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Manali Police has appealed tourists to avoid travel due to heavy rains

Highlights

  • Heavy rain in Manali
  • Police have appealed to tourists to stay away
  • The bus stand was converted into a drain

Heavy rain: Heavy rains have created havoc in Himachal Pradesh. Flooding has occurred in many places. The situation worsened in Manali. Flooding has occurred in Manali Bajoki Canal. Floodwater entered nearby houses and buses parked at bus stands. The entire bus stand has turned into a sewer. The flood was so severe that water started flowing on the highway. Due to the increase in landslides due to heavy rains, the risk of accidents has increased. Hence, the police have asked tourists to avoid wandering in this bad weather. The police have said that people should come out of their homes only in case of emergency.

Heavy rains have caused heavy damage in Uttarakhand

Many states of the country have been affected by heavy rains. The situation in the hill state of Uttarakhand has also worsened due to heavy rains. Due to heavy rains in Chamoli district, landslides have occurred in many places. Badrinath highway closed due to landslide near Karnprayak. In fact, it has been raining there since Tuesday night, causing landslides at many places. A landslide occurred near Umta Tara on the Karnprayak-Badrinath National Highway where a lot of debris fell from the hill. Due to this 2 Bogland machines are caught in its grip. At the same time, a dhaba was also damaged by this debris. The situation has worsened due to heavy rains in the hills of Uttarakhand. 212 roads, including three national highways, have been closed in the state due to landslides and large-scale road collapses. There is also talk of damaging two bridges at Rudra Prayag and Pithoragarh.

The car fell into the river

The car plunged into the river near Gaudial on the Badrinath-Rishikesh highway. As the car has not yet been found and the number of people in it is unknown, it is said that the car drowned in the river. Speaking to the media, the SDRF Dalwal team said that they received information from the Munikeretty police station that the car had fallen into a deep ditch near Gaudiyal. The rain has also raised the water level in the river, making it difficult to locate the car. Several teams of police and SDRF have reached the spot and are trying to locate the car.

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