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Rain continues in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. In the metropolis of Jammu, because early morning rains have led to waterlogging on several roads. At the same time, the river drains are in spate. Jammu-Srinagar National Highway has arrive to a standstill because of to landslide in Ramban. Chenab river is flowing above the risk mark in Akhnoor. The administration has encouraged people today not to go in close proximity to the river and drain in the course of this period of time.
Amarnath Yatra stopped
The Shri Amarnath Yatra has been briefly suspended from each Pahalgam and Baltal routes as a precautionary evaluate thanks to incessant significant rains. The administration has suggested people today to remain in the foundation camp.
Mata Vaishno Devi’s new observe closed
The new keep track of for Mata Vaishno Devi temple in excess of Trikuta hills in district Reasi has been closed right now as a precautionary measure immediately after heavy rains. The district administration has introduced an alert. Many streets in Reasi are shut for visitors thanks to landslides.
Chenab river water degree rises
At the exact same time, the h2o degree of Chenab river is flowing previously mentioned the risk mark due to the rain since night time in the hilly places. Jammu Deputy Commissioner Avani Lavasa has issued an alert in view of the climbing water amount of Chenab. Folks dwelling close to Chenab river have been alerted.
School closed in Kishtwar
The Kishtwar Deputy Commissioner has also directed all personal and governing administration colleges to stay shut now, sensing the menace of floods thanks to heavy rains. It has also been educated from official resources that owing to the rains, landslides have also transpired in lots of hilly areas of Kishtwar, Doda and Bhaderwah.
H2o amount elevated in Darhali river in Rajori
The drinking water degree is also growing in the Darhali river flowing in district Rajori. Below also, the administration has issued an inform inquiring the folks residing near the Darhali river to go to a safer spot.
Military rescued four people today in Jhula place
4 folks ended up trapped in the flood brought on by incessant rains because Wednesday night in Jhula region of district Poonch. In this sort of a circumstance, the Indian Military along with SDRF and Jammu and Kashmir Police done a rescue procedure. All four individuals have been shifted to a protected place.