Rain havoc in Betul ... Pulia book, devotees surrounded by floods: Good rain in MP next 3 days; Water fell more than quota in Bhopal-Indore

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Rain havoc in Betul ... Pulia book, devotees surrounded by floods: Good rain in MP next 3 days; Water fell more than quota in Bhopal-Indore
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Indore, Jabalpur and Narmadapuram have been receiving good rains for two days. Water fell in Bhopal late Monday and late night. It has been raining intermittently since this morning. In 24 hours, rain in Betul caused havoc. A fair was held on Monday at Betul's younger Mahadev Bhopali. To reach the fair site, one has to cross the hill river. People were crossing the river, then suddenly there was a flood. 5-6 people got stuck in the middle river. All stood with the support of a broken tree. The ocean of Betul took the rope and jumped into the river and tied the rope from the tree and caught the rope standing on the other end. People could come out of the middle of the river with the help of rope.

The culvert of the Ambora river was broken and divided into two parts near Masod on Aathner Marg in Betul district. The road is closed. 13 goats died due to lightning in Shahpura area due to lightning. Two shepherds were injured. 4 inches of water fell in two hours in Prabhatatan in the district. 40 houses were damaged. The Nagpur highway remained closed for 4 hours due to water coming on the Sukhatwa bridge.

Due to good rains in Betul-Pachmarhi, the gates of Tawa Dam had to be opened in Narmadapuram. In Karamdi of Ratlam, the father and son riding the bike were swept away in the drain on Monday evening. People saved both. On the Ratlam-Jhabua road, water was flowing from the top of the report in Karamdi. In an attempt to cross, both of them were killed.

In 24 hours, where the rainfall was the highest rainfall during the last 24 hours, Chhindwara and Pachmarhi received 2-2 inches in Chhindwara and Pachmarhi. Betul and Ujjain received 1.5–1.5 inch, Ratlam, Narmadapuram, Gwalior received 1-1 in. Half-half inch water fell in Indore, Raisen, Sagar, Mandla, Dhar, Bhopal. Khargone, Seoni, Damoh, Malajkhand, Umaria, Datia, Shivpuri and Khandwa also received rain. Heavy rains will also start in Bhopal, Sagar and Shahdol. Senior meteorologist Ved Prakash Singh said that for the next three days, there will be strong rains in most areas of the state. As of now, the rest of Madhya Pradesh has received heavy rains except in Bundelkhand, Baghelkhand and Mahakaushal in Madhya Pradesh. Right now this system is less expected to rain in these areas.

System prepared in the Bay of Bengal

Currently take around the coastal Andhra Pradesh in the Bay of West Bengal. The pressure area has become active. It will become more active from Tuesday. The monsoon trough extends from Jaisalmer-Kota to Guna-Jabalpur and Pendra Road to North Andaman Sea. For this reason, the southern part of Madhya Pradesh is receiving good rains in Indore, Jabalpur and Narmadapuram. Cyclone is active over western Rajasthan. The parallel offshore trough from Maharashtra to Karnataka coast has also been activated.

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