Rain wreaks havoc in many states including Jammu-Himachal

Rains wreak havoc

New Delhi: There are continuous reports of heavy rains in many country states. There are also reports of heavy losses in many places. From Jammu and Kashmir to Himachal, from Chhattisgarh to Telangana, rivers are causing havoc due to spate and floods. The mountains are cracking. Incidents of landslides have blocked the way for tourists in the mountains. Highways are getting jammed.

Traffic reached a standstill due to a massive landslide on the Budhal Mahour road in Jammu’s Reasi district. Here the mountain overflowed and merged into the river below. Its video is becoming increasingly viral on social media. In the video captured by people from a distance on mobiles, the land is cracking due to the landslide, and the soil of the mountain is seen falling into the river flowing in the ditch below the ground. In the part where the land has shifted, a road has also been cut off due to the disaster.

Telangana-Chhattisgarh highway jammed, rivers overflowed
At the same time, traffic between Telangana-Chhattisgarh was affected due to heavy rains. There are reports of heavy rain in both states. Many areas have been submerged. The water level of the river has come above the danger mark. Vehicular traffic between the two states has been stopped due to water logging on the highway connecting Telangana with the neighboring state of Chhattisgarh. Due to the continuous rise in the water level, people living in low-lying areas are in a panic.

Heavy damage due to rain in Himachal
Even in Himachal, pictures of devastation due to heavy rains are coming to the fore. Landslides are also being seen here amid heavy rains. Shimla-Kinnaur Highway has been blocked in many places. A large number of vehicles were stuck here due to the jam. Panic was witnessed in the night after the flood in Ani Bazar. Here the Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert. In Himachal Pradesh, the Meteorological Department issued a warning of heavy rain on Saturday.

Rains wreak havoc

Meteorological Department issued a warning
The local office of the Meteorological Department said that due to heavy rains, there is a possibility of landslides and flash floods and the flow of water in rivers and streams may also increase. The Meteorological Department also expressed the possibility of flood in the Solan, Shimla, and Sirmaur districts. Last night also, many areas of Shimla, Kinnaur, and Kullu districts were devastated by landslides. Shimla-Kinnaur NH-5, which was closed for three days, was hit by a landslide in Chaura in the morning. It is raining heavily in many places in Uttarakhand as well.