This year, Delhi-NCR will rain again
The Meteorological Department says that after two days rain in Delhi NCR, now the monsoon cloud will move away for a few days. From July 20, the weather will again see the heat like before and this situation will continue until July 22. After this, there will be rain and rain in the monsoon once again since July 23 in Delhi-NCR. Although the rains on July 23 will be light, but on 24th and 25th of July the rainfall will accelerate. According to the Meteorological Department, the rains in these three days can give people much relief from heat. Apart from this, the lack of rain in the rain will also be far away. That is, the people of Delhi NCR will have to wait 3 days for the next rain.
Due to two-day rain pollution
Talk to you that after the long wait, there was strong rain in the Delhi-NCR monsoon on Monday. After this, the rains continued on Tuesday and the temperature was substantially depleted. On Wednesday, there was a light drizzling at some places. After two days of rain the weather became pleasant and people got relief from dust and pollution. Although there were clouds in the sky for several days before Monday, people had to wait a lot for the rain. During this time, the level of pollution along with heat was also increased in the weather. This rain of monsoon got a lot of comfort from the people.
Rainfall devastation in many states
On the other hand, rains have been widespread in some areas of the country. There are frequent intermittent rains in many areas of Uttarakhand. At the same time, rain and hailstorm in East Uttar Pradesh has left many people dead. Due to the rain, the districts which have suffered the most losses in Uttar Pradesh, are Unnao, Ambedkar Nagar, Prayagraj, Barabanki, Hardoi, Kheri, Gorakhpur, Kanpur, Pilibhit, Sonbhadra, Chandauli, Ferozabad, Mau and Sultanpur. Apart from UP, Uttarakhand, rain has resulted in heavy devastation in Bihar. Many areas of Bihar are completely submerged in the flood waters. People have to face severe problems for drinking water and for drinking.
53 lakh people in Assam
Apart from rain and floods in Assam, the worst conditions are bad. The flood has caused a stroke in Assam. The situation has become alarming due to the flood that 4128 villages in 28 districts of Assam have been created on the lives of more than 53 lakh people. At the same time, about 95 percent of Kaziranga National Park has also been submerged in the flood. According to official figures, 27 people have died in the flood so far. 17 animals have died due to water filling in Kaziranga National Park, while a large number of animals are running around looking for a safe place to save their lives. NDRF and SDRF teams are constantly engaged in relief and rescue operations. Given the poor condition of the flood, Prime Minister Modi took stock of Assam's Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on phone and reviewed the condition of the flood situation in the state and assured the state from all the help from the Center to form the situation.