Vadodara city in central Gujarat received a staggering 442 mm of rainfall in just 12 hours on Wednesday, forcing shut-down of airport, cancellation of a few trains and leading to heavy water-logging.
Schools in the city will remain closed on Thursday. Rains also lashed other parts of the state, including Ahmedabad city and central Gujarat. The state government asked the local administration to shift people from low-lying areas in Vadodara if needed as water entered into houses in several localities.
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गुजरात / वडोदरा में 16 घंटे में 51 सेमी बारिश, एनडीआरएफ ने 1000 लोगों को सुरक्षित जगह पहुंचाया
वडोदरा में मूसलाधार बारिश, सड़कें डूबीं, शहर के 6 पुल बंद