Due to the normal rainfall in Pune, many big towns are facing a lot of problems

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the state government has announced a holiday in Pune district collector Naval Kishore Ram in school-colleges in Pune city, Purandar, Baramati, Bhor and Haveli tehsils.
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Due to the normal rainfall in Pune, many big towns and cities are facing a lot of problems. Such news has also been reported from many places that some people painfully lost their lives due to the fall of the house wall due to heavy rains. As soon as this information was received by the team of NDRF, relief and rescue operations started. Keeping in view the seriousness of the situation, the state government has announced a holiday in Pune district collector Naval Kishore Ram in school-colleges in Pune city, Purandar, Baramati, Bhor and Haveli tehsils.

For your information, let us know that Pune has been raining since last Wednesday, which has caused a lot of damage in many big cities of Pune. The damage that can only be estimated right now. But a large number of lives and property have been lost due to this heavy rain. Some photographs have come out from many places in Pune, in which it can be seen clearly how trees and vehicles are lying in bad conditions on the roads. Due to this heavy rain, electric poles have been damaged, due to which it has become impossible to provide electricity in many cities.

According to media reports, it is reported that due to heavy rains late night, the wall fell in Katraj Canal, in which 6 people lost their lives. The same news also came out that 5 people were swept away in the water, in which they lost their lives. Out of these five people, the bodies of three people have been found, but the remaining two are still not known.

Secondly, this news is also coming out that there have been many accidents in different places, in which a total of 12 people have lost their lives. It is estimated that many people have been killed due to heavy rains. Which has not been officially confirmed yet? The NDRF team is doing its best to save the stranded people. The government has made it clear that all school and college holidays will remain until the situation returns to normal.

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