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Rain causes extensive damage in Punjab and Haryana

Rain in Haryana and Punjab abated after three days of onslaught even as several parts still remained flooded and the death toll due to rain-related incidents mounted to 15. The days-long rain has left behind a trail of destruction with properties worth crores destroyed and farmlands flooded.
Last Updated : 12 July 2023, 09:05 IST

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Relief measures under way in Punjab and Haryana on Wednesday as several parts of the states remained flooded following incessant rains in the past three days. Credit: PTI Photo
Relief measures under way in Punjab and Haryana on Wednesday as several parts of the states remained flooded following incessant rains in the past three days. Credit: PTI Photo
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In Punjab, nearly 10,000 people have so far been evacuated in Patiala, Rupnagar, Moga, Ludhiana, Mohali, SBS Nagar and Fatehgarh Sahib districts,  officials said. Credit: PTI Photo
In Punjab, nearly 10,000 people have so far been evacuated in Patiala, Rupnagar, Moga, Ludhiana, Mohali, SBS Nagar and Fatehgarh Sahib districts, officials said. Credit: PTI Photo
The weather remained clear at most places for the second day in the region on Wednesday after three days of incessant rains. Credit: PTI Photo
The weather remained clear at most places for the second day in the region on Wednesday after three days of incessant rains. Credit: PTI Photo
According to government data, the death toll due to rain-related incidents in the two states is 15 which include seven deaths in Haryana. Credit: PTI Photo
According to government data, the death toll due to rain-related incidents in the two states is 15 which include seven deaths in Haryana. Credit: PTI Photo
The heavy rainfall has left behind a trail of destruction with properties worth crores destroyed and farmlands flooded. Credit: PTI Photo
The heavy rainfall has left behind a trail of destruction with properties worth crores destroyed and farmlands flooded. Credit: PTI Photo
A man looks inside a car, that was washed away in floodwater, from which three bodies were found, at village Toga near Chandigarh. Credit: PTI Photo
A man looks inside a car, that was washed away in floodwater, from which three bodies were found, at village Toga near Chandigarh. Credit: PTI Photo
A section of a road caved in due to heavy monsoon rains in Chandigarh. Credit: PTI Photo
A section of a road caved in due to heavy monsoon rains in Chandigarh. Credit: PTI Photo
Relief measures under way in the affected areas of the two states. Credit: PTI Photo
Relief measures under way in the affected areas of the two states. Credit: PTI Photo
Indian Army personnel rescue people stuck in a flooded residential area after an increase in the water level of Badi Nadi river following heavy monsoon rain, in Patiala. Credit: PTI Photo
Indian Army personnel rescue people stuck in a flooded residential area after an increase in the water level of Badi Nadi river following heavy monsoon rain, in Patiala. Credit: PTI Photo
Jalandhar MP Sushil Rinku holds a baby during a rescue operation at the flood-affected areas following heavy monsoon rains. Credit: Twitter/@Sushilrinku_13
Jalandhar MP Sushil Rinku holds a baby during a rescue operation at the flood-affected areas following heavy monsoon rains. Credit: Twitter/@Sushilrinku_13
Vehicles make their way on a waterlogged road amid heavy monsoon rains in Chandigarh. Credit: PTI Photo
Vehicles make their way on a waterlogged road amid heavy monsoon rains in Chandigarh. Credit: PTI Photo
Floodwaters of the swollen Badi Nadi river inundates a locality in Patiala. Credit: PTI Photo
Floodwaters of the swollen Badi Nadi river inundates a locality in Patiala. Credit: PTI Photo
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Published 12 July 2023, 06:22 IST

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