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Schools, Colleges Closed In 22 Tamil Nadu Districts Over Heavy Rain Alert

Heavy rainfall has disrupted life in a number of areas of Tamil Nadu. (File)

A crimson alert for heavy rainfall has been issued for 5 districts of Tamil Nadu by the climate division and faculties and faculties have been closed in 22 districts after a number of areas have been flooded, officers mentioned at this time.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted ‘heavy to extraordinarily very heavy rainfall’ in Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Ramanathapuram, Pudukottai and Nagapattinam districts of the state.

Incessant rains within the state have brought on widespread injury to crops, buildings and roads and led to waterlogging and flooding in a number of areas until now.

Following successive spells of rainfall since final month, a vacation has been declared for faculties and faculties in 22 districts together with Thoothukudi, Kanniyakumari, Tirunelveli, Cuddalore, Tiruvarur, Tenkasi and Villupuram.

A vacation has additionally been declared for instructional establishments in Puducherry and Karaikal.

Thoothukudi metropolis in Tamil Nadu acquired 25.9cm of rain until 5:30am this morning whereas Karaikal in Puducherry acquired 11.9cm of rain.

Water entered a number of homes in Thoothukudi, inflicting a flood-like scenario.

Officials are bracing for waterlogging, extreme crop damages, uprooting of bushes, injury to cattle and enhance in water ranges within the rivers and lakes following the heavy rainfall warning.

Crops unfold over greater than 50,000 hectares have been battered by heavy rain in Tamil Nadu until now which acquired 68 per cent greater than common downpour this monsoon season.

More than 2,300 houses have been broken because of the heavy rain which has been pounding the state since October. Two thirds of the state obtained flooded because the rain peaked with two successive spells within the second week of November.

A central workforce accomplished a go to to evaluate the injury because the state has sought a 2,600-crore aid.

Water from neighbouring states has additionally compounded the disaster in Tamil Nadu as heavy discharge from neighboring Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh impacted a number of areas within the state.

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