NO:-32-20/2017-NDM-I Ministry of Home Affairs (Disaster Management Division)

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1 [ NO:-32-20/2017-NDM-I Ministry of Home Affairs (Disaster Management Division) SITREP NO. 56/ /07/2017 (1515 Hours) Sub:- MONSOON-2017: DAILY MONSOON / FLOOD SITUATION REPORT 1. CENTRAL WATER COMMISSION (DAILY WATER LEVELS AND FORECASTS FOR LEVEL FORECAST SITES) According to the Central Water Commission (CWC) report dated 26/07/2017, there is no Unprecedented and High flood site in the country. However, 04 Moderate flood sites have been reported in Assam-01, Bihar-01, UP-01 and Odisha-01 respectively. 2. IMD WARNING DURING NEXT 03 DAYS:- Yesterday s well marked low pressure area over Gangetic West Bengal & adjoining Jharkhand intensified into a depression over northwest Jharkhand & neighbourhood at 0830 hours IST of today, the 26 th July 2017 near latitude 24.0Degree N and longitude 84.0 Degree E close to Daltonganj (Jharkhand) and 220 km east-southeast of Sidhi ((East Madhya Pradesh). The system is very likely to move west-northwestwards and weaken gradually. Warning (i) (ii) Heavy Rainfall Warning : Rainfall at most places with heavy to very heavy rainfall at a few places and isolated extremely heavy rainfall is very likely over Jharkhand, north Chhattisgarh & Northeast Madhya Pradesh and isolated heavy falls over southeast Uttar Pradesh during next 24 hours. Rainfall at most places with isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall very likely over East Madhya Pradesh and isolated heavy rainfall over East Uttar Pradesh, West Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh on 27 th. Wind Warning : Squally winds speed reaching kmph gusting to 60 kmph would prevail over Jharkhand, north Chhattisgarh, Northeast Madhya Pradesh and southeast Uttar Pradesh during next 24 hrs. 26 JULY (Day 1): Heavy to very heavy with extremely heavy falls at isolated places very likely over East Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh & Jharkhand; heavy to very heavy at isolated places over East Rajasthan and Gujarat region and heavy at isolated places very likely over East Uttar Pradesh, West Rajasthan, Vidarbha, Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha, Assam & Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura, Saurashtra & Kutch and Konkan & Goa. 27 JULY (Day 2): Heavy to very heavy with extremely heavy falls at isolated places very likely over East Rajasthan; heavy to very heavy at isolated places over northeast Madhya Pradesh and heavy at isolated places over Himachal Pradesh, East Uttar Pradesh, West Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat state and Konkan & Goa. 28 July (Day 3): Heavy to very heavy with extremely heavy falls at isolated places very likely over East Rajasthan; heavy to very heavy at isolated places over Gujarat region; heavy at isolated places very likely over Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim and Konkan & Goa. 3. NDRF OPERATIONAL DEPLOYMENT ( 65 Teams personnel) Total 65 teams (Assam-09, Punjab-01, U.P.-06, Arunachal Pradesh-01, J & K-04, Gujarat-18, Rajasthan-05, Maharashtra-01, Delhi-01, Bihar-04, WB-05, Uttarakhand-03, Jharkhand-03, Himachal Pradesh-01, Nagaland-01 & Madhya Pradesh-02) consisting of 2350 personnel with 185 boats are deployed. -2-

2 Achievement during flood season are as under: Assam : Gujarat: Rajasthan: So far NDRF teams evacuated 614 persons, retrieved 5 dead bodies and provide medical Assistance to 30 pers. During last 24 hour NDRF teams evacuated 372 flood affected personnel, during rescue operation in various districts. So far NDRF teams evacuated 1162 persons, 19 live stocks. During last 24 hour NDRF teams evacuated 66 flood affected personnel, live stock-05 and distributed 600 food packets. So far NDRF teams evacuated 245 persons, live stock-5 and distributed 1710 food packets. 4. LOGISTIC SUPPORT PROVIDED BY THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE ON 25/07/ teams of Air Force and 01 team of Army deployed at Jalore and Sirohi in Rajasthan. 02 teams (01-Army & 01-Air Force) deployed in Gujarat State. 5. REPORTS RECEIVED FROM STATES/UT. UTTARAKHAND:- As per DM Report of Uttarakhand dated , following loss of lives and damages have been reported. Districts affected village/localities affected - Population affected (in lakh) - due to Natural (on ), Total death -19( (till date) Disaster/Flood - 01 Partially-3 Big-01 relief camp open - persons evacuated - Inmates in Relief Camps - - Total crop area affected ( in Hectares) - Assistance provided by Govt. of India 03 NDRF teams - ASSAM:- As per DM Division, Assam report dated , following loss of lives and damages have been reported:- Districts affected 09 revenue circle affected 26 village/localities affected 142 Population affected (in lakh) ( ) Total death -77 (upto ) Partially - 30 /Affected -- relief camp open 19 persons evacuated Inmates in Relief Camps 4716 Total crop area affected ( in Hectares) Relief distributed Rice (in Q) , Dal (in Q)-14.94, Salt(in Q)-3.70, M.Oil and other items. Assistance provided by Govt. of India 09 NDRF teams Rescue operation 25 Boats No report received from the State on up to 1500 hrs. -3-

