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Uttarakhand Rain: Luxury cars flown in Ganga due to heavy rain flow, video viral

Uttarakhand rain alert cars flow in Ganga

Uttarakhand rain: Very heavy rain likely to happening at isolated places in Uttarakhand. Uttarakhand suffering from flood and rain! According to weather report heavy rain fall is likely from Uttarakhand from Jun 30 to July 3. Tonight heavy down power, frequent lightning with storms tonight. 

Over the next 4, 5 days the according to weather department ” heavy rain fall is very likely over Northwest and Northeast India”

As per the report by locals, many luxury cars got washed away in the Ganga and reached Harki Paidi. It is being estimated that these vehicles would be parked in a parking lot from where the vehicles had flown and reached Harki Paidi. Watch video:

Several other vehicles were swept away as the sukhi rivers, which joins the main stream of the Ganga, flooded after heavy rain lashed on Saturday afternoon. Due to interaction between monsoon and Western distance! It all is the effect due to monsoon interaction with mid-latitude, westerlies.

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has kept the state administration on full alert after India Meteorological Department (IMD) under a heavy rainfall alert for the region. Dhami said officials, containing the NDRF and army, were ready to face any condition triggered by excessive precipitation, with a particular warning for pilgrimages.

The CM visited the Disaster Control Room, while JCB have been wirking along the blocked roads. Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Dhami to take stock of the situation and Uttarkand government full support from the Centre.

Thus, light to heavy rain was recorded in the State till 8:30 AM on Sunday with 72 millimetres in Chamoli, 67.5 millimetres in Vikasnagar, 55 millimetres in Nainital, 45 millimetres in Kathgodam, 44 millimetres in Ukhimath, 40.5 millimetresin Haldwani and 11.4 millimetres in Dehradun.

The maximum and minimum temperatures recorded in various places on Sunday were 33.8 degrees Celsius and 25.4 degrees Celsius respectively in Dehradun, 34.7 degrees Celsius and 26.4 degrees Celsius in Pantnagar, 23.5 degrees Celsius and 15.2 degrees Celsius in Mukteshwar and 26.4 degrees Celsius and 18.7 degrees Celsius in New Tehri. Various parts of Uttarakhand witnessed light and moderate to heavy rain till July 3 morning.

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