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Warning of precedence in three major districts bordering Belgaum in Karnataka; Relieve dry Delhi eyes after gloomy days MPNRC News

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The warning sign (39 feet) will be reached by Thursday morning.

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Two units of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have already been deployed in the flood-hit Shirol tehsil and Kolhapur city. Heavy rains are falling in Satara and Kolhapur districts, prompting the district administration of Kolhapur to take precautionary measures to face any flood situation in the flood-hit districts in 2019 and 2021.

Due to torrential rains, the water level of Panchganga river at Rajaram Vihir in Kolhapur fell 32 feet, 7 feet below the danger threshold and 11 feet below the danger level at 8 pm on Wednesday. Red alert is applicable for Satara district from 6th to 8th July and for Kolhapur district from 7th to 9th July.

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“During this period, heavy rains will fall in the desolate places of the Ghats in the affected areas. A red alert has been issued for Pune, July 7 and July 8, ”Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) officials said. If the rains continue in Kolhapur district, the water levels of Panchganga, Dudhganga, Warna, Hiranyakeshi, Ghatprabha and Vedganga rivers will reach dangerous levels by the morning of July 7, the district collector said.

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The administration has appealed to the citizens to follow the instructions given. Kolhapur District Guardian Secretary Praveen Darade has directed the authorities to coordinate with the Karnataka government on the issue of discharge of water from Alamatti Dam to avoid flood-like situation.

Taking note of the IMD’s warning, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde held discussions with Kolhapur District Collector Rahul Rekhawar, officials said. Meanwhile, a total of 14 families from Gutke village in Mulshi taluka of Pune district were relocated to temporary residential buildings as a precautionary measure in view of the possibility of landslides, a senior district official said. Pune Zilla Parishad (ZP) Chief Executive Officer Ayush Prasad visited the village and supervised the movement of persons and cattle.

“A total of 14 families from Gutke village in Mulshi taluka were relocated to temporary residential buildings built on open ground as a precaution against landslides,” he said. The district administration had observed last year that the land just above the settlement had shifted by one foot, Prasad said. “Last year, geologists rushed to the area. Landslides were found during the study. Residents were evacuated as it was dangerous, ”he added. The road leading to Pratapgad fort in Satara district of western Maharashtra collapsed due to torrential rains. No casualties were reported, Public Works Department Executive Engineer Sanjay Sonawane said earlier in the day.

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