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12 killed in rain-related incidents across UP; schools shut in Noida, WFH for Gurugram: Latest developments | India News

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NEW DELHI: At least 12 individuals had been killed in rain-related incidents across 4 districts of Uttar Pradesh since late Wednesday night time. Parts of Uttar Pradesh and the nationwide capital area (NCR), together with Gautam Buddh Nagar, witnessed heavy rainfall on Thursday. Rains continued to lash Delhi, resulting in waterlogging and affecting site visitors motion in a number of areas of the town. The incessant spell of sunshine to average rain, which continued on the second day on Friday result in heavy waterlogging in a number of areas of Gurugram, resulting in huge site visitors snarls at many locations.
Here are the newest developments:

  1. In the wake of heavy rainfall, all authorities and personal schools from lessons 1 to eight in Noida and Gurugram are shut on Friday.
  2. The Gurugram Disaster Management Authority suggested all company places of work and personal establishments in the district to information staff to make money working from home (WFH) to keep away from site visitors congestion.
  3. Nishant Kumar Yadav, deputy commissioner, Gurugram tweeted, “Gurugram District Administration has issued advisory for all corporate companies, private institutions to allow their employees to work from home in larger public interest”.
  4. Four minor orphan siblings are among the many 12 killed in rain-related accidents reported from Etawah, Kanpur Dehat and Banda districts. A mud wall collapsed inside their home in Etawah resulting in their loss of life.
  5. The India (*12*) Department (IMD) has predicted a typically cloudy sky with average rain and thundershowers at virtually all of the areas of Delhi. It issued a ‘yellow alert’.
  6. In the previous 24 hours, the town acquired 72mm rainfall whereas the utmost temperature was recorded at 28 levels Celsius, seven notches under the season’s regular.
  7. Multiple roads, together with the Delhi-Jaipur freeway, had been submerged in a mean of three toes of water.





Source: timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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