Heavy Flood situation lashes out in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh on Monday morning. Rain Water reached to various regions of Uttar Pradesh including Bhojpur, Buxar, Munger, Bhagalpur and Khagaria.
Low lying territories of Patna, riverine ranges of Patna, Vaishali and Saran locale are additionally supposedly submerged.
Surge influenced individuals have taken safe house in schools in Patna.
The development of trains has been ceased amongst Chapra and Balia as a result of submerged railroad tracks at numerous spots.
The surging water of the Rivers Sone and Punpun have spread to the low lying zones of Jahanabad and Arwal locale.
In Uttar Pradesh, the surge circumstance in the eastern parts is troubling. The River Ganga is ascending in numerous spots, incorporating into Allahabad and Varanasi.
The armed force has been continued standby to conceivable salvage and recovery endeavors in Allahabad.
Normal life has been affected in Guna, Rajgarh, Shivpuri, Mandsour, Ujjain and other parts of western Madhya Pradesh.
Both the Ganga and Yamuna Rivers are rising consistently in the region and individuals have been advised to abandon their homes and move to more secure spots.
More than 100 towns are confronting a basic surge circumstance in the region. As such, around 10,000 individuals have taken asylum in help camps.
The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) is likewise occupied with Ballai and Banda locale in the wake of recieiving data on rising water levels.
Other than Allahabad, the waters of the River Ganga are purportedly ascending in Varanasi, Ballia and Mirzapur regions, while the waters of the Yamuna are rising pattern in Banda, Mathura and Allahabad.
After the arrival of water from the dam, the Betwa River is likewise on spate in Hamirpur region.
Water levels are ascending between a few centimeters for each hour.
In Rajasthan, relentless downpours in the south eastern regions have influenced ordinary life. A few over extensions have been submerged in water, conveying street movement on these courses to a crushing stop.
A most extreme of 26 centimeters of precipitation has been recorded at the Jakham Dam in the state's Pratapgarh region.
In the recent 24 hours, places like Nimbaheda, Badi Sadri and Bhadesar have got 22 centimeters of precipitation.
Good rainfall has been experienced in some of the districts including Chittorgarh, Baran, Dungarpur, Banswara and Jhalawar.
Due to the rise in water levels, an alert has been sounded in nearby areas of Chambal river in Karauli.