South India, heavy rains have wreaked havoc in North India now including in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Punjab. At least 28 people were killed in these states on Sunday. A flood alert has been issued in parts of Delhi, Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh as Yamuna neared the warning mark. The IMD has predicted the situation to continue in some parts of these states.
Light-to-moderate rainfall is likely occur at many places in Himachal in the next 24 hours with heavy rains expected at isolated places, Shimla Met centre Director Manmohan Singh said. Over 500 people were stranded in several parts of the state as a number of roads have been blocked by landslides and flash floods, officials said. Efforts are on to clear the roads and restore traffic to move them to safer places.
Multiple landslides blocked the flow of water in streams and formed a big artificial lake in Khadetar village in the sub-division. Residents of Trindi, Danni, Mairka, Lador, Thana, Hindorghaat, Letri and Jassur villages have been asked to vacate their houses, the official added.Dekho eh video te share kro.