New Delhi, Normal life has been disrupted due to rains in many states of the country. There has been an uproar in Gujarat and Maharashtra. In many districts of Gujarat, rivers are overflowing due to rain, leading to flooding in low-lying areas.
So far 61 people have died here. At such a time, life has become difficult due to the ongoing rains in Maharashtra for the past several days. Meanwhile, the atmosphere in the capital Delhi became cheerful from this morning.
It has been cloudy here since morning. Heavy rain started around 10 hours. At such times, Uttarakhand, Punjab and Rajasthan continue to experience waterlogging due to rains. At least 18 people have died in rain-related accidents in Maharashtra and Gujarat in the last one day.
In addition, thousands of people were displaced and had to live in shelters. Mumbai and its suburbs received heavy rains, inundating many parts of the city and disrupting traffic at some places.An orange alert has been sounded in Mumbai.
The Indian Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert for rain in Mumbai. During which heavy rain started in many areas here from morning. However, till now there are no reports of flooding here. Meteorologists said that in the next 24 hours, there is a possibility of heavy rain at scattered places and wind speed of 40-50 km per hour.
A heavy rain warning has been issued in Mumbai till July 14. Schools and colleges were closed on Tuesday in Maharashtra’s Nashik following heavy rains for the past few days and people in flood-hit areas were asked to evacuate to safe places.
97.4 mm of rain has been recorded during the last 24 hours. Six devotees are reported to have been injured due to flooding near the Saptashrungi temple. Four people have been injured after a building collapsed in Pune.
A yellow alert has been issued in Delhi-NCR, although the rain has given relief from the heat, but the traffic jam has increased the problems of the people. Vehicles are running perfectly.
Gujarat has been wreaking havoc due to incessant rains for the last three days. Some trains of Western Railway have been canceled/partially canceled today due to track damage due to rain between Dabhoi and Ekta Nagar stations of Vadodara division.
Purna river above the danger mark Purna river is flowing above the danger mark DC Amit Prakash Yadav said, the river is flowing above the danger mark. 1700 people were shifted to shelter homes in Navsari city.
We appeal to citizens to stay in their respective places. Many areas are in the grip of floods Many areas are in the grip of floods South Gujarat districts have been receiving heavy rain for the past few days and some areas of Kutch and Rajkot in Saurashtra are receiving heavy rain. Anjar taluka of Kutch received 167 mm of rain in 6 hours.HS1MS