Maharashtra Rains: Gadchiroli district faces flood-like situation: CM visits flood affected areas
Maharashtra rains: Gadchiroli district faces flood-like situation. CM Eknath Shinde, Deputy CM Devender Fadnavis visited Gadchiroli district and reviewed the flood situation.
Gadchiroli district in Maharashtra has been receiving heavy rains for the last three days forcing the administration to shut the educational institutions for the next three days.
The Nagpur Regional Meteorological Centre has said that Gadchiroli will receive extremely heavy rains for the next 72 hours, and the closure of schools and colleges is part of the precautionary measures taken by the district administration.
In an order issued yesterday, the district administration said, except for emergency services, all private offices, establishments, and shops will remain closed.
In Marathwada’s Nanded heavy rains have damaged crops and houses of farmers’. However, Nanded MP Prataprao Patil Chikahlikar assured affected farmers’ of 100 percent financial assistance. Incessant rains in the district have triggered floods in rivers in Nanded and Ardhapur.
In Nashik, too heavy rains resulted into increase in water levels in various dams of the district. In Nashik city, pre-primary schools have been shut because of heavy rains.
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