- So far 5700 people were evacuated to safer places in Gujarat, 6 deaths in Vadodara
- In Odisha, the school closed for two days, there was torrential rain in seven districts of Rajasthan.
New Delhi Heavy rains continued throughout the country. The Meteorological Department issued warnings on heavy rains in Gujarat, Goa, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh on Friday. According to the department, for the next three-four days, along with the South Maharashtra-Goa coast along with the winds of 40-50 kmph per hour on Maharashtra coast is estimated.
Incessant rains in Odisha and Rajasthan have created conditions with the flood. Schools in Odisha for the next two days will be closed. In Rajasthan 14 districts have received less rainfall and seven districts have received heavy rains.
Record of 35 years in Vadodara broken
Due to the flood, more than 5,700 people were taken to Vadodara and the surrounding areas. Officials said that six people have died since the rain in the city so far. In Vadodara rain has broken the record of 35 years. Crocodiles are floating on the streets. So far, maximum 159 mm of rains have been recorded in Surat.
Record 226 mm in Una of Himachal Pradesh
In Himachal Pradesh, record 226 mm of rainfall has been recorded in Una so far. The Meteorological Department said that in the next five days, there is an estimated heavy rains at different places in the state. While in Madhya Pradesh 19 districts have been warned of torrential rains in the next 48 hours. These include Guna, Ashoknagar, Shivpuri, Tikamgarh, Panna, Satna, Rewa, Chhatarpur, Sagar, Seoni, Balaghat, Anuppur, Dindori, Harda, Khandwa, Khargone, Badwani, Burhanpur and Dewas.