6,000 passengers are stranded as a rain of Maharashtra dough, disrupting the train service on the Konkan route

Rescue operations exist in several Maharashtra regencies after non-stop rain causing flooding and damage to large property throughout Konkan State.

Visual of the streets flooded, the car was submerged and the people. Who struggled appeared from the country as rain down. Rain who was unrelenting, has destroyed the KONKAN region for several days that caused major rivers in Ratnagiri and Raigad to overflow over the level of danger.

Some remote trains have been stopped, cancelled or rescheduled on the Kabian Railway route. According to train officials, around 6,000 passengers were stranded on the train set at various stations on the Railway Railroad.

Many district regions Ratnagiri has been dramatically affected by Chiplun carrying the rain load.

Rescue operations are in Chiplun who are flooded, around 240 km from Mumbai, and maybe the worst affected in the state. Residents were stranded to be transferred to a safe place by Indian coast guards. The Mumbai-Goa highway has also been closed due to severe flooding in the city.

The Vashisti River and the Dam overflowed last night. The occupants were worried when floodwater began to increase rapidly. In scary visuals, the bus can be seen entirely submerged underwater – only the top seen. The local market, bus stations and train stations are all submerged in Chiplun.

The situation is very gloomy in Khed and Mahaad, also where rescue operations are located. The Jagbudi River also is flowing above the danger in Khed; Flood warnings have been heard in the nearest area.

The coast guard has mobilized the disaster relief team in every affected area; A team consisting of 35 officers involved in rescue operations.

National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed its nine rescue teams. Including four in Mumbai and one in Thane and Palghar. One team is heading for Chiplun. Two teams have also been sent to the Kolhapur district.

In Yavatmal, the water level from Sahatrakund’s waterfall also increased after heavy rains hit the district for three days. Thane Bhiwadi also saw a puddle of severe water after heavy rains over the past few days.

The Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) had previously placed Mumbai on “Yellow Warning” after predicting a hefty rain in the city, Palghar, Thane and Raigad on Wednesday.

Some parts of Mumbai are topiary this morning because heavy rains continue to spend the night in the city.

The Chairman of the Minister of Uddhav Thackeray took reviews of the situation in Ratnagiri and Raigad – the worst coastal district – the office of the minister’s chairman (CMO).

Thackeray has asked the authorities to remain vigilant and monitor the rivers that overflow and evacuate residents to safer places. He also urged residents to take all the necessary precautions.

Visual of the streets flooded, the car was submerged and the people. Who struggled appeared from the country as rain down.

The Konkan train has a length of 756 km from Roha near Mumbai to Thocert, close to Mangaluru.

The route is spread in three states – Maharashtra, Goa and Karnataka – because it consists of many rivers, canyons, and mountains.

They were training the central train service in the Thane Maharashtra district of Kasara Ghat section and near Lonavala Hill Town in Pune District side by side. Mumbai was also significantly affected on Thursday after heavy rains caused flooding, washing traces, Mudslides in the region, officials said.