Imd Mumbai Says Due To Heavy Rainfall Entire North Konkan Is On Red Alert Including Mumbai And Thane – Heavy Rainfall In Maharashtra: Red Alert Announced In Mumbai And Thane, Including North Konkan

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Updated Thu, 15 Oct 2020 06:04 AM IST

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In Maharashtra, Mumbai and Thane have started raining in other areas. A red alert has been issued for Mumbai and Thane along with North Konkan on Thursday. There is a possibility of heavy rains here.

The Indian Meteorological Department, Mumbai has put Mumbai and Thane on red alert, including the northern Konkan region of Maharashtra, for the rains today (October 15). Meanwhile, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are still raining as rain. The NDRF has taken over in both states. In both states, huge amounts of life and property have been damaged.

Heavy rains have led to water logging in some parts of Mumbai. Roads have become ponds near Sion Police Station and Kings Circle.

At the same time, heavy rains have led to waterlogging in some parts of Pune.

31 killed in rain-related accidents, heavy damage in Karnataka

In Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, 25 people died in rain-related incidents on Wednesday, while heavy rains occurred in Karnataka. The deep pressure area created in West Bengal, passing through the Kakinada coast, caused heavy havoc in the southern states. At the same time, six people including four people of a family were killed in an incident of wall collapse in Pandharpur in Solapur district in Maharashtra.

Maharashtra: Six killed in wall falling in Pandharpur
On Wednesday, a wall fell on the banks of the Chandrabhaga river due to heavy rains in Pandharpur in Maharashtra’s Solapur district, killing six people. police gave this information. An official said that the incident occurred near Kumbharghat in the city at 2:30 pm. Solapur Superintendent of Police Tejashwi Satpute said that the dead included four members of the same family whose residence was near the wall. Apart from this, there are two other people among the dead who took shelter to avoid the rain. The SP said that the Solapur (Rural) Police has registered a case of accidental death.

Army joins rescue operation in flood affected Hyderabad
The army has also joined the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) in relief and rescue operations in Hyderabad of severe rain and flood-affected Telangana and rescued many stranded people on Wednesday. The defense release stated that the state government had requested the army. After this, army personnel started relief and rescue operations in Bandalguda area.

The release said that many stranded people were rescued and large packets of food were distributed. It added that along with military aid teams, there are also medical medical teams of the army which are providing necessary first aid and medical assistance to the stranded people. Significantly, heavy rains have led to flooding in low-lying areas of the city and elsewhere, and 19 people have died. Hundreds of people have been trapped due to water. The NDRF said that it has rescued more than a thousand people from Hyderabad and Rangareddy districts and the rescue operation is still on.

In Maharashtra, Mumbai and Thane have started raining in other areas. A red alert has been issued for Mumbai and Thane along with North Konkan on Thursday. There is a possibility of heavy rains here.

The Indian Meteorological Department, Mumbai has put Mumbai and Thane on red alert, including the northern Konkan region of Maharashtra, for the rains today (October 15). Meanwhile, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are still raining as rain. The NDRF has taken over in both states. A huge amount of life and property have been damaged in both the states.

Heavy rains have led to water logging in some parts of Mumbai. Roads have become ponds near Sion Police Station and Kings Circle.

At the same time, heavy rains have led to waterlogging in some parts of Pune.

31 killed in rain-related accidents, heavy damage in Karnataka

In Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, 25 people died in rain-related incidents on Wednesday, while heavy rains occurred in Karnataka. The deep pressure area created in West Bengal, passing through the Kakinada coast, caused heavy havoc in the southern states. At the same time, six people including four people of a family were killed in an incident of wall collapse in Pandharpur in Solapur district in Maharashtra.

Maharashtra: Six killed in wall falling in Pandharpur
On Wednesday, a wall fell on the banks of the Chandrabhaga river due to heavy rains in Pandharpur in Maharashtra’s Solapur district, killing six people. police gave this information. An official said that the incident occurred near Kumbharghat in the city at 2:30 pm. Solapur Superintendent of Police Tejashwi Satpute said that the dead included four members of the same family whose residence was near the wall. Apart from this, there are two other people among the dead who took shelter to avoid the rain. The SP said that the Solapur (Rural) Police has registered a case of accidental death.

Army joins rescue operation in flood affected Hyderabad
The army has also joined the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) in relief and rescue operations in Hyderabad of severe rains and flood-affected Telangana and rescued several stranded people on Wednesday. The defense release stated that the state government had requested the army. After this, army personnel started relief and rescue operations in Bandalguda area.

The release said that many stranded people were rescued and large packets of food were distributed. It added that along with military aid teams, there are also medical medical teams of the army which are providing necessary first aid and medical assistance to the stranded people. Significantly, heavy rains have led to flooding in low-lying areas of the city and elsewhere, and 19 people have died. Hundreds of people have been trapped due to water. The NDRF said that it has rescued more than a thousand people from Hyderabad and Rangareddy districts and the rescue operation is still on.



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