According to sources in the Tekkali revenue division of Sriakulam district in Andhra Pradesh, most villages plunged into darkness Cyclone Titli, with a wind speed of more than 165 kmph, destroyed the power supply lines in the area. Meanwhile the cyclone tore into cashew and coconut crops spread and left behind devastation.
As per report Tekkali revenue division, consisting Ichchapuram, Jalumuru, Kanchili, Kaviti, Kotabommali, Mandasa, Nandigam, Palasa, Santhabommali, Sompeta, Vajrapu Kotturu mandals has been affected the most, as the power supply is yet to be restored in many villages. Furthermore the number of poles fallen down into the fields and lack of communication facilities have made the rehabilitation task more difficult for authorities.
Moreover according to Deva Vara Prasad, 7,000 people have been engaged for restoration works in 309 batches to speed up the restoration works. Hence he further added that 36 out of 38 mandals have suffered a partial or complete destruction of electric poles and power supply lines.
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