12 Dead in Pune due to Heavy Rain, Schools and Colleges are also closed for now

The recent reports are suggesting that at the very least around 12 people have lost their respective life due to several flooding and wall-collapsing incidents which are taking place across Pune. The officials said on Thursday that, the heavy rain which is destroying the entirety of Maharashtra has taken the life of 12 people. The Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis told on Thursday that the officials are going to monitor the situation very closely.

Chief Minister, Fadnavis took it to the social networking news and media platform, Twitter, and said that around 15,000 people have been evacuated from Baramati city. In addition to this, Fadnavis also said that the National Disaster Response Force teams are going be deployed in the tehsil of Baramati and also in the city.


Moreover, the NDRF team would also provide the necessary assistance across the areas that have been significantly affected by floods and rain. Colleges along with schools in several tehsils of Pune have already declared holiday due to the life-threatening natural disaster.

Floods and Rain are consuming the life of innocents

The latest report also suggests that five people who have been sleeping near Khed-Shivaput village’s dargah which is located on the National Higher of Bengaluru-Mumbai have washed away due to pouring rain. The report comes from Sandip Patil, a senior official of the police force. Patil also said that two people from the Purandar area have also been reported as missing due to natural calamity.

Among the five people who have been washed away, there was a nine-year kid, who was killed as a wall collapsed in Arneshwar area, according to Prashant Ranpise, CFO.

Sujeeth Kalyan
Sujeeth Kalyan
Sujeeth Kalyan is a content writer & social media specialist by day; a storyteller & a freelance writer by night. As a self-proclaimed prodigy in writing, he believes that language is borderless, and writing gives a person the absolute power to create and destroy things. Anyone can write as long as they have a strong narrative capability and the ability to emote feelings into words.

Most Popular