Heavy rainfall has been reported in the coastal areas of Bengaluru. Indian Meteorological Department Director, Bengaluru, CS Patil provided fresh updates over current weather situation as well as upcoming weather forecast. He said, "For last 24 hours, coastal districts experienced widespread rainfall of 10 cm. In the next five days, coastal districts are very likely to face isolated rainfall in next five days. North- interior Karnataka is likely to experience heavy rainfall on July 09 and July 10".
Due to heavy rainfall in Junagadh, water level has been increased in Shetrunji River on July 05. The highway road from Somnath to Una has also been closed. Porbandar recorded 10 inches, Dwarka 12, Junagadh and Gir Somnath districts recoded 5 to 3 inches rainfall. Indian Meteorological Centre in Ahmedabad has forecasted heavy rainfall in the area for next 24 hours.
This road connects a densely populated Chinari village with the highway leading to capital Muzaffarabad of illegally occupied region of PoK. The result of this condition is that a 51km distance becomes a painful journey of hours. And this is not just about one street in PoK but almost entire region barring the areas that hold materialistic value for Pakistan have similar condition across the region. It appears as if no work has been done in decades. Locals confirm that they have always seen streets in their villages like that only. The designs of not providing even the fundamentals to the people living in this illegally occupied region appear systematic. Exiled activist from the region have said this time and again that Pakistan doesn't want to see the people of the region progressing at any front, whether it is social, economic or political. The residents of the region have only complained of being plundered through one means or other. Pakistan government has established a number of projects in the region but not even a small fraction of the dividend is shared with the locals. With no light at the end of the tunnel, people of the region have now come to terms with the perennial discrimination they are meted out by the occupier Pakistan.
For the last few days Delhi and other states of north India have been experiencing extreme heat wave conditions but the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on... IndiaTimes Also reported by •DNA •Hindu