According to the news of India Today, heavy rain and winds were effective in many regions in the north of the country.
At least 15 people lost their lives in the landslides that occurred in the higher parts of the region.
According to a statement from the Indian Meteorological Service (IMD), 153 kilograms of precipitation per square meter fell in New Delhi in 24 hours, the highest amount of precipitation recorded in a single day since 1982.
IMD has issued a “yellow alert” for New Delhi residents on the forecast of moderate heavy rain.
Heavy rain flooded parks, underpasses, markets and hospital buildings, causing transportation problems.
In the statement made by the Central Water Commission of India (CWC), it was informed that the water level of the Yamuna River in Delhi has risen and is expected to exceed the danger limit of 205.33 meters on 11 July.