Kalyan – Dombivali on 19th July:
Heavy rains have lashed Kalyan Dombivali and surrounding areas since Sunday afternoon. The low-lying areas of the city were flooded again due to torrential rains since this morning. In the last 24 hours, 177.5 mm of rainfall has been recorded in Kalyan Dombivali area.
The rain, which started on Sunday afternoon, rested somewhat after 2 p.m. And around 9 in the morning, heavy rain started again in Kalyan Dombivali. As a result, a large amount of water was found in the usual low lying areas of Kalyan Dombivali.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Chowk in Kalyan, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marg, Jarimari Mandir, Bazarpeth and Durgamata Mandir Road area to the east and Station area to the east of Dombivali, Nehru Road, Nandivali, part of MIDC etc. were flooded due to rains. Even after 3 pm, the rain seems to be continuing. Apart from that, the locals have informed that the water of Valdhuni river has also started flowing in the low lying areas near Om Tower in Shantinagar, Shivaji Nagar area of Kalyan East.
Meanwhile, the residents of low-lying areas have been worried about the heavy rains after taking a break for some time and the municipal administration is also on alert.
“Rain like heavy rains in Kalyan Dombivali – Commissioner Dr. Vijay Suryavanshi “
Kalyan Dombivali has received 177 mm of rainfall in the last 24 hours. All our systems have been on alert since yesterday afternoon and in some places citizens have also been evacuated. Citizens should evacuate to a safe place before water seeps into the house. We have all the systems in place to drain the stagnant water and the Integrated Command Center is monitoring the situation in the city with the help of 700 cameras. Vijay Suryavanshi said.
Rainfall in Thane district in last 24 hours
Thane – 151 millimeters
Kalyan-Dombivali – 177.5 millimeters
Murbad – 97 millimeters
Bhiwandi – 180 millimeters
Shahapur – 149.5 millimeters
Ulhasnagar – 168 mm
Ambernath – 146 millimeters
Thane district receives an average rainfall of 152 mm