New Delhi: 15 June :- The country has been disrupted due to natural calamities. Many landslides and landslides have occurred. Floods have been created in northeast India. Due to monsoon turbulence, heavy losses in Kerala, Delhi’s turbulent cyclone also collapses. In Uttar Pradesh, 10 people have been killed in heavy rains and 14 people have died in the country.
10 Death of Uttar Pradesh
Lucknow: At least ten people were killed and 28 others injured due to heavy rain and lightning in different districts of Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday. Expressing fears of the death toll may increase. Among the deceased, six are from Sitapur district, three from Gonda district and one in Faizabad. The weather department expressed the possibility of dusty storm in Faizabad and Lucknow on Tuesday. In Uttar Pradesh, today there is dust storm in many parts and the result has been on the road.
Fourth Death in Kerala
Koli Kode: Koli Kodod and Mallapuram districts of Kerala have been damaged by rain since Wednesday, due to the rains, roads have been washed in some places and some have been completely devastated in some places. According to the state government, there are also four types of landslides and trenching collapses, in which 4 people have died and 8 are missing.
Storm in Delhi and Rajasthan with dust from Iran and Afghanistan
The impact of the massive dust storm in Iran and Afghanistan is felt in Rajasthan and Delhi. Due to the heat-stricken and rapidly blowing air, Delhi has become dangerous for air.
The dust has 9 times more than 10 standards, and it has crossed 830 micrograms per cubic meter. The weather department scientists have said that the dust source is Iran, South Afghanistan and Rajasthan.
Air in Rohtak of Haryana and Jaipur in Rajasthan has become very polluted. There is a possibility that such a situation will remain in these parts till the rain falls.
Warning: Rain may be observed in the south, central and eastern parts of the country. So there is a possibility of dust storms of 25 to 30 kmph for three days in Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and parts of Uttar Pradesh. The weather here will remain dry till June 18.
Rainfall of monsoon in northeast India
GUWAHATI: Rain has created a flood situation due to rain in parts of Assam, Tripura, Manipur and Arunachal regions of North India, and life has become disrupted. Tripura Chief Minister, Bipel Dev, inspected floods in the helicopter. NDRF teams have been rushed to help in Assam, Manipur and Tripura. Agartala and Guwahati have been flooded with water and roads are completely submerged. There is water on the railway tracks and some places have landslides.
Heavy rains lashed landslides in Lamding-Badarpur hill station area of Assam. These trains have been canceled. Rail services have also been affected. Rainfall in Tripura caused huge losses due to rain. Thousands of people have been evacuated to safer places. Chief Minister Dev asked for help from the Center.
Warning: Meteorological Department has warned of heavy rains in 48 hours in Tripura and many parts of south Assam. An alert has been issued in that area.
Flooding: There is flooding in Golaghat, Karbi Anglong East, Karbi Anglong West, Viswanath, Kairanganj and Halakandi areas of Assam. 50 Thousands of people have been moved to safer places. Many homes have been destroyed due to rain and the farm has suffered huge losses.