Video: Cars Washed Away In Flooded Jodhpur Road After Heavy Rain

On Monday, the Indian Meteorological Department said Rajasthan is probably going to get serious precipitation over the course of the following two days.

Jodhpur: As weighty downpours kept on lashing a few pieces of Rajasthan, setting off monstrous floods in the express, a viral video shows vehicles being washed away in Jodhpur.

A video cut showed two or three vehicles in various areas across the city being taken off in water spouting through the streets. The clasp was from Monday night.

Considering what is happening, the Jodhpur locale gatherer pronounced an occasion in schools on Tuesday.

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla informed that 5 individuals, including 4 kids, passed on in downpour related occurrences and communicated sympathies.

In Jodhpur (Rajasthan) because of weighty downpours, the passing of five individuals including four youngsters is extremely miserable. Imploring God to allow harmony to the withdrew spirits. My sympathies to the deprived families. Om Shanti,” tweeted Mr Birla.

On Monday, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said the western state is probably going to get serious precipitation throughout the following two days. As indicated by IMD authorities, a low-pressure region is lying over southwest Rajasthan and the area, and its related cyclonic course is stretching out up to mid-tropospheric levels.

The IMD said a rainstorm box is probably going to persevere during the following two-three days and afterward shift northwards towards its generally expected position from July 27, for the ensuing 3-4 days.

As per the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Ajmer kept the most noteworthy precipitation of 9 cm in the state during the most recent 24 hours that finished at 8.30 am on Monday. Aligarh in Tonk got 7 cm downpour, Asind in Bhilwara 6 cm, Pratapgarh 5 cm, and Karauli’s Sapotra and Jaipur’s Bassi gotten 4 cm precipitation each.

The climate office has anticipated light to direct rain in many spots and weighty downpour at certain spots in Jodhpur, Kota, Ajmer and Udaipur divisions. Light to direct rains will keep on hitting pockets of Bharatpur, Jaipur and Bikaner divisions likewise, the Met office said.


An expanded precipitation action is anticipated in the northern piece of India, especially, with a low-pressure region being conformed to South-West Rajasthan, this district and adjoining regions are probably going to get weighty precipitation.

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