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Downpour leads to flood-like situation in MP's Shajapur

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Downpour leads to flood-like situation in MP's Shajapur

Downpour leads to flood-like situation in MP's Shajapur

Heavy downpour lashed Madhya Pradesh's Shajapur.

The heavy rains have brought flood like situation in the town after rising of river water in low-lying areas.

Traffic movement stuck as the water level went up to the knees.

IMD has also predicted rainfall in coming days.

Monsoon entered Madhya Pradesh on June 24.

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