Rain-related incidents have claimed the lives of 76 folks within the state throughout the ongoing monsoon season thus far, a report by the state catastrophe administration authorities mentioned on Sunday. Of the whole variety of deceased, 9 individuals died on Saturday – 4 in Wardha district, three in Gadchiroli and one every in Nanded and the coastal Sindhudurg district, it mentioned As many as 125 animals have perished since June 1 with rains lashing components of the state.
The India Meteorological Division (IMD) has forecast heavy rainfall within the coastal Konkan area until July 13. Rainfall of 64 mm to 200 mm is predicted within the area, the report mentioned.
In view of the Met division’s prediction, groups of the Nationwide Catastrophe Response Drive (NDRF) have been stationed within the costal districts, together with state capital Mumbai, it added.
In landslide and floodprone areas of Raigad and Ratnagiri districts, folks from susceptible areas have been shifted to safer areas, the report mentioned. Officers had mentioned on Saturday that at the least 130 villages in three districts of the state, all within the Marathwada and Vidarbha areas, have been affected by heavy rains that induced floods in components of those districts and atleast 200 folks had been evacuated.
In Gadchiroli district, communication with 128 villages was misplaced resulting from heavy rains. Aside from Gadchiroli, Hingoli and Nanded districts in Marathwada additionally acquired heavy showers on Friday and Saturday, the state aid and rehabilitation division had mentioned in its a bulletin on Saturday
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