Shimla, August 9

As many as 233 individuals have misplaced their lives in rain-related incidents in the course of the ongoing monsoon season as yet another demise was reported in Bilaspur at present. The cumulative loss to the state has touched Rs 77,325 lakh.

As many as 18 roads have been closed and one water provide scheme was disrupted within the state. The native MeT workplace has issued a yellow warning of heavy rain at remoted locations in Bilaspur, Kangra, Mandi and Shimla on August 12 and Chamba, Kangra, Mandi and Sirmaur on August 13.

Rain lashed components of Himachal and Naina Devi acquired 112 mm of rains adopted by Dalhousie 46 mm, Bharari 38 mm, Pachhad 35 mm every, Nahan, Sarakaghat and Nalagarh 34 mm every, Baldwara 32 mm, Barasa 28 mm, Amb and Kangra 22 mm every, Chawari 19 mm, Manali 17 mm, Kasauli and Bilaspur 16 mm every, Kandaghat, Dharmshala and Shimla 15 mm every, Palampur 14 mm, Paonta Sahib 12 mm and Dehra Gopipur 11 mm.

There was no considerable change within the minimal and most temperatures and Keylong recorded 11.3°C whereas Una registered 34.3 ° C. — TNS

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