Maharashtra: 7 Dead, Over 75,000 People Shifted in Kolhapur

The death toll in Maharashtra has climbed to 138 as heavy rains have flooded parts of Maharashtra and its adjoining areas, throwing life out of gear.

Mumbai: The death toll in Maharashtra has climbed to 138 as heavy rains have flooded parts of Maharashtra and its adjoining areas, throwing life out of gear. As per the state government’s data, about 1 lakh 35 thousand people have been evacuated from the flood-affected areas.

“As per the data of July 24 at 9.30 pm, about 1 lakh 35 thousand people have been evacuated from the flood-affected areas. A total of 112 deaths have been reported and 3221 animals have died. A total of 53 people were injured and 99 are missing,” said Relief and Rehabilitation Department.

Meanwhile, floodwater has entered the roads and fields, submerging many areas of the Sangli district in Maharashtra. Locals of the area are keeping around-the-clock vigil.

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