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Monday, September 27, 2021

Young man dies after drowning in flooded Sarkhej railway underbridge in Ahmedabad

 Megho Mandano: Young man dies after drowning in flooded Sarkhej railway underbridge in Ahmedabad, many questions on AMC's pre-monsoon operations



    • More than one inch of rain per hour in Sola, Ghatlodia, Gota, Chandlodia, Bodakdev, Bopal, Ranip area
    • Gujarat has received 83% rainfall so far this season
    • Meghmaher in 147 talukas in last 24 hours

    It started raining in Ahmedabad around 10 am today. Job seekers have been hit hard by the rains. Floods have caused traffic jams. On the other hand, the newly constructed underbridge near Bharti Ashram on Sarkhej-Dholka road was also flooded. In which a young man was trapped. The incident was reported to the fire brigade team and a team of fire brigade was dispatched for rescue. The team reached to rescue the young man but the young man drowned. So the young man was searched and taken out. According to the fire brigade, the youth was not identified and died due to drowning. He is currently being taken to Sola Civil Hospital. The rains have raised questions over AMC's pre-monsoon operations.

    • A fire brigade team was searching for a young man who drowned in the floodwaters of Underbridge.
    • Firefighters search for drowning youth in underbridge

    Even an hour after the rains stopped in Ahmedabad, the floodwaters in many areas have not yet receded. The Civil Hospital compound has also been flooded with rainwater. Patients coming for treatment at Sola Civil have faced great hardship due to flooding.

    Two inches of rain in two hours in Chandlodia, Ahmedabad

    The Sabarmati Police Station, RTO Circle, Helmet Circle was flooded due to flooding at the Metro's workplace. Sola, Ghatlodia, Gota, Chandlodia, Bodakdev, Bopal, Ranip areas received more than an inch of rain in an hour. The maximum rainfall of two inches in two hours was in Chandlodia. In addition, half an inch of rain has fallen in Sarkhej, Juhapura and Bopal in the city. Gota received 1.5 inches of rain and the Science City area received 1.5 inches of rain. Paldi, Usmanpura and Sabarmati received half an inch and Maninagar received half an inch. It has rained in 80 talukas in the state from 6 am to 12 noon. The heaviest rainfall in Mehsana is three and a half inches.

    Rain in 80 talukas from 6 am to 12 noon

    Taluka                               rainfall (inches)

    Mehsana                           3.5

    Becharaji                          2.5

    Link                                 2.5

    Visnagar                           2

    Kheralu                            2

    Lakhtar                            1.5

    Halvad                             1.5

    Kalol                                1.5

    Sayla                                1

    Unza                                 1

    • Drivers killed as water flooded near Mansi Circle in Vastrapur

    Businessmen were stranded as the rains flooded the area

    In Ahmedabad, commuters were stranded due to heavy rains. Drivers had to face many difficulties due to flooding. The traffic was jammed near the world's largest Narendra Modi Stadium due to flooding, said a citizen traveling from Chandkheda to Makraba.


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    The Sabarmati Police Station, RTO Circle, Helmet Circle was flooded due to flooding at the Metro's workplace. The operation of the metro rail has made it difficult to drive due to traffic jams. While the person who was going to work on SG Highway from Vastrapal said that driving has become difficult due to flooding. Reaching the place of work is also delayed due to the vehicle getting stuck in the water.

    • Vastrapur was flooded with rain water

    Heavy rains flooded the knees

    Akhbarnagar, Pallavanagar and Shastrinnagar on the 132-foot ring road in Ahmedabad were hit by heavy traffic jams due to diversion and flooding. Some people were stranded when their vehicles came to a halt. Heavy rains flooded the Chanakyapuri area of ​​Ghatlodia. The rains have stopped for half an hour but the water has not receded yet. Heavy rains lashed the eastern part of the city at noon. In Ghodasar, Isanpur, Narol area, roads were flooded due to rains. Drivers on the disco road, which was flooded with sewers on National Highway No. 8, were hit hard.

    • Heavy rains in areas including SG Highway in Ahmedabad.


