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- Madhya Pradesh Rain Alert Update; Bhopal Indore | Gwalior Chambal Jabalpur Betul Dewas Monsoon Forecast District Wise Today News
BhopalAn hour ago
In Madhya Pradesh, rivers and streams overflow due to rain. In Chhindwara, settlements and roads in low-lying areas were inundated due to heavy rains in the afternoon. Three children and their uncle were swept into the overflowing drain in front of Bhagwan Srichand School. The people saved the three children, but the children’s uncle has disappeared. The water level of river Ganjal has risen from Temrubahar in Harda to Rajabari and Bori area. School children compulsively risk their lives to cross the river to go to school.
On the other hand, the situation is deteriorating in Gwalior-Chambal. Water flows over the Bhadota Raptte in Kolaras due to floods in Sindh in Shivpuri. Rannaud and Kolaras have lost contact. Rice crops were submerged around the river. Water released from the Kota dam in Sheopur and incessant rains have swelled the Parvati and other rivers and streams along the Chambal river. The three villages of the district, Sundi, Sand and Jharbaroda became islands. The crocodile came out of the Kaliasot dam in Bhopal. That is why the team of the Municipal Corporation expelled the tourists present here.
Meteorologist HS Pandey said that there will be some relief from heavy rains in the state during the next 4 days. Due to the northward movement of the trough line, the period of heavy rains will be slow in the state. There will be rain due to the humidity. From time to time, there can be heavy downpours. The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of rain in the surrounding area including Bhopal.
Chambal above danger mark
Chambal is flowing above the danger mark in Morena and adjoining areas. People of Gram Panchayat Ratanbasai, Ludhavali, Used, Windwa, Raipur, Bhadawali and Nagaral district have been asked to remain alert. For 24 hours, 14 of the 18 gates of the Rajghat Dam built on the Betwa River in Ashoknagar had to be opened. Tawa, Narmada, Shipra, Betwa and Parvati have already crossed the danger mark.
Low-lying areas were inundated due to rain in Chhindwara.
The crocodiles were released from the Kaliasot dam in Bhopal
The danger of crocodile and alligator attack has increased along Bhopal’s Kaliasot Dam. People arrive to fish and party as soon as the gate is closed. Two crocodiles were seen near gate number 13 at night. Some distance away, people were fishing. These include children to women. As soon as the news of the crocodile’s presence was heard, the Municipal Corporation team reached the spot and chased the people. There are more than 21 crocodiles in the dam.
Twice the quota in Bhopal: 32 inches of water has fallen in a quarter of a month, the dam and pond are full
The paddy fields on the banks of the Sindh were submerged in Shivpuri.
This is a new system
Currently, there is an active low pressure area with cyclonic activities in the northern Arabian Sea. There is active cyclonic activity over East Rajasthan. A trough runs through it to the west-central Bay of Bengal through Madhya Pradesh-Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh-Andhra Pradesh. Also, the Monsoon Trough extends from Phalodi-Ajmer to Shivpuri-Sidhi and across the North-East Bay of Bengal via Ambikapur, Jamshedpur-Balasore. It has moved north. Now there is a possibility that the next Western Disturbance (winds from Pakistan) will be active from July 28 onwards.
The people of Jharbaroda village of Sheopur had to take the help of tubes to take the patients to the doctor.
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