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After a 9-hour break in Bhopal, there was heavy rain again from 4pm on Tuesday. Suddenly dark clouds covered the place and it began to rain heavily. In the early hours of the morning it has also rained in many areas of the capital. Bhopal has received more than 4 inches of rain in the last 36 hours.
On Monday, children aged 4 and 6 were abducted in Bhopal-Narmadapuram amid the rain. Their bodies were found Tuesday. The Department of Meteorology has asked people living by the river to be alert. Madhya Pradesh has received 10.15 inches of rain so far. About 9 and a quarter inches of water fall into the state from June 1 to July 12. So far, 1 inch more water has fallen. However, Gwalior-Chambal, Baghelkhand is still expecting good rains.
Rescue of workers trapped in the river
In Sehore, all 6 workers trapped in the floods of the Oyp River were rescued. A stop is being built in the village of Sala Road, Nasrullaganj, in the district. On Monday night, between 15 and 20 workers worked there. Due to heavy rains, the river suddenly caught water. 6 workers were trapped on the other side of the river. The rescue team rescued these trapped workers overnight at 2 p.m.
Interior Minister Narottam Mishra has said the situation is now fully under control in 16 districts affected by heavy rains in the state. Toll-free numbers 1070 and 1079 have been issued to provide information on flooding and water saturation along with the creation of the statewide flood control room.
Warning for heavy rains in these districts
A heavy rain alert has been issued in Bhopal, Mandsaur, Agar, Narsinghpur, Ratlam, Neemuch, Rajgarh, Ujjain, Harda, Dewas, Shajapur, Seoni and Narmadapuram over the next 5 hours. With this, there is the possibility of heavy to very heavy rains in Sehore, Betul and Chhindwara.
4 in Bhopal, 3 inches of water fell on Seoni
During the last 24 hours, 4 inches of rain were recorded in the city of Raisen and Bhopal. 3 inches in Seoni, 2 inches in Narmadapuram and Guna, one and a half inches in Khandwa, 1-1 in Chhindwara and Malajkhand, half an inch in Gwalior, Khargone, Mandla and Narsinghpur. So far, due to rain in many districts of the state, rivers and streams have spilled. The houses were flooded. Rainwater overflowed from common roads to the highway. In view of the rainy situation in the state, Emergency Operations Centers (EOCs) have been set up at the 52 headquarters in the district. 96 The Rapid Response Team (QRT) is functional.
The children flowed to Bhopal and Narmadapuram
Bhopal A 4-year-old boy was dragged into a canal in the K. Bilkhiria area. His body was found 150 meters away. The events took place on Monday at four in the afternoon. According to police, Anees Khan, who lives in the village on the Amjhara Plateau, lives making a cover by the canal. His 4-year-old son was playing by the canal near Saddam’s house. He fell into the canal by slipping his feet. The body was found trapped in stones. read the full story
Narmadapuram The body of a 6-year-old boy, who was found in a rain drain in Rasuliya Harshitnagar of the city, was found after 15 hours. The police and the Domicile Guard team began the rescue again from 6 am on Tuesday. The boy was searched from Harshit Nagar to the Adamgarh drain. read the full story
Shivansh Yadav was dragged on Monday in a rainy drain in Narmadapuram.
The bolero rider saved from flowing to Chhindwara
In an attempt to cross the river overflowing in the Navegaon area of Chhindwara, three people riding Bolero came back to life. The villagers rescued the three people, after which the Bolero was tied with ropes and held. Navegaon police chief Abhishek Yadav said police, along with villagers, saved the bolero and people from the flow.
Bolero trapped in the strong current of the river in Navegaon of Chhindwara.
this system is raining
Currently, a low pressure area is active with a cyclone on the south coast of Odysha. The Monsoon Trough extends to the central east of Bengal Bay through Bikaner-Jaipur, Guna, Jabalpur, Pendra Road and the low pressure area. A trough runs parallel to Gujarat to the north coast of Kerala. Because of this, Madhya Pradesh, such as Bhopal, Vidisha, Raisen, Chhindwara, is receiving more rain.
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Rain in inches until July 12 in MP
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