Torrential rain from plains to mountains, cloud burst in Himachal, landslide in Uttarakhand -aabtak24


Monsoon Rain Update: In many states of the country, with the onset of monsoon, it is raining heavily. In the hilly areas, trouble has befallen the people. Along with landslides at many places, the incident of cloudburst has also come to the fore in Shimla of Himachal Pradesh. In view of the heavy rains, the Meteorological Department has issued a red alert in Uttarakhand and an orange alert for Himachal Pradesh. Waterlogging was also seen in big cities like Delhi, Gurugram, Mumbai after the rains.

This monsoon rain has brought troubles for the people of Uttarakhand. Due to rain, Gadera is in spate on the Gaurikund-Kedarnath pedestrian route. Because of this, the pedestrians who had left for Kedarnath got stuck there. The stranded passengers have been sent to Gaurikund and other safe places. Traffic was disrupted due to boulder falling on the road in Shyampur area of ​​Haridwar due to rain. Orange alert has been issued for many areas including Nainital, Dehradun, Tehri, Pauri due to heavy rains. 

Heavy rains in many areas of Uttarakhand

Cloud burst in Himachal Pradesh

Meteorological department issued alert

National Highway-3 closed due to sudden flood near Hanogi temple in Mandi. Due to which the tourists had to face difficulties in reaching their destination. In Himachal Pradesh, the Meteorological Department has issued an alert for the danger of flood due to sudden cloudburst in the next 24 hours. It is raining heavily in the northeastern states. Flood water has entered Nalbari district of Assam due to which lakhs of people are facing problems. 

Clouds rain heavily in the plains

It has rained in many parts of the national capital since Sunday morning. Because of which there was waterlogging at many places. Heavy waterlogging was seen after the rains in Gurgram district of Haryana, adjacent to Delhi. The Meteorological Department said that during the last 24 hours, it rained in many parts of Ambala, Karnal, Narnaul, Rohtak, Bhiwani, Gurugram, Kurukshetra and Mohali. Apart from this, there was light rain in Chandigarh, the joint capital of Punjab and Haryana. The department said that after the rains, a drop in the average minimum temperature has been recorded in Haryana and Punjab. 

Car stuck in river in Haryana

The Ghaggar river is in spate in Haryana’s Panchkula. During this, an accident also happened. Due to the rains in Khadak Mangoli of Panchkula, a car got washed away in the river due to the rising water of the river. A woman had parked her car on the bank of the river. The woman in the car has been rescued and admitted to the hospital. The vehicle was pulled out of the river with the help of a crane. 

Rain in UP and MP

Two killed in building collapse in Mumbai

Monsoon had knocked in Mumbai on Saturday itself. Maharashtra IMD official Sushma Nair said that there was heavy to very heavy rainfall in Mumbai in the last 24 hours. Monsoon has entered the entire state along with Mumbai from June 25. We have warned of heavy to very heavy rains in the coastal areas in the coming 4-5 days. There has been waterlogging in many areas of Mumbai on Sunday due to rain. During this, two buildings also collapsed in which two people died.

Orange alert issued in Odisha

IMD scientist Umashankar Das of Bhubaneswar told news agency ANI that low pressure has formed in the Bay of Bengal and North Odisha, due to which continuous rains are continuing. In the last 24 hours, 27.3 mm of rain has been received, which is 205% more, highest rainfall has been recorded in Sambalpur. Heavy rain has been recorded in 35 of our stations and very heavy rain has been recorded in 8 stations. The maximum impact of this low pressure will be in Odisha for the next 48 hours, so we have issued orange alert for 13 districts.  

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