Gir-Somnath unseasonal rains, Tulsishyam forest received 2 inches of rain in 1 hour

Gir-Somnath. Heavy rains have lashed the Tulsishyam forest in Gir-Somnath district. The Bhimchas river, which flows out of the Tulsishyam forest, has been flooded in the summer. There is an atmosphere of concern among the farmers due to Mawtha. There are heaps of onions in the fields, heaps of millets, which is causing concern among the farmers.


Gir-Somnath unseasonal rains, Tulsishyam forest received 2 inches of rain in 1 hour

Seasonal gusts in rural areas including Navagam, Umrala, Machharda, Bhangra of Kalawad
The two farm laborers were talking on the phone under a tree, one injured and shifted to hospital
Crops including sesame, millet, mango, onion were damaged

Rajkot. The atmosphere in Khambha diocese changed this afternoon. It rained with thunder in the rural panth of Khambha and Gir border. It rained in rural areas including Khamba city, Nanudi, Umaria, Tatania, Lhasa, Gidardi. Farmers were affected by the rains on Diwali crops. Then now the summer and mango crops have been damaged. The village of Kalameghda in Rajkot was lashed by heavy winds and hail. Clouds throughout the summer as well

The chill had spread to the surrounding areas. A laborer was killed when lightning struck a tree in Kanavadala village of Jamkandora taluka while another was injured and shifted to Civil Hospital for treatment through 108.

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