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July 25, 2021

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Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray instructs officials to 'be on high alert' amid heavy rain warning, Red alert issued for Konkan

Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray instructs officers to ‘be on excessive alert’ amid heavy rain warning, Purple alert issued for Konkan | Information

New Delhi: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday (July 22) instructed officers to be on excessive alerts as India Meteorological Division forecaste heavy to very heavy rains for the following three days in a number of elements of the state. A purple alert has been issued for Konkan area.
The Nationwide Catastrophe Response Power (NDRF) has deployed 9 rescue groups in Maharashtra, together with 4 in Mumbai, after heavy rains induced flooding in some coastal areas of the state on Thursday. Mumbai, its neighbouring Thane and Palghar and different districts within the Konkan area have been witnessing heavy downpour since the previous few days, resulting in inundation at a number of locations and disruption of rail and street transport providers. Water stage of many rivers has risen and crossed the hazard mark at some locations.
An official assertion issued by the NDRF stated 4 of its groups have been deployed in Mumbai, and one every in Thane and Palghar districts. In addition to, two groups have been despatched to Kolhapur district. Certainly one of it can undertake rescue or preventive evacuation within the flood-prone Shirol tehsil, whereas the opposite one will conduct rescue work in Kolhapur metropolis, the NDRF stated.
Some villages within the Sahapur taluka of Thane have been marooned, an area official earlier stated, including that authorities with the assistance of the NDRF rescued lots of of individuals from these locations.Incidents of water-logging leaving individuals stranded have been additionally reported from Mumbra, Bhiwandi, Titwala and Kasara areas of Thane district. Varied locations in Vasai, Virar and different places in Palghar additionally witnessed flooding, however no lack of life was reported to date, officers stated.
Prepare providers of the Central Railway within the Kasara Ghat part of Thane and close to Lonavala hill city in Pune district adjoining Mumbai have been severely affected after heavy rains induced flooding, washing out of tracks, boulder crashes and mudslides in that area, officers stated.
Almost 6,000 passengers have been stranded as practice providers on the Konkan Railway route in Maharashtra’s Ratnagiri district have been suspended on Thursday after a river overflowed following heavy rains within the space, officers stated. Up to now, 9 trains have been regulated as a consequence of disruption of providers on the route, they stated. Regulating trains means they’ve been both rerouted, short-terminated or cancelled. Konkan Railway officals stated these trains have been at protected places on totally different stations and the passengers in them have been additionally protected and so they have been being offered meals and water.
Water stage on the Vashishti river bridge between Chiplun and Kamathe stations in Ratnagiri has risen above the hazard mark after the heavy downpour. 
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