It should be noted that in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, continuous heavy rains tragically killed five people, while more than 200 local residents were affected in the Chandertal district of Lahul and Spiti districts. .
The inclement weather reportedly caused significant damage to communities, inundating vehicles and various structures, including a 50-year-old bridge connecting Aut communities in Mandi and Larji districts near Sainj and Banjar. In addition, 11 houses were damaged and roads and electricity were interrupted.
The Met Office has issued a Red Alert for seven districts in Himachal Pradesh, and extreme heavy rain is likely to continue on Sunday. In this regard, the closure of educational institutions was announced on Monday and Tuesday.
Heavy rains also battered the capital of the South Asian republic and surrounding areas, causing traffic jams and severe flooding in parts of the city.