Ahemedabad/Srinagar, June 26: Every year, whenever monsoon season approaches, some states of India get badly affected by the incessant rains, that leads to flooding and landslides.
Heavy rainfall in states like Gujarat, Assam and Jammu and Kashmir have disrupted normal lives and has lead to devastation.
At least 81 people have died in Gujarat over the past four days in the heavy rainfall. The Gujarat government has announced Rs 4 lakh each as compensation to families of the deceased.
In flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir, the water level in Jhelum crossed the danger mark at Sangam in south Kashmir on Thursday, as most parts of the valley were lashed by incessant rains since Wednesday. A flood alert was sounded in Anantnag and Pulwama districts.
On Thursday, June 25, heavy rains washed away a vital bridge over Mandakini river between Sonprayag and Gaurikund on way to Kedarnath in Himachal Pradesh.
Meanwhile, in Assam, the flood situation has improved considerably with around 3,500 people affected due to heavy rains in ten villages.
A man carries his belongings as he moves through a flooded at Mahjoor Nagar in Srinagar on Thursday.
An Ariel view of the flooded areas of Amreli Distt caused by heavy rains on Thursday.
Army and Police personnel rescuing locals from the flood hit area, through a temporary wooden bridge at Nihama, in Kulgam district of South Kashmir on Thursday.
People move to a safer place after floods hits Anantnag, due to heavy rainfall in Kashmir on Thursday.
Submerged houses in flood water after two-days of continuous rainfall, at the main market in Anantnag, South Kashmir on Wednesday.
Local people look at an oil tanker stranded in middle of a river after heavy rainfall caused floods in Anantnag area of South Kashmir on Thursday.
Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel looks from a plane at the flooded areas of the district in Amreli on Thursday.
People block the Anantnag-Jammu national highway during a protest demanding rescue of people stuck in flooded areas in Anantnag district of South Kashmir on Thursday.
Air force personnel rescuing marooned people on their roofs, after floods hit the Amreli district due to heavy rains in Gujarat on Thursday.
People stranded on a damaged bridge as they wait for Air Force personnel for rescue after heavy rainfall caused floods in Amreli district in Gujarat on Thursday.
Air Force personnel air lifts people stranded on a roof top after heavy rains caused floods in Amreli district in Gujarat on Thursday.
Air force personnel carrying rescue operations after floods hit the Amreli district due to heavy rains in Gujarat on Thursday.
Stranded people being shifted with the help of a garbage lifter from flooded Gondal town on Wednesday.
A flooded street after heavy rains in Gondal on Wednesday.