Maharashtra: People stranded due to heavy rain in Nagpur, holiday declared in schools, NDRF takes charge

Last night’s rain in Nagpur, Maharashtra has become a cause of trouble for the people. Many areas have been flooded due to heavy rains. There are reports of many people trapped in the bus depot and some houses. NDRF’s help is being taken for rescue. Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is constantly monitoring the situation of heavy rains in Nagpur.

Announcement of holiday in schools of Nagpur district and metropolis

Due to continuous rain in the areas of Nagpur since 2 o’clock in the night, a large amount of water has accumulated in the low-lying areas of the city. Ambazari lake has overflowed and the disaster management team of the district and metropolitan administration is working. Collector and Municipal Corporation Commissioner inspected many parts of the city this morning. The Disaster Management Department is keeping an eye on the situation in the city and district. All schools of the district (district and metropolitan area) collector Dr. Vipin Itankar has announced holiday today.

Administration active to rescue people stranded at some places

Ambazari Lake is filled to the brim due to heavy rains. The surrounding low-lying areas have been affected by this. Other parts of the city have also been affected. Devendra Fadnavis has directed Nagpur Collector, Municipal Corporation Commissioner and Police Commissioner to immediately activate several teams to rescue people stranded at some places. NDRF and SDRF teams are also being deployed.

More than 100 mm of rain in just 4 hours

Devendra Fadnavis said on Nagpur rains, “Due to heavy rains in Nagpur last night, Ambazari lake has overflowed and water has entered some areas. The Collector told me that more than 100 mm of rain fell in just 4 hours. Nagpur Collector, Municipal Corporation Commissioner have reached the spot and necessary steps are being taken immediately. Instructions have been given that the citizens trapped in low-lying areas should be helped first. One team of NDRF and two teams of SDRF for rescue work. “We have been deployed. We are in constant touch with the administration and are monitoring the situation.”

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