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Rainfall Alert: IMD issued heavy rain warning for 10 states; 16 states were alerted

Weather Forecast: The Meteorological Department has issued a red alert for Uttarakhand. The department has predicted very heavy rains and extremely heavy rains at one or two places in the state today.

IMD Rainfall Alert: Rain has wreaked havoc in 10 states of the country, including Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand and Assam in the north-east. Landslides in many hilly states and caving in of roads in many places have stopped vehicular movement. Rivers are in spate in the plains. The flood situation in Assam is still serious. The weather department has warned of heavy rain in the states from north-west to north-east for the next four to five days.

Rain continues in many parts of Uttarakhand

Rain continues in many parts of Uttarakhand. Rivers are in spate. Due to landslides, debris has come on the road, blocking many major highways of the state. In such a situation, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red alert for the state. The department has predicted very heavy rains in Uttarakhand today and extremely heavy rains at one or two places. The IMD said that heavy to very heavy rains are likely over many parts of the west coast, northeast and eastern India and Uttar Pradesh in the next five days. The Meteorological Department has predicted extremely heavy rains in some parts of Uttarakhand today. A red alert has been issued for the state. At the same time, an orange alert has been issued for parts of Uttar Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Kerala, Maharashtra and Odisha in the neighborhood. At the same time, a yellow alert has been issued for Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Bihar.

Heavy rain in these states too

Apart from Himachal and Uttarakhand, heavy rain is falling in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Assam, Arunachal, Maharashtra, Goa, Rajasthan and Gujarat. Churu in Rajasthan received 141 mm of rain in 24 hours. Badrinath National Highway remained closed on Sunday due to a rock breaking and falling on the road in Vishnuprayag in Uttarakhand. Due to this, Chardham Yatra has been stopped till Monday. Currently 98 routes are closed in the state. Major rivers including Ganga, Alaknanda are in spate. The water level of Ganga is just 85 cm below the danger mark. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy rain till July 11 from Uttarakhand, UP, Bihar to the Northeast.

41 roads closed in Himachal

Due to heavy rain and floods in Himachal Pradesh, movement on 41 roads is closed. Debris has come on the roads due to landslides at many places. On Sunday, a cowshed collapsed due to landslide in Kullu. According to the state government, 212 electricity transformers have been damaged and 17 water supply schemes have also been disrupted.

Situation is bad in many states

Due to heavy rains in Bihar, many rivers including Kosi, Mahananda, Bagmati, Gandak have reached the danger mark. At the same time, more than 23 lakh people have been affected in Assam. 65 people trapped in the flood in Palghar, Maharashtra have been rescued safely.

Delhi: Yamuna water level starts rising

Due to rain, the water level of Yamuna has started rising in Delhi, but there is no danger of flood yet. The good thing is that the water shortage in the capital will be over. Soon the water treatment plant will start getting more water than required from Yamuna. On Sunday, about 352 cusecs of water was released every hour from Hathinikund Barrage.

65 people rescued in Maharashtra

The NDRF team has safely rescued 65 people trapped due to floods in Thane and Palghar districts of Maharashtra. In Thane district, 49 people were trapped in a resort surrounded by water. At the same time, 16 villagers in Palghar were trapped in water due to heavy rains. The NDRF team rescued all the people from the water with the help of boats and life jackets. 16 villagers in Palghar were working in the fields when the water level of the Tansa dam rose due to sudden rains and they got trapped in the water. There were 8 women among them. They could be rescued after two hours of hard work. Bureau

Most of the rivers in Bihar are close to the danger mark

Due to torrential rains in Bihar for the last 24 hours, major rivers including Kosi, Mahananda, Bagmati, Gandak, Kamala Balan and Kamala are in spate. The water level of rivers has reached the danger mark in many districts including Sitamarhi, Muzaffarpur, Shivhar and Supi. The Gandak river is flowing beyond the danger mark in Gopalganj. The Kamla river has crossed the danger mark in many areas of Madhubani. However, there is no news of any loss of life or property due to the rising water level of the rivers.

Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu Maurya
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