New Delhi : Monsoon Due to this, heavy rain in North-Central India is happening in many states of North and Central India. Due to this, the rivers and streams are in spate, due to which there has been flood in many places and similar situation remains in many places. Apart from the hill states, the situation is bad in Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Jammu, Assam, West Bengal and other places. There are also reports of people getting washed away in the strong current of the river in many places and there has been a lot of damage to goods in many places. The Indian Air Force is taking the front in many places and is running the relief and rescue operation of the people trapped in the flood.
The Meteorological Department (IMD) has also issued notices to Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand (Uttarakhand), Western Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat. Gujarat) has also predicted heavy rain for the next 2 to 3 days.
Let us know state-wise where is the situation…
The Indian Air Force took the lead in Hooghly in West Bengal and Shivpuri in Madhya Pradesh to help the flood victims. In Hooghly, 31 people were rescued through two helicopters, while in Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh, 10 people were rescued by helicopter.
Jhalawar – While crossing the temporary bridge built in, a person got washed away in the strong current of water. The villagers rescued him.
Bundi – Due to the good rains in the district as well as the springs erupting from the mountains, people are coming in large numbers to have picnics at the picnic places.
The spell of rain continues in Rajasthan. For the first time this season, it has rained above average. On Tuesday, Red Alert has been issued in 3 districts, Orange Alert has been issued in 9 districts. The Meteorological Department has issued a red alert for Baran, Sawai Madhopur and Kota on Tuesday. Director of Meteorological Department Radheshyam Sharma said that heavy to very heavy rains may occur in these districts. Apart from this, there is a possibility of heavy rain in 9 districts of the state. According to the Meteorological Department, heavy rain may occur in Ajmer, Jaipur, Alwar, Karauli, Bhilwara, Tonk, Bundi, Chittorgarh and Jhalawar districts.
Jhalawar – A school teacher on the culvert located on Mandvi road of K Mandvi tried to get out of the bike to cross the road in the strong current of the drain, but due to the high flow, the teacher got stuck in the fast flow of the rainy drain due to the bike slipping. The villagers rescued the teacher by putting a rope.
Alwar – The heavy rain in the district on Monday started inflow of water into the springs flowing from the hills of Bala Quila. After this, a large number of people started arriving in these springs to take bath.
Jaipur – Due to rain, an accident happened in Parkote of Jaipur. Here a 100-year-old banyan tree fell in the Bapu market of the pink city. Several vehicles were buried under it due to the falling of the tree, while one driver was seriously injured.
Shivpuri – The natural spring of Bhadaiya Kund is in its full glory. Due to the incessant rain here, the waterfall is flowing from time to time. A large number of tourists are reaching here. However, no security arrangements have been made.
Morena – Due to excessive rains in many areas in the district, rivers and streams are in spate. The bridge built on the Jaroli Ghat of the river with a height of 50 feet and a length of 300 feet has been completely submerged. The flow of the river is 5 feet above the height of the bridge. There is a 500 feet wide torrent running.
Guna – Due to the continuous rains in the district, the rivers and streams have come in spate. The dams built in the district have overflowed. Sanjay Sagar Dam located in Raghogarh has overflowed. Along with this, Bhujaria pond and other ponds near Guna city have also started overflowing. Due to overflow in Singer Badshah pond, water has been filled in the lower settlements.
Tikamgarh – The Betwa and Jamni rivers are in full spate. Here water is flowing over the bridges. The administration has issued an alert not to go to the river bank, but even after this, people are taking selfies by going to the river bank and risking their lives.
Barabanki – In all the flood-affected villages, now after the water level of the Saryu river has started receding, the villagers have started demolishing their houses themselves, fearing that the house will be drowned in the river, due to which the bricks in it and Other items can be used later. The video of villagers demolishing houses is going viral on social media.
Jhansi – Due to continuous heavy rain for 18 hours in the city, the city became water-water. The streets of the city were flooded with 4-5 feet of water. People got upset due to water filling in shops and houses. Water logging on the main roads of the city is causing a lot of problems in the movement of people.
Even the boat is being used inside and outside the Orchha Gate of Jhansi Kotwali area. When children were seen roaming on the road in a boat in the rain, the general public was upset. People were seen floating on the tube in Datia Gate area. Cars, motorcycles etc. stopped due to water filling on Jhansi Mandi Road and people were seen pushing them.
Bijnor – On the other hand, on the other hand, many fit waters of the Ganges have accumulated water in the growing crops of farmers, due to which hundreds of bighas of farmers are seen to be damaged. .
Dibrugarh – In this, the villagers have to cross the river risking their lives. The villagers are demanding the government to build a bridge.
Haridwar – The car of a person who had come to attend the funeral near the crematorium near the cremation ground started flowing in the water due to sudden water coming in the dry river on Monday.
Udhampur – The army prepared the bridge in 5 days. This bridge was washed away due to heavy rains and landslides.