Heavy rains in Fatehpur for last 4 days

Jaipur: It has been raining in Fatehpur in Rajasthan for the last 4 days. This morning, heavy rains made the city worse and exposed the claims of the city council. Fatehpur Shekhawati has recorded 4 mm rainfall in four days and 106 mm on Saturday morning. At the same time, 52 people have died due to this rain and storm, including 13 children.

Due to heavy rains, the main bus stand of the city has become an island. There is also waterlogging outside hospitals. There is only water all around. When people opened their eyes this morning, first hail, then three hours of rain destroyed the life of the people of the city. A farmer's cattle drowned in water near Babuna School in Fatehpur. After this incident, the farmers blocked the road. At the same time, the car was seen floating in the water near the bus stand.

Power supply could not be restored on Friday in Sikar district, which was inundated due to heavy rains,
due to falling power poles and failure of transformers. Hundreds of houses and trees have fallen. About 3 hours of rain flooded the area. Low-lying areas were submerged. Due to the storm, walls have collapsed in many places in the area. The storm, which came at a speed of more than 70 km in the area, has also caused heavy damage to the tin sheds and solar systems installed in roofs and houses.

*Monsoon Season: 96nd Update**
♦️The entire country is likely to receive 92% of the average rainfall during the Southwest Monsoon season (June to September). **

♦️Northwest India is likely to receive below normal (less than 4% of average) rainfall during the monsoon season. * pic.twitter.com/pqDi96wB<>w

— Weather Station Jaipur (@IMDJaipur) May 26, 2023

Meteorological Department Jaipur has issued a warning of heavy rains, strong thunderstorms and hailstorms again on May 27, 28 and 29. During this time, dust winds will run at a speed of 70 km per hour. Under the influence of a new western disturbance, on May 28-29, some districts of Bikaner, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Jaipur, Bharatpur divisions are likely to receive intense thunderstorms, rain and hail in some places. On May 28, there is a possibility of heavy rains in the districts of Bikaner, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Jaipur division. The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert. He has also appealed to the people to remain alert.

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