29 deaths in four days: Monsoon delayed for the first time in 60 years, devastation everywhere

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New Delhi:September is about to end, but different parts of the country are raining unexpectedly. Normally, by this time every year the monsoon has gone, but this is the first time in the last 60 years that the monsoon is taking the longest time to go. The return of the monsoon so late has become a disaster for the people. Heavy rains in various parts of the country have caused a lot of loss of life and property. But wreaking havoc There are flood conditions in Maharashtra after heavy rains. This flood has taken 17 lives so far. Life in Hyderabad is also disrupted due to floods and three people have died. If other parts of the country are connected, 29 deaths have occurred due to floods and rains so far. The rains have caused havoc in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. School-colleges have been closed in many cities including Lucknow, Varanasi. Heavy rain has been warned in Bihar for the next three days. Such heavy rainfall is also not good for farmers.

Monsoon will be delayed for the first time after 1960.The situation of monsoon, it is not possible to leave for 10 days. This is the first time since 1960, when the monsoon will say goodbye with such a delay. According to Indian Meteorological Department head Mrityunjay Mahapatra, heavy monsoon is expected to return by October 5. Therefore, it is possible that the monsoon will not start returning till October 5.