss of life.
During a teleconference with department officials and Additional Collectors, the minister assured that further measures would be taken in areas where floodwater has stagnated.
Meteorologists had predicted heavy rainfall in northern and western parts of the State, but the actual amount of rainfall exceeded estimations by over two times
Tribal Welfare Minister Satyavathi Rathod, who tried to reach Moranchapalle village, was stuck near Chalivagu due to the overflowing waters.
Residents of eastern and northern parts of the city found themselves trapped as water inundated their homes.
Among those rescued were six people from Ninepaka village who were airlifted by Army choppers.
Venkatapur Mandal in Mulugu district has recorded the highest ever 24-hour rainfall in the history of Telangana.
Durgaiah said that though alternative locations were available for performing last rites, the relatives of the deceased chose to adhere to their traditional practices an crossed the stream.
Similarly, numerous colonies in Warangal were marooned due to the rising rainwater.
She asked all the officials and staff working at the field level to be vigilant and take action without causing any inconvenience to the people.
The drainage system and rainwater harvesting pit have been damaged due to the construction activity.
In Adilabad, the Penganga and Pranahitha rivers are flowing at dangerous levels.
In Hyderabad, cloudy sky is expected, and there is a possibility of light to moderate rain or thundershowers.
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao spoke to Transport Minister P Ajay Kumar over the phone and inquired about the flood situation.
Weather officials say the deficit in June under the impact of Al Nino will be more than made up by July rains