New Delhi: In many parts of the country these days, reports of landslides have also started coming in from many places, which are plagued by heavy rains. Rain mayhem from Maharashtra to Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka, flood disrupted life in many parts of the country. All educational institute, schools, colleges are closed amid heavy rainfall. So far 31 thousand people have been rescued in Gujarat, while 14 more people have lost their lives in the last 24 hours.
Many districts of Gujarat are in the grip of floods after heavy rain. Man is helpless due to the rain falling from the sky. Somewhere the raging rivers are making an orgy, and somewhere life is in trouble in the torrential rains of trouble. In Gujarat’s districts like Junagadh, Gir, Somnath, Amreli, Bhavnagar, Dwarkaporbandar, Surat, Tapi, Navsari and Valsad, the condition of the people is miserable. Flood water has reached Chikhli on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad National Highway.
The Meteorological Department tweeted that there will be a decrease in rain on July 15 in Konkan, Goa, Gujarat, Madhya Maharashtra and Telangana. Apart from this, the intensity of rain will decrease in the rain in Saurashtra and Kutch on July 17.
i) Rainfall intensity is likely to reduce over Konkan & Goa, Gujarat Region, Madhya Maharashtra & Telangana from 15th and over Saurashtra & Kutch from 17th July, 2022. pic.twitter.com/zAt5q92I2E
— India Meteorological Department (@Indiametdept) July 14, 2022
Roads have been submerged in flood waters in Ankleshwar, Gujarat. Here crossing the roads with a tractor came on the lives of some people. In fact, when there was a flood in Piludara village, the villagers took the help of a tractor to cross the path. The tractor became unbalanced and fell into deep water. The villagers somehow saved three people, while one person died in this accident.
Rivers in spate in Gujarat’s Sabarkantha
Due to heavy rains in Sabarkantha, Gujarat, floods created havoc in dry rivers. According to the Meteorological Department, at present, Gujarat is not getting relief from heavy rains and floods. Heavy rain has been predicted for Junagadh, Gir, Somnath, Amreli and Bhavnagar i.e. Red Alert has been issued for these districts. While Orange Alert is in progress for Dwarka, Porbandar, Surat, Tapi, Navsari and Valsad districts. .
Rain wreaks havoc in Madhya Pradesh
At the same time, many areas of Madhya Pradesh are also suffering due to heavy rains and floods. In Sehore, the heavy rain caused havoc on a function. Here the rain with strong winds rained as a disaster, due to which people’s lives were lost. Actually, a program was going on in Kubereshwar Dham, for which a big pandal was set up, but in front of heavy rain everything was ruined and the pandal fell on the ground. 14 people were injured in the accident while one woman lost her life. Ratlam is in bad condition due to heavy rains. Roads have become ponds. Electricity was cut in the affected areas so that no accident could happen.
The orgy of many rivers in Maharashtra
In Maharashtra too, heavy rains have increased the problems of the people. Many rivers are desperate to enter the residential areas. So far 97 people have died in the state due to the floods. A building collapsed in Amravati. Before this, some part of the shop slowly started breaking down. And then after some time the whole shop fell on the road. At the same time, after heavy rain, a part of the roof of a hotel in Nagpur fell on the employees there. It rained intermittently last night in Mumbai. Due to the reduction in the speed of rain, relief was seen in many areas. Orange alert continues in Mumbai. Although there is a red alert in Palghar district.
Flood-hit situation in Karnataka
Life in Karnataka is also disturbed due to heavy rains and floods. So far 32 people have lost their lives due to floods and heavy rain in the state. State Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai is keeping an eye on the flood affected areas. The government has released Rs 500 crore to provide relief to the people. Here schools and colleges have been closed in the flood-affected areas.