There are chances of rain in the state since Thursday morning. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a low pressure area in and around the Orissa coast, while a cyclone of winds is in the upper part, due to which the rain continues in the state.

Due to heavy rains, the gates of Bhadbhada and Kaliyasot Dam of Bhopal were opened. Five gates of Bhadbhada were opened at 8 pm, of which two gates are closed at 10 am. 300 MCFT of water has been extracted in 14 hours. The level of Kolar dam has reached near 459 meters. While in Bhopal, the rainfall figure has been more than 130 cm i.e. 51 inches of rain, which is 60 percent more than normal. This is the highest rainfall of the season after 2016.

At the same time, warning of heavy to very heavy rain has been issued in 18 districts including Raisen, Rajgarh, Vidisha, Sehore, Hoshangabad and 12 districts including Neecham, Mandsaur, Ratlam, Jhabua, Alirajpur in the next 24 hours. The state’s weather continues to change. On Thursday, Bhopal recorded a minimum temperature of 24.2 degrees Celsius, Indore 23, Gwalior 25.4 and Jabalpur 24.6 degrees Celsius.

Here, due to heavy rains in Bhopal, catchment water started coming rapidly in the big pond already running at full tank level. At around seven o’clock, the water level of the big tank rose above the label of full tank and five and six gates of Bhadbhada dam had to be opened. The water splashed from here and Kaliyashet Dam reached the full tank level. At 3 o’clock at night, 3 gates of Kaliyashet were also consumed. By 10 o’clock in the night, the water was washed away by opening the gate of both the dams.

Farmer crossing Rapta died due to overflowing in drain, while in Khajuri road area on Wednesday afternoon, a farmer crossing Tumda village’s Rapta was washed away due to strong rains. His body was found two km away. According to police, Tumra resident Ghanshyam Patidar (62) was returning home from the farm at around 3:30 pm. While they were crossing the report, Ghanshyam got swept away by the flow of water.

Life is disturbed due to heavy rains in Madhya Pradesh. Due to the incessant rains, the situation in Bhopal, Vidisha, Sehore, Raisen, Mandla, Ujjain and Narsinghpur districts has become critical. September 9 has been declared a holiday in schools up to 12th in many districts including Bhopal.

According to the Meteorological Department, heavy rains may occur in Bhopal, Hoshangabad, Jabalpur, Khandwa, Khargone, Rasayen, Sehore on Monday and Tuesday. 6 cm in 9 hours on Sunday in the capital Bhopal. Water spilled This led to flooding of roads and lower settlements.

According to the Meteorological Center Bhopal, from Sunday 8:30 am to 5:30 pm, 62.1 in Bhopal, 45 in Pachmarhi, 42 in Jabalpur, 41.3 in Bhopal (Airport), Chhindwara 41, 28 in Ujjain, 26 in Hoshangabad, Mandla 24, Dhar 20, 17 in Raisen, 13.6 in Gwalior, 10.1 in Indore, 8 in Sagar, 6 in Betul, 6 in Malajkhand, 5 in Damoh, Ratlam 3, Guna 2, 1 mm in Umaria. It rained.

Mandla district received a record 134 mm of rainfall while Parvati river in Sehore was in spate. Due to the rains, the Bargi Dam on the Narmada River in Jabalpur is flooded with water. Due to this, 21 gates of the dam have been opened.

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