Heavy rains at various parts of Jaipur since Friday night time, have left many areas submerged. People confronted issues as a result of accumulation of water in many different low-lying areas and roads.
Incessant rainfall hit regular life in Jaipur the place many areas confronted waterlogging right now. Heavy rains have been pounding the district since Friday night time, leaving many areas round Sikar Road and Jal Mahal submerged. People confronted issues as a result of accumulation of water in many different low-lying areas and roads. Rainwater amassed on Tonk Road, SMS Hospital premises, B2 Bypass, Jawahar Nagar, and Vidyadhar Nagar amongst others.
Rainwater entered the basement of the federal government hospital in Gangauri Bazar. Waterlogging led to visitors jams on a number of roads together with the Jaipur-Ajmer freeway. Rajasthan Food and Civil Supplies Minister Pratap Singh Khachariyawas visited a number of rains-hit areas in the city and gave essential instructions to officers.
State Disaster Response Force commandant Rajkumar Gupta stated SDRF groups have been alert and engaged in rescue and aid works in completely different areas. Several vehicles and different automobiles broke down inflicting hassle for different commuters. Many colonies in low-lying areas confronted waterlogging.
“I have visited several areas and issued directions to officials of the Municipal Corporation to provide relief to people. Mud pumps are being used to remove water from low-lying areas,” he stated. According to the climate division, heavy rainfall is more likely to proceed in Jaipur and Bharatpur right now.
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“Due to the formation of a new circulation system, there is a strong possibility of heavy rainfall activities in the districts under the Bharatpur and Jaipur divisions of North-East Rajasthan from August 1,” the division stated.
On the opposite hand, heavy to very heavy rainfall occurred at some locations in japanese Rajasthan through the 24-hour interval until Saturday morning.
Jaipur recorded a most of 16 cm rainfall, adopted by Lalsot in Dausa which obtained 12 cm rainfall. Bhim (Rajsamand), Atru (Baran), and Neem ka Thana (Sikar) recorded 9, 8 and seven cm of rainfall, respectively, whereas many different areas obtained under 7 cm rain throughout this era.