Jaipur: Rain has wreaked havoc in several parts of India amid corona. From Maharashtra to Rajasthan... Many places have submerged the cities, lakhs of acres of crops have been destroyed and all have been rescued and sheltered in relief camps. The situation is similar in Fatehpur Shekhawati in Rajasthan. People used to yearn for rain here, but this time the rain has wreaked havoc.
The temperature normally crosses 40 degrees in Fatehpur Shekhawati in Rajasthan, but this time the rains have wreaked havoc that The Juznu Road in Fatehpur has become an island. The entire Sarnath temple has been submerged. The Government Dhanuka Hospital was also flooded. This time Fatehpur Shekhawati received the highest rainfall. Sikar, Khandela and Fatehpur received rain but other areas of the district remained dry. Dense clouds prevailed in many areas, including Sikar city, in the evening, but people had to settle for the drizzle. Khandela and adjoining villages received 11 mm rainfall in the afternoon. After the rains, the water from the mountains entered the main market of the town, making the road a river.
At the same time, five or seven children from Harijan Basti near the cinema hall started bathing in rainwater. Suddenly the flow of water intensified, causing a boy to drift away. After flowing for some distance, the shopkeepers pulled him out safely. Fatehpur also received an hour of heavy rain in the evening, causing waterlogging everywhere.