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MeT issues alert in Uttrakhand, heavy rain in next 48-hrs

On Tuesday, an official of the MetDepartment alerts many parts of  Uttarakhand to receive a very heavy rainfall in the next 48-hours.

The alert is especially declared for the  Dehradun and Nainital region of Uttarakhand.

Cloudbursts and landslides due to heavy rainfall result from the large scale of damage and loss of lives.

The situation got worse when near about 50 roads continue to be blocked by landslides.

It leads problems for many people living in this affected area to commute from one place to other .

However, the roads leading to the four Dhaam i.e Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath  have also been affected  by landslides.


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