Landslide and flood due to cloudburst in Arunachal: 4 lakh people affected in Assam, 37 dead; Heavy rain alert in 11 states including MP today

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Landslide and flood due to cloudburst in Arunachal: 4 lakh people affected in Assam, 37 dead; Heavy rain alert in 11 states including MP today
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Flood-like conditions have arisen in Arunachal Pradesh’s capital Itanagar due to cloudburst on Sunday morning. Officials said that there has been a land slide at many places. People have been advised not to go there. At the same time, many vehicles are stranded due to waterlogging on National Highway-415.

On the other hand, it has been raining in Assam for about a week. Government officials said on June 22 that about 4 lakh people in 19 districts are affected by the floods. This year the death toll due to floods and landslides has gone up to 37. The government has set up 100 relief camps for the flood-affected people. 125 centers have been set up to provide relief material.

The Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning of heavy rains in 11 states including Madhya Pradesh today. These include Goa, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and West Bengal apart from Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh.

Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting to review the preparations to deal with the floods in different parts of the country during the monsoon. Secretaries of ministries and departments of Home, Water Resources, River Development, Earth Sciences, Environment, Road Transport, Chairman of Railway Board, NDMA officials participated in it.

Monsoon will cover Delhi-Punjab by July 3
By June 22, monsoon has reached Maharashtra, Bihar, Jharkhand, parts of Gujarat-Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and West Bengal. It will completely cover these states in 3-4 days. By June 27, monsoon can enter Delhi, Punjab and Haryana and will move forward after completely covering these states by July 3.

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Along with the monsoon, a period of intense heat is also continuing in some states. There is a possibility of heat wave in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh today and tomorrow. There is a heatwave alert in Punjab and Delhi from tomorrow till June 25.

Where has the monsoon reached?
The southwest monsoon had reached Nicobar on May 19. This time the monsoon reached Kerala two days earlier, i.e. on 30 May, and covered many states. Then the monsoon stopped from 12 to 18 June (6 days). Due to this, heatwave is going on in North India.

By 12 June, the monsoon had completely covered Kerala, Karnataka, Goa, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. It also reached most parts of South Maharashtra, parts of South Chhattisgarh, South Odisha, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim and all the northwestern states.

By 18 June, the monsoon had reached Navsari in Gujarat, Jalgaon, Amravati, Chandrapur in Maharashtra, Bijapur, Sukma in Chhattisgarh, Malkangiri in Odisha and Vijayanagaram in Andhra Pradesh. The Meteorological Department estimates that the monsoon in June will be below normal i.e. 92% below the long period average (LPA).

Effect of monsoon on common people…

40 thousand cases of heatstroke in the country this season

According to the Health Ministry, more than 41 thousand cases of heatstroke were recorded from March 1 to June 18. At the same time, 114 people have died due to heatwave.

This time the number of heatwave days was double the average. The Meteorological Department has predicted higher than normal temperatures this month as well.

The department has said that due to global warming, the effect of intense heat is still being seen in the country.

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