Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu left for Hyderabad on Sunday after personally supervising the relief work since Monday last after the very severe cyclone Hudhud wrought havoc to the city and would return two days later. By the time he returns, all work regarding restoration of services, except the power supply would be completed and even power supply would see 90 per cent restoration, Naidu said on Sunday.
Power is being supplied on an alternative system and permanent system would be in place in a week or 10 days. He would be monitoring relief work for the next two days. Once the relief work and resumption of services were completed he would concentrate on preventing pollution and bringing back green cover over the city. There was great cooperation from the people of north coastal region which suffered the damage, he said and wanted them to continue to march ahead with determination and provide inspiration to the future generations.