14 July :- The entire Gujarat is in the throes of torrential rain. 30 districts of Gujarat are affected by floods and rain. So far, 19 people have died in the rain and the danger is that there is an alert for heavy rain for some days.
Actually when the rain crosses the ocean, the ocean also starts to shrivel. This is happening in Navsari of Gujarat. After torrential rains, waves are rising in the ocean. The water of waves of 35 to 40 feet high will land on the villages surrounding the villages.
The bridge connecting Rajula to the Kambhariya village was swept away in the water flowing. The surviving bridge is throwing water on the bridge. When the rest of the part also flows, there is no place. Despite being so in danger, some people are present on the bridge. Things are that there can be an accident at any time.
This rainy season of the new luxurious hospital in Junagadh has opened the bar. The water is dripping from the walls. Water is flooded in every part of the hospital. Doctors ‘rooms, whether casualty and whether patients’ wards are water everywhere. At present, this hospital has not even been inaugurated. On July 20, PM Modi is about to inaugurate Astal.
Damodar Kund of Junagadh is very popular in tourists. People come here to roam around. There is not enough water in common days. But there was so much water left over from the sky that the check dam had to leave the water. When the water was left behind, the trunk was not only rugged, but the direction of the water flow changed.
Clouds are also showering in Saurashtra. There is a flood in river basins, many dams are overflow. While the Amodara, Khatriwada, Vaadi and Manekpura villages of Una Tahasil are also in the grip of floods, their contact has also been broken. Bharuch is also floating in water. Water has penetrated inside the houses. Are bad, what tables and kitchen utensils are all submerged Nadia is flowing on the streets, malls and roads. The potholes of the roads are proven to be fatal. The situation is worse in Rajkot also. Water is killing people in homes, more than 150 people have been rescued here.