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    Mehsana receives 2 inches of rain in 2 hours

    Rainy weather has prevailed in Mehsana district for the last two days. It had rained heavily since early morning on Monday after a sudden change in the weather. Due to which many places were flooded. Mehsana taluka received maximum rainfall of 49 mm. Amidst the rainy weather, Dharoi Dam is getting water from upstream. Currently, new water has also arrived in Dharoi Dam. The city is flooded with fountains, Gopinala, Bhamaria Nala, Modhera Road, Hira Nagar area.

    • Water flooded Mehsana Modhera Road


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    Heavy rains with thunderstorms in Rajkot

    Heavy rains have started in Rajkot with thunderstorms. So that the rain water on the road turned again and the atmosphere became coldI was. In Gondal district, on the other hand, visibility was reduced due to heavy rains with thunder and drivers were forced to turn on their headlights. With the return of rains after the break, the farmers are once again happy. Currently, the drinking water problem in Rajkot has been resolved. Rainwater was again diverted on major roads in Rajkot including areas of Rajkot city including Yagnik Road, Racecourse Ring Road, 150 ft Ring Road, Jamnagar Road, Bajrangwadi, Airport Road, Gandhigram.

    • Rainy weather prevailed in Rajkot since morning

    Rainfall conditions by zone

    Zone                                        percent inches

    Kutch                                      87.63 15.27

    Saurashtra                              93.14 25.7

    North Gujarat                         68.31 19.2

    South Gujarat                         82.79 47.63

    M.Gujarat                              76.26 24.21

    Gujarat                                  83.51 27.61

    The state has received 83 per cent rainfall so far

    The state has received rainfall in 147 talukas in the last 24 hours. The highest rainfall is in Chhota Udepur, Banaskantha and Vadodara. Rains in Quant, Disa and Dabhoi have brought relief to the people. While it has rained in 14 talukas from 6 am to 8 am today. In which Surendranagar, Mehsana and Patan districts have received heavy rains. Dasada received 18 mm, Kheralu 15 mm and Vadnagar 10 mm. The state has received 83 per cent rainfall with a total of 27 inches of the season.


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    Rain this morning from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

    Taluka                       rainfall (mm)

    Dasada                       18

    Kheralu                     15

    Vadnagar                     10

    Radish                       9

    Patan                        6

    Eder                         4

    Chanasma                3

    Danta                        3

    Dholera                       3

    Khedbrahma            3

    Clothing                  3

    Amod                      2

    Kalol                       2

    Vadgam                   1

    Rainfall in this district of the state

    The state is likely to receive moderate to heavy rains in Anand, Dahod, Mahisagar, Narmada, Banaskantha, Chhotaudepur on September 28 and Valsad, Daman, Dadarnagar Haveli in South Gujarat and Amreli, Bhavnagar, Gir Somnath and Diu in Saurashtra on September 29 with winds of 40 to 60 kmph. On September 30, heavy to very heavy rains are expected in Valsad, Daman, Dadarnagar Haveli in South Gujarat, Saurashtra, Anand, Chhotaudepur, Panchmahal, Vadodara, Narmada, Bharuch and Tapi in some parts of North and Central Gujarat.

    • Heavy rain forecast for September 30

    An estimated 83.84 lakh hectares of kharif crops have been planted this year

    According to the agriculture department, an estimated 83.84 lakh hectares of kharif crops have been planted till September 20 this year. During the same period last year, 85.83 lakh hectares were planted. This year, 98.01% of the area has been planted against the average area under the last three years. An online meeting of the Weather Watch Group chaired by the Relief Commissioner and Additional Secretary, Revenue Department was held recently at the State Emergency Operations Center, Gandhinagar, in which this information was given.

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    High alert 52 total reservoirs in the state

    At the recent online meeting of Weather Watch Group, Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd. It was stated by Sardar Sarovar Reservoir that currently 186731 MCFT. Is water storage, which is 55.89% of the total storage capacity. According to the Irrigation Department, 418556 MCFTs have been installed in 206 reservoirs of the state. Is water storage, which is 75.09% of the total storage capacity. At present, there are 79 alert reservoirs, 12 alert reservoirs and 13 alert reservoirs in the state.

    The highest rainfall of the season occurred in September

    Month                         rain

    June                            4.79

    July                             6.95

    August                        2.57

    September                    12.98

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