Torrential Rains Resulting In Flood Like Situation In Maharashtra, Telangana

The flood situation in Assam has improved considerably with all rivers flowing below the danger levels.

The weather service has forecast sporadic, heavy rain for today over Punjab, Haryana, and north Uttar Pradesh.
Since the beginning of a rainy monsoon, heavy rain has been falling in a number of areas of Maharashtra for the previous few days. According to news agency PTI, the Gadchiroli district in eastern Maharashtra has lost contact with 128 villages owing to severe rain.
In addition to Gadchiroli, the Marathwada region’s Hingoli and Nanded districts have also been impacted by heavy rain, according to a report published on Saturday by the state relief and rehabilitation department.
Telangana issued a red alert after unusually heavy rain was observed in the districts of Jayashankar Bhupalpally, Nizamabad, and Rajanna Sircilla. Following a red alert, Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao asked residents to exercise self-precaution and stay inside unless an emergency arises.
Assam’s flood situation has greatly improved because all rivers are now flowing below the danger levels. There have been no recent deaths reported. However, according to a statement from the Assam State Disaster Management Authority, 6,27,874 individuals are harmed by the floods (ASDMA).
According to reports from the news agency PTI, which cited officials, there were two separate flash flood reports on Saturday night in the Himachal Pradesh districts of Kullu and Chamba. It continued that no fatalities had been reported.

On Saturday, lightning strikes in Uttar Pradesh claimed the lives of five people: two in Gorakhpur, one in Lalitpur, and one in Sambhal.

High-tech tools and sniffer dogs are being employed in the rescue efforts in Jammu and Kashmir after a cloudburst disaster near the Amarnath cave shrine claimed 16 lives.

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