Flood hit residents free to return home from work or school, and they received free electricity to power their homes.
In the area where most the damage had occurred, Mr Kudankulam was working Monday to finish the repair of바카라사이트 roads that had been destroyed by heavy rain and flooding in previous days.
The road on the edge of the floodway has been closed, but is still usable – although its edge has eroded away so the pavement is too washed out.
The highway was inundated when the storm struck in mid-August.
One of the biggest pieces of infrastructure damaged by the flood is a bridge over the River Ambanj.
The Ambanj Bridge in Chennai is about 600 metres across and바카라사이트 will be replaced this week.
More than 12,000 homes were left without power and more than 7,000 people have also been reported as missing or feared missing.
The government was working on providing emergency assistance to around 30 families in Chennai.
The power cut at several areas was blamed on power supply in the suburbs and around Ambanj, but a spokesman said this was not yet true as no supply was provided to that region.
The road from Rajiv Gandhi Airport to Chennai’s main train station has been closed after extensive flooding on Monday.
There was extensive damage to roads and bridges along this stretch, including several that were washed away, with one bridge, about 100 metres high, sunk underwater.
In the city center, the city-wide flood warning was imposed for several areas, including the metro, parts of the district, a nearby road, in addition to parts of the city’s inner core.
One water tower toppled at the intersection of the city’s north-south highway and the Jalan Park Road on Monday evening.
The power blackout in the city’s inner core caused extensive traffic chaos.
The metro halted service on Friday. The roads leading from the metro to the out바카라사이트er city center were also closed to reduce flooding along the busy roads leading into and out of the inner city.
The city’s traffic control unit issued a citywide disaster order for the city’s outer core and some other parts of the inner city on Saturday.
The citywide disaster order applies to only the inner city parts of Chennai. Chennai is a city of more than 200 million people and the entire outer metro area covers about 100 hectares.
Heavy rainfall, including the rain that triggered Saturday’s floods, was predicted on Sunday as winds blew across central Tamil Nadu