The Meteorological Department has issued an alert for heavy rainfall for three days in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. There is a possibility of heavy rains in Punjab, Haryana and Eastern Uttar Pradesh as well. Apart from this, the Meteorological Department has predicted moderate rainfall in Delhi. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for rain in 17 districts of Haryana on Tuesday.
New Delhi: The Meteorological Department has issued an alert for heavy rainfall for three days in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. The possibility of heavy rains has also been expressed in Punjab, Haryana and East Uttar Pradesh. Apart from this, the Meteorological Department has predicted moderate rainfall in Delhi.
The Meteorological Department has predicted moderate rainfall in the city on Tuesday. Yellow alert has also been issued regarding this. Due to this, there can also be a partial decrease in temperature. The Meteorological Department has forecast that it will be cloudy throughout the day on Tuesday. Moderate rain and thundershowers are likely.
Yellow alert in 17 districts of Haryana
The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for rain in 17 districts of Haryana on Tuesday. 13 districts including Ambala, Kurukshetra, Yamunanagar, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Sirsa, Fatehabad, Panipat, Sonipat, Faridabad, Palwal are affected by flood.
Orange alert for heavy rain in Uttarakhand
According to the Meteorological Department, light rains will continue in Uttarakhand for the next five days, while an orange alert has been issued for Tuesday in Dehradun, Haridwar, Champawat, Nainital, Udham Singh Nagar and Pauri, expressing the possibility of heavy to very heavy rainfall at some places. .
Signs of devastation seen after water receded in Himachal Pradesh
How deep are the wounds caused by last week’s flood in Kullu and Mandi districts of Himachal Pradesh, it is visible after the Beas water receded. Vehicles flowing from Manali’s potato ground are seen everywhere in the cloth area. Vehicles lying in the Beas river area, about two kilometers from the potato ground.
Cloud burst in Kais and Nyoli in Kullu One person died due to cloud burst in Kais and Nyoli area of Kullu in Himachal Pradesh. Two houses, three shops and 16 vehicles were washed away under the debris. Due to cloudburst in Kais village Kota Nala was flooded. So far, a loss of Rs 4635.58 crore has been assessed in the state. After June 24, 122 people have died.
Water reached the streets of Bankebihari temple
Yamuna is in spate in Mathura-Vrindavan. In Vrindavan, the boat is moving due to water filling in the Parikrama Marg. Traffic has been stopped due to water-logging on the roads leading to Vrindavan and Mathura. In Mathura, more than 150 colonies and 29 villages have come under the grip of flood. Water has reached the streets of Bankebihari temple. Water filled the sanctum sanctorum of Kailash temple in Agra. Funeral rites have stopped at the cremation ground due to water-logging.
In Meerut, the water level has started coming down in many tributaries including Yamuna and Ganga, but erosion is going on in many areas from these rivers. Crops are submerged. The water has receded in all the colonies affected by the floods in Saharanpur. Yamuna is half a meter above the danger mark in Baghpat.
The breach in Chandpura dam of Ghaggar river has increased from 100 feet to more than 250 feet on Saturday morning. Due to this, the danger of flood remains in Budhlada and Sardulgarh areas of Mansa district.