Shikhil Beauhar, Bhopal. The spell of rain is continuing in Madhya Pradesh. In 24 districts of the state, the Meteorological Department has issued orange and yellow alerts for very heavy to very heavy rains. Orange alert of heavy rain has been issued in Chhindwara, Seoni, Narmadapuram, Harda, Khargone, Barwani, Indore, Ujjain districts. On the other hand, yellow alert of heavy rain was issued in Dindori, Narsinghpur, Mandla, Balaghat, Raisen, Sihor Bhopal, Betul, Burhanpur, Khandwa, Alirajpur, Jhabua, Dhar, Ratlam, Dewas districts.
On the other hand, due to heavy rains in Ichhawar, road connectivity to more than a dozen villages has been cut off. Along with this, its villages have also turned into islands. Due to torrential rains in Ichhawar on Friday morning, the road connectivity of a dozen villages including Lasudian, Kalapipal has been completely cut off.
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With this, the Kalapeepal bridge was completely submerged in water. While filling the water, the roads of the villages were turned into ponds. So rain water entered many houses in the lower settlements. Due to which the household items kept in the houses have become completely spoiled due to getting wet. Due to heavy water logging on the roads, the villagers remained imprisoned in their homes. The condition is such that the students are not able to go to schools and colleges.
If there is no sweeper in the school, then the children get the toilet cleaned: girl students were seen cleaning the toilet covered with dirt, relatives objected
The road going to Ichhawar Sehore Bhopal was also closed due to heavy rains, the road connectivity to Bhopal Sehore Ashta has also been completely cut off. Due to heavy water on the bridge in front of Ichhawar police station, long queues of vehicles have started. At the same time, the movement of many buses has also stopped.
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