Monsoon Fury Keeps People on Toes

Monsoon fury wreaks havoc in Delhi and Himachal Pradesh, causing heavy rainfall, landslides, and fatalities, leading to road closures and disrupted daily life.

Monsoon Fury: When Rain Became a Threat to the Lives of People

This Year Rainfall Became a Threat to the Lives of People in Delhi. Heavy Downpour Caused Many Accidents. People Faced Difficulty in Travelling Because Almost All the Roads Were Blocked as Delhiites Experienced the Season’s First Heavy Rainfall.

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This Was the Highest Recorded Rainfall in Delhi After 1982 . Cm Arwind Kejriwal Announced That Schools Will Remain Closed Due to Bad Conditions of Roads, Heavy Rainfall and Safety . People Are Upset Because of Waterlogging in Many Areas .

Five People in Himachal Pradesh Died Because of Landslides and All the Roads Have Been Blocked.
Due to Heavy Rainfall in Delhi at Least 14 People Have Been Reported Dead. Cm Has Ordered Closure of Schools for 2 Days Due to the Bad Conditions, Many Drains Are Overflowing and Imd Has Issued Red Flag Because of Heavy Rainfall .

Authorities in J&k Suspended the Amaranth Yatra on the Third Day by Looking at the Condition and Many People Are Missing Due to the Landslides.

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Red Alert Has Also Been Issued in Uttarakhand Where 3 People Died and Some Are Missing. Highway Named Badrinath Was Closed Due to Landslides.

Rain in the First 8 Days of July Has Created Many Problems and Became a Threat to the Lives of Many People.

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