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Heavy rains: Rains in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, 6,000 people rescued, death toll exceeds 100

Heavy rains in India: At least 14 people were killed in rain-related incidents in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh and thousands of people were evacuated due to heavy rains in parts of western and central India on Monday. Heavy rains and incessant rains in Maharashtra’s Garhchiroli district have raised the water levels of several rivers in Nashik district, leaving three persons missing, while several temples along the Godavari river have been submerged.

New Delhi: After the northeastern parts of the country, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Telangana have also been hit by heavy rains. Heavy rains in the last 24 hours have led to flood-like conditions in many parts of South and Central Gujarat, including Ahmedabad. About 6,000 people have been evacuated. Heavy rains have closed 388 roads, including the National Highway. Thirteen dams have been placed on high alert due to rising water levels. On the other hand, heavy rains in Nashik, Maharashtra on Monday raised the water levels of many rivers and submerged many temples. In Telangana, the water level of Godavari and its tributaries has risen due to rains. Due to this, the government has closed all educational institutions for three days.

Warning of heavy to very heavy rains in 5 districts of Gujarat

Heavy rains have killed at least seven people in several parts of southern and central Gujarat districts. The rains have caused flood-like conditions in many areas, while more than 9,000 people have been evacuated. While 468 were saved. In South Gujarat, Dang, Navsari, Tapi and Valsad districts were affected, while in Central Gujarat, rain-affected districts were Panchmahal, Chhota Udaipur and Khera. The meteorological department has warned of heavy to very heavy rains in Dang, Navsari, Valsad, Tapi and Surat during the next five days.


At least 63 people have been killed in Gujarat so far
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah have assured Gujarat of all possible help from the Center. State Disaster Management Minister Rajendra Trivedi said seven people have been killed in rain-related incidents in the last 24 hours. In Gujarat, 63 people have been killed in rain-related incidents such as lightning, drowning and wall collapses since June 1.

Gujarat Rain Video: Cars sank in some places due to rain, commotion in Ahmedabad city

The death toll in Madhya Pradesh has risen to 60
The meteorological department has issued ‘Orange Alert’ for heavy to very heavy rains in 33 out of 52 districts of Madhya Pradesh, while seven people have been killed in the last 24 hours due to lightning strikes due to incessant rains. At least seven people were killed in lightning strikes at various places during the 24-hour period which ended at 2.30 pm on Monday, a revenue official said. The number has risen to 60.

A ‘red’ alert has been issued in Nashik till July 14
Heavy rains and continuous rains in Maharashtra’s Garhchiroli district have raised the water levels of several rivers in Nashik district. Three of its people went missing. At the same time, many temples on the banks of the river Godavari were submerged. In Garhchiroli district, three people were stranded in a drain in the last three days and their bodies were later recovered, officials said. However, three other people are still missing after being swept away in the drain, he said. Mumbai and adjoining areas also received light rains on Monday. The IMD has issued a ‘red’ alert for Nashik district till July 14, forecasting heavy rains of more than 20 cm in 24 hours. Pune district has also been receiving heavy rains for the last few days.

Heavy rains wreak havoc in Nashik, many temples submerged in Godavari river, watch video

192 deaths in Assam
Meanwhile, an official bulletin on Monday said that more than 3.79 lakh people were still affected by floods in 10 districts of Assam. According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), no one drowned during the day, bringing the death toll from floods and landslides to 192 this year.

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