Pune: Do now not travel to spots at risk of heavy showers, says advisory
PUNE: The incessant downpour has precipitated travel agencies to advocate visitors to stay away from locations known to get hold of heavy rains as well as places with rivers, water our bodies and ghat sections.
Bhushi dam, Mulshi, Lavasa, Bor ghat, Khadakwasla feature in the listing of spots that may be skipped for now. Met department officers have also said that possibilities of landslides in ghats and flooding stay high.
Rajendra Chandankar, proprietor of Delta Cars, told TOI that the organization has temporarily stopped sending motors to tourist locations like Tamhini ghat, Mulshi, Bushi dam, Trimbakeshwar and fortress regions for as a minimum the next couple of days due to bad street situations due to heavy rains and the hazard of landslides.
Ashwin Trivedi, director of vehicle condominium agency Pluto Travels India Pvt Ltd, stated, “Just earlier than Khalapur, human beings like to test out the small waterfalls whilst visiting at the expressway. They also prevent to click on selfies, which should now not be completed. Heavy rains have made the roads slippery and vehicles can lose manage. It is therefore first-rate not to prevent on highways.”
Trivedi said that during view of the heavy rains a set of corporates lately cancelled their Pune-Mumbai trips until August 31 for safety motives.
Another supply from the tourism enterprise said that trekking to forts must also be prevented in the cutting-edge scenario, especially if the trek isn’t guided. “Areas adjoining Bhandardara in Ahmednagar district, like Konkan Kada, beaches and ghats like Malshej ghat must be avoided,” he said.
A met branch legitimate stated that it’s far excellent to keep away from picnic spots within the ghat regions or the ones close to waterfalls or water bodies at some point of the following days. “In case of a few rivers or dams, all of a sudden water glide may want to boom and there can be a flash flood. Heavy rain may also have also cause landslides. It is consequently excellent to keep away from such places for the following days because of the extraordinarily heavy rain forecast,” he stated.
PUNE: Clicking snap shots with gushing waters fee an 18-year-antique his lifestyles after Indrayani river’s robust contemporary swept him away at Indori village, close to Talegaon Dabhade, on Saturday morning.
Police recognized the deceased as Sourabh Kalge. His circle of relatives hails from Belgaum in Karnataka. They had shifted to Chakan looking for jobs. His father worked as a driving force with a delivery operator.
Kalge become visiting the riverside area, regionally referred to as Kundmala, with two buddies. Around 8am, he turned into taking “selfies” with Indrayani River’s gushing waters inside the backdrop when he slipped and fell.
Officers from the Talegaon MIDC police station and National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) officers rushed to the spot. The villagers and his pals confirmed that Kalge become swept away while taking selfies with the gushing waters.
The police and NDRF groups conducted searches alongside the river bank and downstream of the river for numerous hours. However, the operation become referred to as off after water hyacinth and muddy water saved gushing at the web page.
Officers at the Talegaon and Kamshet police stations stated waters within the Indrayani River reached risky degrees on Friday and Saturday. The villagers had been thronging at the river aspect to see the waters. Many bridges have gone below water. Officers had been deployed to avert accidents.