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Minister: In Gujarat, 14 people died in rain related incidents in the last 24 hours.

Ahmedabad (Gujarat) | Within the final 24 hours, 14 folks have died in rain-related incidents in South Gujarat and Kutch-Saurashtra area, and 31,000 folks have been shifted to safer locations. Officers gave this info on Wednesday. State Catastrophe Administration Minister Rajendra Trivedi informed reporters that three nationwide highways are blocked in Kutch, Navsari and Dang districts because of the injury brought on by the rains. He mentioned that 51 state highways and over 400 panchayat roads have additionally been broken because of the rains. “14 folks have died in rain-related incidents in Gujarat within the final 24 hours. Of those, 9 folks died attributable to drowning.

Based on the minister, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel has directed the executive officers to conduct an aerial survey of the affected districts on the earliest so that folks do not need to attend for much longer for money and different aid materials to cope with the injury brought on by the rains. Based on the State Emergency Operation Middle (SEOC), Junagadh, Gir Somnath, Dang and Amreli acquired between 47 mm and 88 mm of rain in 4 hours between 6 am and 10 am on Wednesday.

The India Meteorological Division (IMD) has issued a ‘crimson alert’ forecasting heavy rains for the districts of South Gujarat and Saurashtra. In South Gujarat, many areas of Kutch, Bharuch, Dang, Navsari and Tapi districts acquired extraordinarily heavy rains within the final 24 hours until 6 am on Wednesday. SEOC officers mentioned that Rajkot, Gir Somnath, Amreli and Jamnagar districts of Saurashtra area acquired extraordinarily heavy rains.

Trivedi mentioned a complete of 31,035 folks had been evacuated from the flood-affected areas, out of which 21,094 individuals are nonetheless in shelter houses of their respective districts and 9,941 have returned to their houses. He mentioned {that a} whole of 575 individuals who had been trapped in low-lying areas in several districts had been rescued. Trivedi mentioned that 18 groups of Nationwide Catastrophe Response Force (NDRF) have been deployed for aid and rescue work and two groups have been saved prepared.

Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel on Tuesday performed an aerial inspection of the rain-hit Bodeli city and another flood-affected areas in Chhota Udaipur district. The minister mentioned that attributable to heavy rains, the water degree has elevated in numerous reservoirs of the state, out of which 30 reservoirs have been stuffed to 70 per cent or extra of their whole capability. The state’s largest Sardar Sarovar Dam can also be stuffed as much as 48 p.c of its whole capability. Based on SEOC, within the final 24 hours until 6 am on Wednesday, Vagra taluka of Bharuch district acquired 233 mm of rain, Anjar, Kutch and Gandhidham talukas of Kutch district acquired 212, 197 and 171 mm respectively, whereas Waghai of Dang acquired 174 mm of rain. mm of rain was recorded. No less than 25 talukas recorded 100 mm or extra of rain throughout this era.

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