3 BIHAR:- As per report received from Disaster Management Department Bihar on , ` following loss/damages have been reported:- Districts affected 01 village/localities affected 11 Population affected (in lakh) 0.17 (Lakh) Fully-, Partially -05 relief camp opened 03 persons evacuated 122 Inmates in Relief Camps 502 Total crop area affected ( in Hectares) Assistance provided by Govt of India 04 NDRF teams 01 SDRF team deployed in Purnea district. Motor boat-01 & Govt. country boat- 29 Nos. No report received from the State wef up to 1500 hrs. GUJARAT:-As per report received from Deptt of Disaster Management Gujarat on , following loss/damages have been reported:- Districts affected 05(Banaskantha, Sabarkatha, Patan, Ahmedabad, & Mahesana) village/localities affected 50 Population affected ( ) & Total death -94 ( Till date) Survey work is going on Loss of live stock 89 relief camp open 29 persons evacuated 2653 Inmates in Relief Camps Total crop area affected ( in Hectares) Assistance provided by Govt of India 18 NDRF teams, 11 Company of BSF Deployment of Army & Air Force 01 each Army & Air Force. 11 Company of SDRF & 10 Fire Brigade Note :- Food Packets distributed :- 4,00,000 UTTAR PRADESH As per report received from Relief Commissioner Office of Uttar Pradesh on , following loss/damages have been reported:- Districts affected 09 village/localities affected 181 Population affected on & Total death -06 (till ) Fully-51, Partially relief camp open 9 persons evacuated Inmates in Relief Camps 2016 Total crop area affected ( in Hectares)

4 Assistance provided by Govt. of India 06 NDRF teams 9 State Police/ Boats- 132 Nos. No report received from the State on up to 1500 hrs. RAJASTHAN:- As per report received from Relief Commissioner Office/ Disaster Management of Rajasthan on , following loss/damages (cumulative figures) have been reported:- Districts affected 03( Pali, Sirohi, Jalore) village/localities affected - Population affected - ( ) total death -16 (till ) 07 Fully-06, Partially relief camp open persons evacuated 375 Inmates in Relief Camps 904 Total crop area affected ( in Hectares) Assistance provided by Govt of India 05 NDRF & 01 CRPF Deployment of Army & Air Force Air Force-03 teams and Army SDRF teams(01 team each in Sirohi & Jalore) No report received from the State on up to 1500 hrs SIKKIM:- As per report received from Relief Commissioner Office/Disaster Management of Sikkim on , following loss/damages have been reported:- Districts affected 03 village/localities affected -- Population affected -- on , total death -02 (upto ) Fully, Partially- relief camp open persons evacuated Inmates in Relief Camps Total crop area affected ( in Hectares) Assistance provided by Govt of India No report received from the State on up to 1500 hrs CHHATTISGARH:- As per report received from Relief Commissioner Office/Disaster Management of Chhattisgarh on , following loss/damages have been reported:- Districts affected 01 village/localities affected Population affected (On ) & total death -24 (till date) relief camp open persons evacuated Inmates in Relief Camps Fully-01

5 Total crop area affected ( in Hectares) Assistance provided by Govt. of India ODISHA:- As per report received from Relief Commissioner Office/Disaster Management of Chhattisgarh on , following loss/damages have been reported:- Districts affected 07 village/localities affected Blocks- 26 Population affected On & total death -03 (till date) relief camp open 02 persons evacuated 10 Inmates in Relief Camps 10 Total crop area affected ( in Hectares) 854 Ha Assistance provided by Govt. of India CRPF 02 (ODRAF), Fire Service. No report received from the State on up to 1500 hrs. ARUNACHAL PRADESH:- As per report received from Relief Commissioner Office/Disaster Management of Chhattisgarh on , following loss/damages have been reported:- Districts affected 20 village/localities affected 199 Population affected On & total death -41 (till date) 07 Fully-1021, Partially (Poultry, large, small animal) relief camp open 32 persons evacuated 1964 Inmates in Relief Camps -- Total crop area affected ( in Hectares) Assistance provided by Govt. of India No report received from the State on up to 1500 hrs. Distribution:- Control Room Officer, MHA Tel , 64, 66 Fax Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister (Fax ) 2. Cabinet Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, Rashtrapati Bhawan (Fax ) 3. Prime Minister s Office (Fax / ) 4. PPS to Member Secretary, NDMA, NDMA Bhawan, New Delhi (Fax ) 5. Cabinet Secretariat (Fax / ) 6. The DACIDS (Ops & Logistics) Room No.16, INCP, Gate No-11, South Block, New Delhi. (Fax / ) Copy to:- 1. PS to Home Minister/MOS(R)/MOS(H) 2. PS to Home Secretary/PPS to AS (DM)/JS-(DM Fax )/JS (DM-DAC Fax )/DG (Media & Communication)/ Director (DM-I) Fax ) /Master Folder. NERC Control Room, MHA, NDCC building Fax

6 -06- ANNEXURE-I Name of States /UTs Date when updated Populati on affected Extent of Damage (cumulative figures) (Provisional) huma n lives lost districts affected No. of villag es affect ed cattle/ Livestock lost (Big+ Small) Cropped area affected (in ha) houses damaged Fully Partially / Severely Includin g huts/ shade Estimate d value of damage (Rs. In Lakh) Estimated value of Total damage (Rs. In lakh) Andaman & Nicobar Islands Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Daman & Diu D & N Haveli Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh J & K Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Mizoram Manipur Meghalaya Odisha Punjab Puducherry Rajasthan Sikkim Telangana Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal Total

7 -07- Annexure II Name of States/ UTs Date when updated persons evacuated relief camps opened/ Distribut ion Centre. persons accomm odated in the relief camps Rescue and Relief (Provisional) GR paid, if any, specify the item and amount medical teams deployed Andaman & Nicobar Islands Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam / Rice (in Q) Dal (in Q) , Salt(in Q) , M.Oil & other items. Bihar Chhattisgarh Daman & Diu D & N Haveli Goa Gujarat Food Packets Haryana Himachal Pradesh J & K Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Mizoram Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Odisha Punjab Puducherry Rajasthan Sikkim Telangana Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal cattle in cattle camps

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