हरियाणा में मानसून कल से फिर एक्टिव होगा: 9 जिलों में बारिश होने का ऑरेंज और 7 जिलों के लिए यलो अलर्ट; अभी भी 1465 गांवों में बाढ़

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  • Haryana rain alert update, Chandigarh Meteorological Department heavy rain in 9 districts tomorrow, Orange alert of flood

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Due to active monsoon in many areas in Haryana, strong winds will blow and it may rain.  - Dainik Bhaskar

Due to active monsoon in many areas in Haryana, strong winds will blow and it may rain.

There is no possibility of rain in Haryana today, but the Chandigarh Meteorological Department has expressed apprehension that light drizzle may occur at some places. Strong sunlight will increase the day temperature, due to which people may have to face humidity.

Monsoon will again be active in the state from tomorrow, in view of which warning of heavy rain has been issued in 9 districts. The number of flood-affected villages in the state has reached 1465. So far 40 have died due to the flood. 6 people were injured and 2 are missing.

Orange alert in these districts
Orange alert has been issued in Haryana for heavy rains in 9 districts on 26th July. These include Kaithal, Karnal in North Haryana along with Rohtak, Sonipat and Panipat districts in South and South East. There is also an orange alert in Hisar, Jind, Bhiwani and Charkhi Dadri in the west and southwest. The Meteorological Department has given a yellow alert in 7 districts of the state.

Loss of 500 crores so far due to floods
Haryana has so far suffered a loss of Rs 500 crore due to floods. Along with 12 districts of the state, 1465 villages are in the grip of flood. 232 houses have been completely damaged, while 3878 houses have been partially damaged. So far 2100 big animals have died due to flood and lightning. More than 2 lakh hectares of crops have been damaged.

What was the temperature of which district?

Faridabad’s ground water was the hottest on Monday in Haryana. The maximum temperature here reached 38.8 degree Celsius. Apart from this, Ambala, Hisar, Gurugram, Bhiwani, Panchkula, Jind, Panipat, Mahendragarh, Sonipat, Rohtak districts recorded maximum temperature above 35 degree Celsius.

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