New Delhi: According to the nature rules, even though the time is going on for the farewell of monsoon rains in North India, but this time the view is completely opposite. Heavy rains have caused havoc in the surrounding states including Delhi. The heavy rains of the last day have made life miserable for the people of Delhi, water is visible everywhere. In Noida and Ghaziabad of Delhi NCR, instructions have been issued to keep schools till 12th closed today.
Employees working in private institutions in Delhi have been instructed to do work from. Heavy rains in southern India have become a disaster for the lives of the people. Meanwhile, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning of thunder and lightning in the coming days.
- rain will wreak havoc here
According to the IMD, a warning of heavy rain has been issued in the surrounding areas including Delhi-NCR. Because of this, a yellow alert has been issued for heavy rain today. At the same time, guidelines have been issued to close schools in many districts including Noida, Ghaziabad, Gurugram in NCR.
- Order issued for closure of schools in these districts of UP
Dark clouds are also raining heavily in Uttar Pradesh, due to which the rescue has been advised not to come out of the houses. In view of this, Kanpur District Inspector of Schools Ram Kishore has directed to close the schools from class 1st to 12th on September 23 in view of the heavy rain. In view of the rain warning, the district administration of Agra has also asked schools up to class 12 to remain closed on September 23 and 24. In Mainpuri, instructions have been issued to keep schools up to 8th closed for two days. In Firozabad, Kasganj Etah also a decree has been given to close the schools till 8th standard.
- no hope of relief here
There is no hope of getting relief from the monsoon rains in the surrounding areas including the national capital Delhi. It has been raining in Delhi, Haryana and UP for the last two days. A warning of torrential rain has been issued in all places including Delhi, Haryana, Ghaziabad, Noida and Meerut.
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