The Himachal Pradesh government on Monday released helpline numbers as heavy rainfall batters the hill state. Toll free numbers 1070 and 1077 have been set up at the State Emergency Operation Center and in EOCs in several districts of the state respectively. Heavy to very heavy rainfall has been taking place in several parts of the state, as per India Meteorological Department. Solan and Una districts have received 17 centimetres of rain each followed by Mandi (12 cm), Shimla (9 cm), and Dharamshala (9 cm).
Weighty downpour persevered in different pieces of the nation including Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana. In Delhi, CM Arvind Kejriwal required a gathering with all clergymen, officials and city chairman over the circumstance in the public capital because of unremitting precipitation. According to Atul Garg, Delhi Fire Administration, a sum of complete 13 episodes of house breakdown were accounted for in the public capital.
As the state continued to receive heavy rainfall, IMD issued red alerts for several districts in Himachal Pradesh and orange alerts for three districts over the next 48 hours. In addition, the IMD has issued warnings for landslides and flash floods in the state.
Delhi rain update: The Yamuna River is getting closer to the warning level. The Old Railway Bridge recorded a river level of 204.36 meters at noon. The river’s warning level is 204.50 meters. The situation is developing as a result of the Hathinkund Barrage’s ongoing water release into the river. The Barrage has released 2,17,003 cusecs of water as of noon.
Orange alert was issued until July 12 in these states. More information can be found here: IMD has given an orange in these states till 12 July.In Meghalaya, an orange alert has been issued by IMD until July 11.
–An orange alert was issued on July 10 in Punjab, North Haryana, Chandigarh, and Rajasthan. -An orange alert was issued on July 12 in Uttarakhand.
-Weighty to Exceptionally weighty precipitation, including very weighty storms surpassing 204.4 mm, expected in pieces of Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim on 11 and12th July.
Twenty people who were stranded in Manali were rescued on Monday, the third day that the state had been experiencing continuous downpours. However, officials stated that the meteorological department has issued a red alert for “extremely heavy rain.” On Sunday, the state experienced flooding, landslides, and house collapse as a result of heavy rainfall.
The functioning of the Delhi High Court is disrupted by heavy rain, and the court rooms have been moved. The Delhi High Court’s operation is impacted by torrential rain in Delhi. Three courtrooms have been moved to a different room because of leaks.
However, the Delhi High Court’s chief justice has agreed that if a lawyer is unable to appear on Monday, no adverse order will be issued. due to seepage and water leaks in some courtrooms caused by heavy rain. As a result, Courtroom No. 2, where Justice Manoj Jain and Justice Sanjiv Sachdeva sit on the Division Bench, has been moved to Courtroom No. 3. The Division Bench of Justices VK Rao and AK Mendiratta, which used to meet in Court No. 4, has been moved to Court No. 9. Court No. 6, where Justices Vibhu Bhakru and Amit Mahajan sit, has been moved to Court No. 29 in the Extension Block until a new order is issued.