Incessant Rainfall Several Affects Regions Of Uttarakhand, Ganga Exceeds Danger Mark
In Uttarakhand, the water levels of the Ganga river have drastically increased, exceedingthe danger level in Haridwar. Read on.
Several regions of India have been experiencing heavy rainfall for many days now. As per reports, West Bengal is one of the many states to have been affected by the monsoon. Roads have submerged underwater in many parts, making it extremely difficult for the residents. In Uttarakhand, the water levels of the Ganga river have drastically increased as well. The river has exceeded the danger level in Haridwar.
In the Rudraprayag town of Uttarakhand, waves of the river Mandakini and Alakananda have caused havoc in the nearby area. In another town of Uttarakhand, ie Bageshwar, it has been raining incessantly for the past three days. Due to the heavy and continuous rainfall, landslides have occurred in the region. Due to the landslide, as many as 25 roads lost contact with the Zilla Mukhyalaya.
Coming to the Champawat district of Uttarakhand, the Sarda River is overflowing in the region due to the heavy rains and the situation is really bad. Even in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, it has been heavily raining for the past three days causing havoc.
The incessant rains in the Himalayan town of Pithoragarh have disrupted the flora and fauna of the region. Rivers are overflowing there as well, posing danger to the nearby villages. The Srinagar region is one of the worst affected regions of Uttarakhand due to heavy rains. As per reports, the water level of the Alaknanda river has risen so much, that temples and buildings have submerged under it.
The monsoon has affected several regions of India, causing flood-like situation on roads and other places.