IMD issues alert in many states; Heavy rain in Telangana & Maharashtra

Heavy Rain recorded in many states of India. IMD also issued alert in such a situation. Streets are full of water and flood like situation seen in many places.

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Rain Alert (PC: Social Media)

New Delhi: The Meteorological Department has made fresh forecasts regarding rain. According to which, heavy rains with heavy thunderstorms may occur in Telangana and many areas around it. An alert has also been issued regarding this. NDRF teams have been dispatched to the areas which are most likely to be threatened.

Rain Alert in South Indian States:

So far 70 people have died here due to rain and floods. After which the administration has also been alerted. The state government is monitoring the situation. The work of helping people has been intensified.

The rains have also caused havoc in Hyderabad. The rain, which started at 6 pm on Saturday evening, continued till Sunday morning. Due to which the situation had improved a little earlier.

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Waterlogging in many cities:

The same situation arose in the city once again. Water started appearing on the roads in many areas. Traffic got jammed. Vehicles were seen flowing in the water.

Vehicles stopped on the highway. The lake in the Balanagar area of ​​the city overflowed. The surrounding areas were flooded. The Bundelaguda near Singapore township and Uppal in Medchal Malkajgiri recorded more than 15 cm of rainfall.

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On the other hand, farmers are deeply saddened by the loss of crops due to heavy rains. On Sunday, the convoy of Maharashtra minister Vijay Vadettivar was stopped in Nanded district. He demanded the minister that instead of conducting the survey, the government should provide him immediate help.

The farmers demanded the state disaster management and relief and rehabilitation minister to declare a famine due to rain. Warned the government that they would take to the streets in Mumbai if the demands were not met.

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