Flood Live updates: Delhi on high alert

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Flood Live updates – More than 350 people have been declared dead in India’s monsoon floods this year. A flood alert has also been announced in parts of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh. Here is live status of monsoon and floods in India.

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Flood Live updates

Floods in Kerala

  • In Kerala, till now at least 121 people have reportedly died because of heavy rains ensuing floods. More than 40 people are injured and 21 are still missing.
  • About a million volunteers have enrolled for cleaning work in flood-affected villages in the northern districts of Kerala.
  • In 2018, Kerala was hit by heavy floods with over 400 people dead. The state was still recovering from last year’s calamity and the calamity struck again this time.

Karnataka

  • Once again, Karnataka is dealing with the destruction caused by monsoon rains.
  • The number of human death has reached 76. A large number of people have been shifted to relief camps and the bigger challenge now is rehabilitation.

Do read: Kerala rains Live Updates: Army personnel have rescued a new born baby, from Wayanad, Kerala

Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand

  • Moderate-to-heavy rainfall is expected at many places in Himachal Pradesh in the next 24 hours.
  • Over 500 people were rescued in several parts of the state as many roads are blocked due to floods. More than 30 people are dead and 12 are injured.
  • Till now, Himachal has suffered a total loss of Rs490 crores.
  • 10 people died in the state of Uttarkashi due to the cloudbursts.

Flood Live updates – Floods in Assam

  • Heavy rains and waters from two rivers, the Brahmaputra and Barak, have destroyed 33 districts of the northeastern state.
  • Over 90 people are declared dead. The Brahmaputra River has flooded 2,168 villages and 95 camps are also submerged.
  • A large number of rhinos, deer, and elephants are stuck in the sanctuary.

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Rains in Maharashtra

  • The death rate in the state has hit 50. 34 deaths are from the districts of Sangli and Kolhapur.
  • Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had earlier said that the state will seek the aid of Rs.6, 813 crores from the center for flood relief.
  • He also announced waiver of loans and construction of new houses for affected people.

Flood Live updates

Rains in Punjab and Haryana

  • Authorities have sounded a high alert in the states of Punjab and Haryana due to constant rains.
  • Chief Minister Amarinder Singh announced Rs.100 crore in aid for emergency relief and rehabilitation measures.

Do read: Mumbai rains: Mumbai is on the road to recovery after heavy rains and floods

Delhi alert

  • The Delhi government announced flood alert as Yamuna’s water rises above the danger mark.
  • Over 10,000 people have been rescued. On Sunday, Haryana released a record 8.28 lakh cusecs water in the Yamuna.

Floods in Andhra Pradesh

  • More than 8,000 people have been moved to 56 relief camps due to heavy flow of floodwater from the Krishna basin. The state is currently on high alert.
  • The situation worsened on Aug. 15, after 8 lakh cusecs of water were released from the Prakasam Barrage.

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