Gadchiroli Rain Latest Update: The state (Maharashtra Rain) has been receiving heavy rains for the last few days. Gadchiroli district continues to receive continuous rains. Due to low water level of Pranhita river, water level in Alapally-Nagepally has started declining. The flood waters of Pranhita river had infiltrated in both the villages due to cloudburst rain 2 days ago. At present, Alapally-Bhamragad road is closed due to swelling of Pearlkota river. As a result, 130 villages in the taluka have lost contact with the district headquarters.
All the 85 gates of the Mahabandhara at Medigatta in Sironcha taluka on the Maharashtra-Telangana border have been opened. This is likely to avoid the crisis of evacuation of villages due to back water in Sironcha taluka. The administration is also keeping an eye on Gosekhurd water. As the situation is getting worse due to rising water level of Wainganga river which is diverting the district, information is being sought from time to time.
Gondia-Tiroda road closed, road gone
Heavy rains lashed Gondia district overnight and rivers were overflowing. The rains have hit the roads in Gondia district. Work on Gondia-Tiroda road is underway and construction of a bridge near Ekodi village is underway. A temporary road was built for it. However, as the road was washed away by the rains, the traffic on Gondia-Tiroda road was disrupted.
Flood water infiltrated 25 houses due to overflow of Gondekhari canal
Due to overflow of Gondekhari Nala in Tumsar taluka in Bhandara district, flood water has infiltrated in 25 houses and the river has taken shape in Gondekhari village. Due to torrential rains yesterday, the river Nalla overflowed and the water of Chandpur lake in Tumsar taluka flowed straight to Gondekhari nallah, flooding Gondekhari nallah. As a result, 25 houses near Nala have been flooded.
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