Maharashtra Rain: According to the administration, 2,29,074 people have been evacuated from the affected areas so far. The number of deaths from rain-related incidents in Maharashtra rose to 164 on Monday, according to the state government, after 11 more bodies were discovered in Raigad and two each in Wardha and Akola, while 100 people were still missing.
There have been 71 deaths in Raigad, 41 in Satara, 21 in Ratnagiri, 12 in Thane, seven in Kolhapur, four in Mumbai, and two each in Sindhudurg, Pune, Wardha, and Akola, according to the report. In addition, 56 individuals have been injured in rain-related accidents, with 100 persons still missing, according to the report. There were 53 persons reported missing in Raigad, 27 in Satara, 14 in Ratnagiri, four in Thane, and one each in Sindhudurg and Kolhapur.
According to the press announcement, 34 persons have been hurt in Raigad, seven in Mumbai and Ratnagiri, six in Thane, and two in Sindhudurg so far. On Monday, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar visited many rain-stricken villages in the Sangli district, using a rescue boat to reach flood victims in certain regions. Ajit Pawar also spoke with flood victims, promising them rehabilitation and every assistance from the state administration.
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray met with residents, businesspeople, and shopkeepers in Chiplun, which was flooded severely in the Ratnagiri district of the Konkan area, on Sunday. He promised them all that the state government would assist them in restoring normalcy to the area. They will need “central assistance for long-term mitigation efforts,” according to Uddhav Thackeray, and thorough statistics on the amount of damages will be provided.
Many region of India is suffering from heavy rain, and from this rain many people of rainy area, escaping their habitat. Central government is also providing food materials, and NDRF team