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The weather continues in many states including Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab. IMD has issued a red alert of rain in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, while in Himachal, 326 people trapped amidst heavy rains have been rescued by helicopter. So far, there has been a loss of 632 crores due to rains in the state. There is a possibility of heavy rain in 26 districts of UP. At the same time, Delhi has received 28 mm of rain in the last 24 hours. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rain on Sunday as well.
Under bridge in Delhi’s Prahladpur area was half submerged in rain water.
Rajasthan: Heavy rain in 5 divisions and 21 districts
The state received an average rainfall of 21.6 mm on Saturday and in a single day, the rainfall figure rose from 195.59 to 217.46 mm, which is now only 12.8% less than the average. Barring Jodhpur and Udaipur divisions, heavy rains are continuing in the remaining 5 divisions.
Shahbad in Baran district received 11.9 inches of rain and Jaipur 5.1 inches on Saturday. It was raining in Jaipur for about 16 hours. After 30 years of continuous rain in Nagaur district, the flow in Jojri river has become very fast. Ponds across the district have become inundated. More than 21 districts of the state have received heavy rains. Rain in Jaipur has broken the record of July.
The photo is of Ajmer city of Rajasthan, due to rain there is greenery here.
Water filled the Badrinath temple complex after heavy rains in Sikar.
Madhya Pradesh: 2 inches more in Bhopal and 2 inches less in Indore
Intermittent rain continues in some districts of Madhya Pradesh, while some districts have received less rain. Bhopal has received less than normal rainfall in July by 2 inches more than normal. Water has fallen for about 10 days this month, while on an average it rains for 12 to 13 days.
Even after this, there has been two inches more rain in this monsoon season. The normal rainfall till July is 18 inches, while till now it has been 20 inches. At the same time, the condition of Indore is worrying. In June, water fell for 15 days more than the average 6 days, but one inch of rain was less than the quota. The main reason for this was no heavy rain. The situation remained the same in July. Normally it rained for 20 days instead of 12 days, but people could not get relief here. Still about an inch of rain is less than Kota. Normally 10.5 inches of rain should fall, but only 9.5 inches of water fell.
Uttar Pradesh: Lucknow water-water in 4 hours of rain; water logging in kanpur
Heavy rain is expected in 26 districts of Uttar Pradesh on Sunday. A yellow alert has been issued here. The maximum rain will be in the districts of Purvanchal and Western UP. It will rain here with strong thunder and lightning. Winds will also blow at a speed of 80 kilometers per hour.
According to the Meteorological Department, the weather will remain like this for the next four days. The highest rainfall of 30.2 mm (mm) was recorded in the capital Lucknow in 4 hours in the state. The condition of Kanpur is deteriorating continuously. The rise in the water level of Ganga and Pandu rivers has flooded the urban areas. People’s houses have also got waterlogged. People have been forced to leave the house.
Banda, Chitrakoot, Prayagraj, Kaushambi, Chandauli, Mahoba, Hamirpur, Jhansi, Lalitpur, Kanpur Nagar, Kanpur Dehat, Jalaun, Agra, Auraiya, Lucknow, Barabanki, Lakhimpur Kheri, Bahraich, Gorakhpur, Maharajganj, Prayagraj, Fatehpur, Amethi There is a possibility of rain in , Rae Bareli, Sitapur and Sonbhadra districts.
After filling water in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, people locked their houses and left.
After the rains in Varanasi, the water level of the river Ganga rose, after which many temples were submerged.
Jharkhand: Heavy rain in 15 districts for 3 days
Heavy rain is continuing in the state for the last 3 days. Water is the only water from the city to the village. 15 districts including Dhanbad have received above average rainfall. Dhanbad received 183 mm of rain in the last 24 hours. 41 villages of Ichagarh have been submerged in the floods. Panchet and Maithon dams and Damodar river and Barakar river are around the danger mark. Eight gates of Panchet Dam have been opened. There have been incidents of landslides in Jharia and adjoining areas.
In Ranchi, rain water accumulated on the roads and people had to pass through waist-deep water.
Himachal Pradesh: Tourists stranded for 6 days were rescued
326 tourists stranded after rain and land slide in Himachal Pradesh have been rescued. Out of these, 66 people were trapped in Lahaul Spiti, who were rescued by helicopter. These people were stuck here for the last 6 days. Sudesh Kumar Mokhta, Director of State Disaster Management said that 7 Jahlama, 15 Shansha and 14 people are still trapped in Fuda. His rescue could not be done due to bad weather. So far 178 people have been rescued.
The house was filled with mud after the land slide in Himachal Pradesh’s Kullu.
A pickup came under the grip of a land slide in Himachal’s Mandi.
Villagers pass the temporary police in Kishtwar, Kashmir.
House hit by land slide in Kishtwar.
Youth passing by bike after filling water on the road in Jalandhar, Punjab.
In Raigad, Maharashtra, the condition of the vehicles was found when the rain water came down.