In some parts of Gujarat, rain; Dharampur In Valsad Gets 234 mm In 24 Hours

Weighty downpours in a few pieces of Gujarat made a flood-like circumstance and prompted numerous towns getting cut off, authorities said on Sunday. According to information from the State Emergency Operation Centre, some areas of the districts of Valsad and Navsari experienced extremely heavy rainfall over the course of a 24-hour period beginning Sunday morning.

According to officials, the National and State Disaster Response Forces (NDRF and SDRF) were engaged in operations to rescue stranded individuals after roads were flooded or washed away from several villages.According to the police, eleven people have died in rain-related incidents since Friday, making Jamnagar one of the districts with the worst effects.

On Friday, a three-year-old girl fell into a well while scooping water out of her flooded house. On Saturday, a rescue team discovered the bodies of two men who had gone missing after heavy rain, according to police.

Seven people were rescued by locals from one of the villages in the Limbdi taluka of the Surendranagar district as a result of the flooding of approach roads, according to state government officials.

In the mean time, Association Home Pastor Amit Shah said the Gujarat government was taking all endeavors to give help to individuals in the midst of weighty downpours.In Gujarat, heavy rains have caused a flood-like situation in many places, and the government is working hard to help those affected. spoke with @Bhupendrabjp, the Chief Minister, and learned about the situation.

“People in these areas are receiving assistance from NDRF and SDRF teams as well as local administration. “In these trying times, the people are supported by the central and state governments,” Shah tweeted.

As of now, the state has gotten 32 millimeters normal precipitation, with Dharampur taluka in Valsad area driving with 234 mm, the SEOC said.

It said that 205 talukas in the state got a lot of rain, with parts of the Valsad, Navsari, Junagadh, Amreli, Chhota Udepur, Ahmedabad, and Surendranagar districts getting between 100 and 234 millimeters of rain.

Until Monday morning, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted that isolated locations in the districts of south Gujarat and Saurashtra would experience heavy rains.

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