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After the massive devastation in Himachal Pradesh, the monsoon will again gain momentum from today. The Meteorological Center Shimla has issued a yellow alert for heavy rains for the next five days.

In view of this, the government has appealed to the residents and tourists to exercise caution. People have been advised not to go to overflowing rivers, landslide prone areas, waterlogged places and avoid unnecessary travel.

The weather is not expected to clear in the state till July 20. In such a situation, going around rivers and drains can prove to be dangerous.

37 killed, 16 missing

Due to heavy rains in the state, 868 roads have remained closed for five days. Heavy rains have damaged private and government property worth more than Rs 4000 crore. Similarly, 37 people died and 16 people are said to be missing due to flash floods and floods.

There may be hindrance in restoration of electricity, water and road

Due to shutdown of more than 2200 power transformers in the state, electricity could not be restored in dozens of villages even after six days. In such a situation, due to the re-activation of the monsoon, there may be a hindrance in the restoration of roads, electricity and water.

Less rain in the last 72 hours

There has been very less rainfall in the state during the last 72 hours. Due to this, more than 65 thousand people stranded at various places have been rescued. The state government has been successful in restoring about 450 roads, more than 2200 power transformers and more than 450 drinking water schemes.

Highest 12MM rain in Saluni

During the last 24 hours in the state, less rainfall was recorded in spite of warning of yellow alert. Chamba’s Saluni received 12MM, Kangra 6MM, Barthi 6MM, Solan’s Arki 5MM, Palampur 3MM, Mandi’s Jogendranagar 2MM, Sujanpur Tihra 2MM, Bilaspur 2MM and Shimla 1MM.