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Soil rains in Mumbai in many areas, floods in Bihar, Assam – 174 deaths so far


  • Three cars collide in Mumbai due to rain on Andheri flyover, 8 injured
  • 28 lakh people were displaced after floods in 19 districts of Assam, 1.09 crore people affected in floods in Assam
  • 28 deaths due to lightning falling in eight districts including Bihar, Patna, Aurangabad, Jamui and Bhagalpur

Mumbai. The rainy season has started again in several cities of Maharashtra. On Tuesday night, heavy rains in Mumbai caused water logging in many areas. Due to drowning on the track, local train service was affected. People are having trouble going to the office due to jam on main roads. On Wednesday morning, three cars collided with the rain on the Andheri flyover, in which 8 people got injured. On the other hand, flood situation in Bihar and Assam remains worrisome. So far, 106 deaths have been reported from Assam and 68 deaths have occurred in Bihar. 1.09 crore people are affected in both states

After heavy rains in Mumbai, water was flooded with knees on Hindmata, Dadar, Andheri, Sion roads and railway tracks. Up till 5:30 in the morning, Colaba had 171 mm of rains, while Santa Cruz received 58 mm of rain. According to the Meteorological Department, due to the condition of cyclone, there will be heavy rains in the city for the next two days. Raigad and Ratnagiri districts may have heavy rains on Thursday. Here, on an average, 840 mm of rains is in July, whereas till July 8, 708.7 mm has been rains.

28 people on Tuesday by lightning killed 28 by lightning in Bihar Patna, Aurangabad, Jamui and Bhagalpur including 8 districts went dead. At the same time, the population of more than 8.85 lakhs affected by floods in 12 districts of Bihar has been affected. Due to floods, 27 people died in Sitamarhi, 25 in Madhubani, 12 in Araria, 10-10 in Shivar and Darbhanga, 9 in Purnia, 5 in Kishanganj, 3 in Supaul, 2 in East Champaran and Muzaffarpur. Kosi, Mahananda, old Gandak, Bagmati, Advara group, Kamala Balan and Parimal river of the state are flowing above the danger mark.

Heavy rains in Himachal and Uttar Pradesh, the Meteorological Department has issued heavy rain warnings in Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh in the next 48 hours. From Tuesday morning till evening, 51 mm in Banda, 49.4 in Bahraich, 12.6 in Gorakhpur, 17 in Uri, 18 mm in Ballia recorded. Himachal has received 39% less rainfall than normal in the monsoon season. 69% in Chamba, 10% in Hamirpur, 39% in Kangra, 69% in Kinnaur, 34% in Kullu, 94% in Lahoul and Spiti, 48% in Mandi, 18% in Shimla, 33% in Sirmaur, 20 in Solan % And Una recorded 25% less rain.

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