he Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning of heavy rain till September 23 in many states including Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Uttarakhand and Gujarat.
The national capital has been receiving rainfall since yesterday morning causing waterlogging in several parts of the city. The vehicular movement was also affected due to indecent rainfall.
Earlier on Sunday, IMD had predicted thunderstorms with light intensity rain for Delhi and nearby areas in the next two hours on Sunday.
After reviewing the seating plan, the state government said that arrangements for seating of 40 members have been done in the main pavilion of the House and the remaining 31 legislators of the 71 member house will be seated in room number 107.
The alert bus driver stopped the bus before rocks started falling off a mountain on the road. Some passengers got down from the bus with their luggage and started running in the opposite direction from the landslide site.
Residents of Bharat Society in Ghaziabad said that the boundary wall of their society adjoins a seasonal lake in which water from all the surrounding societies gets accumulated. During the rainy season the water level in the lake overflows and causing the wall of their society to crack.
Delhi in the early morning witnessed heavy rainfall accompanied by thunderstorms, leading to waterlogging affecting vehicular movement in several areas.
A pressure system is developing in the Bay of Bengal. It will pass through south Madhya Pradesh towards the western direction and will draw the Monsoon Trough. This is the reason that from August 19, there will be rain in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and West Uttar Pradesh.
The IMD said that the plains of northern India (Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan), central India and most parts of peninsular India (outside Tamil Nadu and Kerala) including Maharashtra and Gujarat will continue to receive light rain till August 15. After August 16, rain will intensify over peninsular India.
All the Opposition parties protested because it will take away the jobs of many people and increase unemployment. Also, the money with the government's insurance companies is going somewhere else and they are planning to divert that money," Kharge said.