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Thursday, July 14, 2022

Gujarat corona: Where are some cases of corona reported in Gujarat amid heavy rains?

 Gujarat corona: Where are some cases of corona reported in Gujarat amid heavy rains?



Parts of south Gujarat and Kutch-Saurashtra regions collected very heavy showers in last 24 hours leaving 14 public dead, while over 31,000 were desert so far this rainy season, officials said on Wednesday.

Three state  highways in Kutch, Navsari and Dang districts were blocked due to harm caused by rains. Fifty one state highways and over 400 panchayat roads have as well as been harm , state Disaster heading Minister Rajendra Trivedi told newsman .

"Fourteen public lost their lives in the last 24 hours. Nine of the deaths were due to go under ," he said.

Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel has manage the administration to carry out a survey of the forced districts at the earliest so that public do not have to wait for long for cash and other reliefs to repay for harm caused due to the rainfall, he said.

In four hours uniting 6 and 10 am on Wednesday, parts of Junagadh, Gir Somnath, Dang and Amreli collected downpour between 47 mm and 88 mm, even so to the nation Emergency action Centre (SEOC). The India Meteorological heading (IMD) has issued a 'red alert', foretell dense rains during the next 24 hours in the districts of Saurashtra and south Gujarat.

Several parts of Kutch, Bharuch, Dang, Navsari and Tapi districts in south Gujarat collated very dense rainfall in the 24-hour time till 6 am on Wednesday.

Rajkot, Gir Somnath, Amreli and Jamnagar were among districts in Saurashtra region that collected dense downpour, officials of the SEOC said.

Mr Trivedi said 31,035 public were carry to safer places, with 21,094 still living in shelters supply by the respective district administrations and 9,941 come again to their homes behind the rain waters collected .

A total of 575 public stranded due to flooding in low-lying areas of distant  districts were rescued, he said.

Eighteen teams of the National Disaster reply Force (NDRF) were growth for the rescue work and two kept on standby, Trivedi said.

CM Patel had on Tuesday conducted an aerial survey of flood-hit areas and as well as visited overdone regions in Chhota Udepur, Navsari and Narmada districts.

The dense rains have as well as risen the water levels of various pond in the state, with 30 of them being filled up to 70 per cent or more out of their total storage ectent .

The state's largest Sardar Sarovar Dam is as well as filled up to 48 per cent of its total extent , the minister said.

As per the SEOC, Vagra taluka in Bharuch district collected 233 mm rainfall in the 24-hour time till 6 am on Wednesday. Anjar, Kutch and Gandhidham talukas of Kutch district collected 212, 197 and 171 mm of rainfall, respectively, while Waghai in Dang recorded 174 mm of rainfall.



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