A red alert has been issued for ten dams in Kerala. The sad news is that the death toll due to floods and rains in Kerala has risen to 41.
natural havoc in Uttarakhand
The forecast of torrential rains for two consecutive days in Uttarakhand is having a massive impact today. Heavy rains have made the condition of common people miserable in many districts including the state capital Dehradun, Haridwar, Chamoli, Pithoragarh. The rivers and streams are in spate due to incessant rains.
The water level of rainy drains suddenly increased
Due to this, the traffic on the roads has also been affected. Debris is falling on the road from the mountains due to rain in the Champawat district. The wheels of the cars have stopped. Light snowfall has also started in Pithoragarh after the drop in temperature due to rain. According to the estimates of the Meteorological Department, on October 17 and 18, there was a possibility of rain and thundershowers in the state. In view of this, in many districts of the state, orders were given to close the schools up to class 12 on Sunday itself. All schools remained closed on Monday because of this.
Shocking pictures of the havoc caused by heavy rains in Uttarakhand
Especially from the areas related to the Char Dham Yatra, such pictures of pilgrims or tourists stranded due to rain are coming, which are enough to warn. For this reason, the Char Dham Yatris have been stopped. It is being appealed that the devotees should not go on the yatra till the situation of rain becomes normal. Thousands of Char Dham Yatris have been stopped at different stops. SDRF and police teams are rescuing the stranded devotees.
Rescue of about 22 people trapped in Jung Chatti
At the same time, due to heavy rains, while returning from Kedarnath, about 22 people trapped in Jang Chatti have been rescued by SDRF and police. All these people have been shifted to Gaurikund. Of these, a 55-year-old devotee, who had difficulty in walking, was shifted through a stretcher.