Monsoon likely to reach on 24, rain expected in Uttarkashi, Rudraprayag, Chamoli, Bageshwar, Pithora

According to meteorologists, the weather pattern has started changing once again in the state after the moist winds coming from the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea became less active

Monsoon likely to reach on 24, rain expected in Uttarkashi, Rudraprayag, Chamoli, Bageshwar, Pithora

There is a possibility of rain with strong thunder in districts like Uttarkashi, Rudraprayag, Chamoli, Bageshwar and Pithoragarh. Apart from this, meteorologists have expressed the possibility of light rain in many areas of the capital Dehradun, Tehri, Almora, Nainital districts.

According to meteorologists, the weather pattern has started changing once again in the state after the moist winds coming from the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea became less active. After two days of rain in the plains and hills of the state, now the weather has once again taken a turn.

According to the report of the Meteorological Department, the sky will be clear in the capital Dehradun in the next 24 hours, but it will be partly cloudy. In some places, there is a possibility of rain with strong thunder along with dark clouds.

On the other hand, meteorologists believe that now that the monsoon has knocked in Kerala, it will take at least 20 days to reach Uttarakhand. In such a situation, the monsoon is likely to reach by June 24. Let us inform you that this year, the monsoon has knocked in Kerala with a delay of 3 days, earlier the monsoon used to reach Kerala by June 1.

Efforts to remove people settled on the river banks intensified

The Irrigation Department has intensified the exercise to save thousands of people living on the banks of rivers like Bindal, Rispana, Choti Bindal, Nalapani, Dulni of Dehradun from devastation during the monsoon. Notices have been issued to the people living on the banks of the rivers on behalf of the Executive Engineer of the Establishment Block to vacate the place.

Let us inform you that thousands of people are settled unauthorizedly on the banks of rivers like Rispana, Bindal, Nalapani and Dulhani. Every year due to sudden floods in the rivers during the monsoon, there is a danger of loss of life and property and also many households get ruined during these times.

These settlements are removed every year by the officials of the Irrigation Department as well as by the District Administration, Municipal Corporation, but people again come back and make their homes in these areas. Rajesh Lamba, Executive Engineer, Irrigation Department and Establishment Division, says that if people do not remove their belongings despite the notice, action will be taken with the help of the police.