Devastation due to heavy rains in Kerala, Alert issued in many states including Delhi and UP

So far 26 deaths have been reported due to heavy rains in Kerala, Dark shadow in Delhi NCR, heavy rain continues in many districts of UP and Uttarakhand.

The situation has worsened in Kerala due to this heavy rain that has been going on for a few days. Many parts of the state have been hit by floods and the incidents of landslides have increased significantly. So far, the news of the death of about 26 people has come to the fore and over a dozen are missing. The deaths were reported from Thodupuzha and Kokkayar in Idukki and Kottayam District.

On the other side, in Uttarakhand, the chances of seeing the devastation are beginning to appear again. Perhaps due to the arrival of some major disaster, the schools and colleges have already been closed. For the last two days, many districts of Uttar Pradesh as Lucknow, Bareilly have been receiving heavy rains. Due to heavy rains, an alert has also been issued in many states including Uttarakhand and NCR.

The Char Dham Yatra has been stopped for the time being as told by Rudraprayag District Officer Manoj Goyal that due to the possibility of heavy rains, the passengers are not being allowed to go beyond Sonprayag.

Delhi also received heavy rains, the waterlogging problem was also found at many places which hindered the traffic. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of cloudy sky and rain in the Delhi NCR region for the next two days.

Due to Western Disturbance, the weather has changed in Uttar Pradesh since Sunday as it has been raining heavily in Uttar Pradesh for the last two days and it is likely to happen in the next two days as well.

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