Maharashtra Flood, People Are Catching Fish In The Strong Flow Of The Dam In Chandrapur Maharashtra
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Rain and floods continue to wreak havoc in Maharashtra. There have also been incidents of landslides at many places in Maharashtra due to floods. At the same time, despite the strong current of the dam, people are risking their lives for their livelihood as people are risking their lives to catch fish despite the heavy flow of Pakadiguddam dam in Chandrapur district.
#WATCH , Maharashtra: People risk their lives for fishing despite overflowing of Pakadiguddam Dam in Chandrapur district amid heavy downpour in the region pic.twitter.com/uC7hq4C5Wm
— ANI (@ANI) July 14, 2022
At the same time, due to heavy rains, the Meteorological Department has issued a red alert in 11 districts of Maharashtra including Mumbai and Pune. At the same time, many areas of Chandrapur city of Maharashtra were submerged after the doors of the Irai dam were opened due to rise in water level due to rain.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on Wednesday took stock of the situation arising out of rains and floods. He directed the officials to keep all the essential services on alert. He directed the officials to prevent any untoward incident and provide timely assistance to the affected people. Heavy rains lashed many parts of Maharashtra on Thursday.
Water filled in low-lying areas of Mumbai
The low-lying areas were inundated due to intermittent rains since Wednesday morning in Mumbai and its surrounding areas. Normal life was affected due to heavy jam on the roads in the entire city. There is some relief to the people as the local tray, which is called the lifeline of Mumbai, remains unaffected. Trains slowed down on the Harbor line.
Rescued people trapped in flood
SDRF team rescued 15 people today at Tumsar in Bhandara district of Maharashtra. They were trapped in a temple there due to floods. The water level of rivers has increased due to continuous heavy rains in the state for three days.
rescued from flood
Indian Coast Guard continues rescue operation in Navsari district of Gujarat. Locals of Golavad and Fadvel villages near Kaveri river in Navsari district, trapped due to flash floods on the banks of river Kaveri, were rescued.