After affecting lives in Mumbai heavy rainfall moves to North and North-East India
Monsoon arrived in India little late but helped the country to get over the crisis of water across India. Heavy rainfall has been witnessed in India in July which first affected Mumbai and now it is affecting others parts of India. More than 30 people lost their life in Mumbai and Pune after Wall collapse and waterlogging.
15 people have lost their lives after the heavy rainfall in UP
Uttar Pradesh has also been witnessed heavy rainfall in the last three days. About 15 people lost their lives in 14 districts after the torrential rainfall and thunderstorm. From July 9 to July 12, 23 animals were killed and 133 buildings collapsed in UP due to the heavy rainfall and thunderstorm.
Most affected districts affected are Ambedkar Nagar, Unnao, Mau, Sultanpur, Mao, Firozabad, Prayagraj, Gorakhpur, Kanpur Nagar, Khiri, Hardoi, Barabanki, Sonabhadra, Pilibhit and Chandoli.
IMD has predicted rains and thunderstorm in coming five days
Partly cloudy sky with one or two spells of thunderstorm and rainfall has been predicted by Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) for Uttar Pradesh from Saturday to the next five days. IMD has also predicted the same for others state in Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Tripura, Mizoram, Madhya Maharashtra, Goa, Coastal Karnataka and Konkon.
Bihar which is a flood-prone state is witnessing heavy rainfalls which have increased the water level of river Ganga. Several areas in West Champaran is waterlogged. Waterlogging has affected people lives as there is water in their homes, school, roads and other places.
The north-eastern part of India is the most affected area after the rainfalls. As per the report of ANI, more than 300 houses have been vacated in Tlabung Town of Mizoram.
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