Rainfall Update: Toys like cars in water, shocking videos of Delhi, Punjab, Gurugram

Monsoon Rainfall: The storm has created havoc. Due to torrential rains, there has been a spate in the rivers. There has been flood in Beas, Sutlej, Yamuna and Ravi rivers. In some areas too, the rains have created flood-like conditions. Roads have become swimming pools in many parts. Cloudbursts, landslides and floods have claimed many lives in Himachal Pradesh. Due to torrential rains in the states, the situation has become uncontrollable. Vehicles are seen floating on the roads like boats. NDRF teams are rescuing people at some places. 

The department has issued an alert in many states including Jammu Kashmir, Ladakh, Kerala, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh. Due to the rains in the national capital, the authorities have warned about the rising water level of the Yamuna. Many pilgrims drowned in the Ganges after a vehicle fell into the river in Uttarakhand. The rainfall in the national capital on Saturday, July 8 broke the record of the last 40 years.

WATCH Due to the incessant rains in Himachal Pradesh, the Lagghati ravine in Kullu is in spate. The video is from near Kullu bus stand. pic.twitter.com/69eC9m0p2m

— ANI_HindiNews (@AHindiNews) July 10, 2023


Flood-like situation in Punjab
The rains have also created a flood-like situation in Punjab. Due to heavy rains, many low-lying areas of the state were flooded on Sunday, July 9. People faced long jam. Patiala, Fatehgarh Sahib, Rupnagar and Mohali have been affected due to rain. Flood like situation was witnessed in Dera Bassi area. NDRF teams are conducting rescue operations after heavy rains caused flooding of residential buildings in Dera Bassi. Chandigarh received the highest rainfall in a single day in 23 years.

| Mohali, Punjab: NDRF team carries out rescue operations after residential buildings in Dera Bassi got heavily flooded due to massive rainfall pic.twitter.com/Sz9FIjIUXs

— ANI (@ANI) July 9, 2023

Uttarakhand: A Himachal Pradesh Roadways bus going to Dehradun got stuck in a drain near Vikasnagar yesterday. The viral video has been confirmed by the police. pic.twitter.com/OGm98REiUE

— ANI_HindiNews (@AHindiNews) July 10, 2023

Chances of rain in Delhi for the next two days
The highest rainfall in a single day in 40 years in the national capital made people worried. The Meteorological Department has predicted more torrential rain for the next two days. Parks, underpasses, markets and hospitals were submerged due to heavy rains. Videos and pictures of people wading through knee-deep water went viral on social media. Water has been filled up to the knees in many places, due to which the videos of people passing by are becoming increasingly viral on social media. One such video of the national capital is going viral. In which a part of the road was sunken and people were passing. 

After street by street lake, now the people of Delhi have also got the facility of beach road swimming pool. A view of the road in Sector 23-24 of Delhi’s Rohini… The entire road has caved in due to rain. pic.twitter.com/yL6UUMVI9y

— Gaurav Agrawal (@GauravAgrawal) July 9, 2023

VIDEO | Locals rescued passengers from a car after it got stuck on an inundated road due to heavy rainfall in Haryana’s Gurugram. pic.twitter.com/h8qo35HIko

— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) July 9, 2023

The process of heavy rains continues in Gurugram as well. A video of passengers trapped inside a car on a waterlogged road is going viral in the area. In the video, the local people are seen trying to save the passengers. The rains have created havoc in Himachal Pradesh. Videos of NDRF teams carrying out rescue operations are going viral from several places in the state.

Himachal Pradesh: Water level of Beas river rises due to heavy rains in Mandi. A car was washed away due to the strong current of water.

(Source: Police) pic.twitter.com/JgGS75ZaLB

— ANI_HindiNews (@AHindiNews) July 9, 2023


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