Currently, it is raining all over the country. Recent years have seen an increase in the risk of natural disasters during monsoons. Therefore, for the first time, 9 units of NDRF have already been deployed in 7 districts so that the time of relief and rescue work will not come in time, the State Disaster Management reported today at the pre-monsoon review meeting. .
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Two each in Thane and Mumbai and one each in Kolhapur, Satara, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Palghar from June 15. Similarly, a contingent from the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) will be deployed to Nanded and a detachment to Gadchiroli from June 15 to September 15.
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Also, the discharge of water from dams during the monsoon is always an important issue. Officials of the Department of Water Resources can properly carry out flood control planning. In this regard, the Chief Minister and Vice Chief Minister instructed at today’s pre-monsoon review meeting that the engineers involved must remain at the dam site under any circumstances and must not leave the site without the permission of the Chief Engineer. .
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The Department of Water Resources has developed a system for the general public to know in real time how much water is being released from the dam for flood control, through which citizens in the dam area will also receive advance notice. Notably, anyone can view this information live on the Department of Water Resources website beginning June 15.