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India Weather Forecast Monsoon Heavy Rainfall UP Rajasthan MP Flood

Heavy Rainfall in India: In many states across the country,...

Heavy Rainfall in India: In many states across the country, people are suffering due to heavy rains and floods. After causing havoc on the mountains, the overflowing rivers are creating chaos in the plains. Especially in UP, the fierce form of these rivers has come to the fore. The homes of people living on the banks of river Ganga and Yamuna are being destroyed. Due to the rising water level of Ganga and Yamuna rivers, there is an atmosphere of panic in many cities of UP.

In the Sangam city of Prayagraj, the water level of both the Ganges and Yamuna rivers has started rising rapidly once again. Here the water level of both the rivers is increasing at the speed of about 3 to 4 cm per hour.

Water level of many rivers increased in UP

Due to the rise in the water level of rivers in UP, flood water entered many areas along the banks of the Ganges. All the roads and roads there were occupied by water. In many localities, flood water has started entering the houses. Due to this people are facing lot of problems. Talking about the rural areas, the connectivity of many villages with the cities has been lost. Seeing the deteriorating situation, NDRF and SDRF have also been called. The maximum impact of floods is being felt in Sangam and its surrounding areas. Boats are plying on the roads at many places.

Water in monasteries and temples

Flood waters have entered all the monasteries, temples and ashrams near the Sangam. The doors of many temples have been closed. At the same time, in Ballia, Ganga has started scaring people. Due to the ever-increasing water of the river, there is a danger of drowning 18 villages. Due to which the people there are in panic. In view of the situation, the administration has also started preparations to provide facilities to the affected people. The Yamuna is wreaking havoc in Chitrakoot, the devastation in Rajapur here has knocked down houses and shops.

Flood in Hamirpur and Auraiya of UP

Flood has also knocked in Hamirpur and Auraiya districts of UP. The connectivity of many villages of these two districts has been completely broken. Many areas of the district were surrounded by water and boats started plying on the roads and roads on which the vehicles used to run. Innocent children have to take help of boat to go to school and then reach home. Arrangements were made in the shelter home for those whose houses were completely submerged. Many people camped on the road to avoid the floods. Yamuna and Betwa rivers are in spate in Hamirpur district, due to which there is an outcry due to floods. 64 villages of the district have been hit by floods. There is water everywhere in Sikrodi village of Ajitmal tehsil of Auraiya district.

Ganga water level rises in Varanasi

In Varanasi, the water level of the Ganges is rising continuously, due to which water has entered the low-lying areas. Many temples have submerged in water. Ganga has taken the historic Assi Ghat in the lap. Now Ganga is desperate to come towards the city. The Varuna, a tributary of the Ganges, is also becoming rough. Varuna’s water has entered the houses on the banks of the river in Nakkhighat. Many people were forced to flee to save their lives.

Yamuna river in spate in Banda

Yamuna river has started wreaking havoc in Banda. Yamuna river is flowing almost 2 meters above its danger mark. Due to which flood water has entered the nearby village situated on the banks of the river. On one hand, where the flood water is increasing the trouble by entering the houses of the people, the crops planted in thousands of bighas in the flood affected area have also been submerged. Banda to Kanpur-Fatehpur route has been closed. UP Minister of State for Jal Shakti Ramkesh Nishad also visited the flood affected area to take stock of the situation.

Flood trouble in many parts of Rajasthan

Due to floods in many parts of Rajasthan, people’s trouble has increased. The situation is worse due to floods in Kota, Udaipur and Bharatpur divisions. The threat of floods also persists in many cities. Kalisindh river is in spate in Anta of Baran district, due to which many villages of Baran including Palayatha, Ladwara, Raipuria, Baldara, Patunda, Hanotia, are affected. Meanwhile, state CM Ashok Gehlot visited the flood-hit area of ​​Hadoti division on Thursday. Earlier, the CM had directed the District Collector of the flood-affected areas to provide immediate disaster relief. Apart from this, instructions have also been given for girdawari of the damaged crops of the farmers. Thousands of people have been evacuated from the flood-affected areas and shifted to safer places.

rain alert again in mp

The process of rain in Madhya Pradesh has stopped a bit. However, after the rains in many districts of the state in the last few days, the situation of flood remains. Many districts are still facing problems due to the overflowing of rivers and streams. The gates of the dams are open at many places. Half a dozen villages of Bhind are in the grip of floods. Many districts including Sagar, Morena, Vidisha, Raisen are affected due to rise in water level in many rivers including Betwa, Chambal, Parvati. The Meteorological Department has issued a rain alert in many districts of the state today. In Rewa division, Panna, Damoh, Tikamgarh, Chhatarpur districts, there is a possibility of thunderstorms with heavy rains. At the same time, there is a possibility of lightning in some areas of Shahdol, Narmadapuram, Bhopal divisions, Jabalpur, Katni, Sagar districts.

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