Prompt and timely rescue by the Army saved the life of a seriously injured 24-year-old youth in Jammu and Kashmi’s Kishtwar district.
Officials said Ankit Kumar, 24, was working in his agricultural field on Sunday with a hand tractor when he met with an accident that left him seriously injured in both legs and was unable to move.
The local army unit noticed the injured youth in the field and immediately rushed to his rescue.
“He was provided first aid and after that the jawans took him on a cot. They crossed the Chenab River on a rope with a hanging cart.
“The soldiers pulled the cart over the rope with their bare hands till they crossed the roaring Chenab River. The soldiers did this rescue virtually on the razor’s edge.
“The youth was admitted to the hospital where he is being treated now.
“Attending doctors have said that if the soldiers had not come to the youth’s rescue, he would have bled to death in his agricultural field.
“Family and the people of the area have hailed the noble and brave effort of the army,” officials said.
Mumbai Monsoon Update: Heavy rain alert in Palghar including Mumbai, Thane, thunderstorm likely on Friday
Mumbai: Climate in Mumbai Rains that had stopped for the last several days made a vigorous presence again in Mumbai city and suburbs since Thursday morning. It has been raining continuously in Mumbai since morning. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has warned of heavy rains in Mumbai, Thane and Palghar on Thursday and Friday. Due to this, rain is likely to continue in these areas for the next few hours. The weather department has also predicted rain with thunderstorms on Friday.
It had stopped raining for the past several days
However, the intensity of rain is likely to increase in the state due to the formation of a low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal. The Meteorological Department estimates that there is a possibility of heavy rain in most parts of the state for the next two to three days. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rain in Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and Raigarh, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts for the next two days.
Delhi Rains: Waterlogging, Traffic Snarls in Many Parts After Heavy Rain Lashes National Capital
Heavy rain lashed the national capital on Saturday, leading to waterlogging and traffic snarls in several parts of the city. Waterlogging was reported at the Badarpur metro station, RK Puram, and AIIMS, while massive snarls were witnessed at the Mathura Road, Mehrauli, Peeragarhi in the morning.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had predicted that Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana will experience light to moderate scattered rainfall with fairly widespread occurrences from Friday to Sunday.
Following the rainfall, the minimum temperature in the national capital on Saturday dipped to 25 degrees Celsius, two notches below the seasonal average. The IMD has predicted moderate rain through the day.
The maximum temperature is expected to hover around 34 degrees Celsius and the relative humidity at 8.30 a.m. on Saturday morning was recorded at 100 per cent.
Mumbai rains: After heavy rainfall IMD issues red alert
After witnessing heavy rainfall for more than a week, Mumbai is facing another episode of extremely heavy rainfall on Wednesday and Thursday. The Indian Meteorological Department has issued red alert for the Mumbai City and Suburban area from 8 pm on Wednesday till Thursday afternoon. In the wake of heavy rainfall, schools have been shut in the city. There is a high possibility of disruption in traffic, local train, and bus services. Know all updates about rainfall situation in Mumbai here.
Amid heavy rainfall, the collective water capacity of total 7 lakes of Mumbai was filled by 61.58% on Thursday, data released by BMC showed.
As the city continues to receive severe rainfall, the spokesperson of the Brihan mumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) undertaking told that there was no bus route diversion anywhere in the city on Thursday.
Amid heavy rainfall, the Colaba observatory recorded “extremely heavy” rainfall at 223.2 mm. The Santacruz observatory (representative of suburbs) recorded 145.1 mm rainfall in the 24-hour period ending at 8.30 am on Thursday, according to the IMD Mumbai.
Despite extreme rainfall, local trains are running on time in Mumbai. The Western Railway division informed that the trains are running normally in Mumbai Suburban route and Harbour line.Heavy rainfall continues to batter many parts of the city on Thursday. IMD has issued red alert for the city today.
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