After Delhi-NCR, the weather patterns in Mathura-Vrindavan also changed suddenly on Tuesday night. The torrential rains that accompanied the strong storm have caused heavy damage to the camps in the Kumbh Mela area. The entrances to many camps collapsed here. At the same time, many electric poles have also been broken. The Kumbh region is plunged into darkness. The administration is engaged in relief work.
The torrential rain came as a storm in the Kumbh Mela area with a sudden thunderstorm at around 9 pm on Tuesday night. Due to this, the 5-storey entrance of the All India Thirteen Bhai Tyagi Khalsa fell. In its grip, the All India Panch Digambara Arena also broke. At the same time, two electric poles also fell. Along with this, the garbage tempo of the corporation was also suppressed. The driver narrowly escaped. At the same time, the entrance and dozens of hoardings of Narottam Nagar, All India Year Brahmin Mahasabha, Ghamandadevacharya Khalsa, Shreeji Baba Nagar etc. are also razed.
Power supply stopped Power supply has been stopped in the entire Kumbh Mela area after the rainy storm. It is being told that there has been a loss of lakhs of rupees in the Kumbh Mela area. At this time the Kumbh Mela area is immersed in darkness.
One 60-year-old woman has been injured after falling from the entrance. He has been admitted to the District Joint Hospital. Where doctors have told him out of danger. At the same time, the driver of the municipal corporation and Premwati, Vivek Kumar, driver Pratap Singh etc. were also injured.
According to SP Security Rohit Mishra, on Tuesday evening, the storm rains lashed the entrances of more than half a dozen camps in the Kumbh Mela area. There has been no loss of life. A car parked under an entrance gate has been taken out after much effort.
Earlier, sudden weather patterns changed in many areas of Delhi-NCR. Apart from many areas of Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad etc. received rains. Meteorologists generally predicted cloudy days and then light rain or drizzle in the evening.
According to reports, the drizzle occurred late night in Ashoknagar, Janpath in Delhi, Indirapuram in Ghaziabad, several sectors of Noida etc. On the other hand, thunderstorms affected the electricity supply in various areas of Ghaziabad. With the strong wind and rain around 9 o’clock in the night, there was lightning in parts of Rajnagar Extension, Nandagram Sanjaynagar, Navayuga Market, etc. People had to face a lot of trouble due to nightfall.
Those returning from office also had trouble reaching home. Supply started as soon as the weather was right. Officials of the Electricity Corporation said that there was a brief shutdown in some parts in view of the strong storm. Later supplies were started all over the place.
The Indian Meteorological Department had reported rain and thunderstorms in the western areas of Delhi-NCR, UP some time ago. IMD had tweeted, “Light rain may occur during next 2 hours at Raya, Hathras, Aligarh, Modinagar, Pilkhua, Hapur, Noida, Greater Noida, Dadri, Secunderabad, Bulandshahar, Galauti, Siana, Atrauli etc. . ”
Apart from this, the areas around Delhi, Jhajjar, Gurugram, Faridabad, Ballabgarh, Palwal, Aurangabad, Manesar, Noon, Sohna, Bhiwani, Farukhnagar, Rewari also talked about rain and wind blowing at a speed of 30-40 kmph.