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Rain wreaks havoc in Kinnaur, Uttarakhand; “Red alert” issued for Maharashtra, Odisha | View full forecast here

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: Continuous rain can witness across the country. Due to heavy rains, normal vehicular movement is disrupted and landslides are also faced. Heavy rain alert has also been issued in Maharashtra, Odisha and West Bengal today. People are facing flood-like situation after heavy rains in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. At the same time, along with rain, incidents of landslides are also happening on the mountains. In Himachal and Uttarakhand, there is an atmosphere of panic among the people due to the sky disaster as well as the incident of landslides.

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According to Metrological department, Central India and the west coast of India will continue to receive widespread, heavy rainfall over the next 3-4 days. The weather department has issued red and orange alerts for parts of Maharashtra’s Vidarbha region warning of heavy to very heavy rainfall for the next four days.

Landslide is wreaking havoc in Kinnaur, Uttarakhand. There has been huge outcry due to landslides from Dharchula in Uttarakhand and Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh. Many people’s homes were destroyed.

Cloudburst in Himachal’s Chamba

Heavy destruction due to cloudburst in Chamba area of ​​Himachal. In this accident many houses and roads were destroyed. Signs of destruction were found scattered everywhere. Before this, as soon as the cloud burst, the water from the mountains started falling down with a strong current and started moving forward destroying all the things in front. Neither the roads, nor the bridges, nor the pucca houses coming in the way could stop this velocity of water.

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Kinnaur faces landslides

Seeing in Kinnaur, Himachal, a large part of the mountain fell on the ground, after which there was smoke everywhere. Earlier, those passing by had got the sound of the mountain cracking and they were waiting for this scary scene while standing, then this dreadful accident of falling debris from the mountain happened, after which people were seen running after saving their lives.

After this, debris and huge rocks piled up on National Highway 5, due to which the road was completely covered and the road was closed. According to the information, so far 81 roads including 2 national highways are closed due to cloudburst in Chamba and land slide in Himachal Kinnaur, while one person has died.

Disaster due to landslide in Uttarakhand

Some similar panic-filled pictures came from Dharchula in Uttarakhand, where it rained stones from the mountain. Before this, small stones were seen coming down slowly from the height of the mountain along with the debris, but as they hit the ground, there was devastation. There was a cloud of debris all around and that too it became difficult to see across. It was told that due to this landslide, the high-tension wire passing through it broke and the electricity in the area went out. Along with this, the crops grown in the fields suffered a lot.

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Red alert in Maharashtra

In many parts of Maharashtra, people’s trouble has increased due to incessant rains and floods. The state’s Ratnagiri also got flooded after heavy rains. There the water of Keshari river is flowing over the bridge, due to which the problems of the people have increased. It has also become difficult to cross the water flowing on the bridge. Efforts are on to rescue the people trapped in the flood waters. The water of the river has also entered the Dopali area. Roads have also been submerged. Due to the water coming on the bridge, the connectivity of many villages with the city has been cut off.

Flood-like situation in MP

In many areas of Madhya Pradesh too, heavy rains and floods have remained a disaster for the people. Two people riding a motorcycle were washed away in the strong current of water in Ratlam, who were rescued after heavy efforts. In fact, water came after heavy rain on the report made on Jhabua-Ratlam road. Meanwhile, a boy riding a bike got swept away with a gas cylinder and a child while trying to cross it. The people of the area showed courage and brought them out safely from the strong waves of water. Even before this, many pictures of floods came out from Ratlam.

Rain became trouble in UP and Bihar too

At the same time, after heavy rain in Bahraich, UP, a bus got stuck in water, which had to be removed by sweating. For this, the help of a tractor was taken and then it was tied to the bus and dragged. The havoc of heavy rains continues in many areas of Bihar as well. Due to the erosion of the Ganges river in Bhagalpur, people’s houses are getting absorbed in the river.

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While a large part of this house got submerged in water in Navgachia of Bhagalpur, due to the sudden flood in a river in Rohtas, the breath of many Kawadis got stuck.

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