New Delhi: Nearly half of the country is witnessing rain's havoc. In Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Jammu and Kashmir and Chhattisgarh, the rain is continuously coming down from the sky. In Madhya Pradesh, a bike was swept away by river waves in Rajgarh, and some people on a car in Sihor escaped death. Sangli and Chandrapur in Maharashtra are also witnessing bad rain conditions. In Rajasthan, four people have been killed in flood in Bundi.
Heavy rains in Vadodara have created curfew-like conditions in the city. The whole city is transformed into a pond. The streets are flooded with knee-veon. On the other hand, the Aajwa Road, Waghodiya Road, Raopura, RVDesai Road, Rajmahal Road area are as if the sea is visible. In Vadodara
18 inches of rain is recorded in 14 hours.
In Madhya Pradesh, cloudy and rainy conditions have been continuing since Wednesday morning in other parts of the state including capital Bhopal. According to the Met department, the low pressure area in eastern Madhya Pradesh and adjoining Chhattisgarh is continuing to rain. During the past 24 hours, Baitul has recorded 26.6 mm of rainfall, Hoshangabad 87.2 mm and Narsinghpur 33 mm.
In Maharashtra, a 10-year-old boy and his father were killed in a landslide triggered by heavy rains in Thane early Tuesday morning and a large piece of a mountain collapsed at around 1 p.m. when a section of a mountain in Attoneshwar Nagar in The Kalwa suburb of Thane collapsed at around 1 p.m. In Bihar, 130 people have lost their lives so far due to floods in 13 districts. Even here the weather is quite bad at the moment.
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