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Cyclone Biparjoy hits Ajmer


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Ajmer: The Rajasthan government has recorded record rainfall in the last 24 hours due to cyclone Biparjoy.

The average rainfall in the district is 93.01 mm.

According to official information received from the flood cell of the Water Resources Circle in Ajmer, the highest rainfall recorded till 8 am on Monday was 146 mm in Beawar subdivision.

Ajmer district has 27 big dams. The gauge of the ponds has increased in the last 24 hours due to the leakage.

The oldest record in Ajmer has been broken by rain. It is being told that in 1917, 119.04 mm rainfall was recorded and today on June 19, 2023, 141 mm rainfall has been recorded. Anasagar, Faisagar and Pushkar Lake in Ajmer have received good water in a single day. Anasagar also had to run a sheet.

The district administration and the municipal corporation should take a lesson from the one-day rain and start preparing for the coming monsoon on a war footing.

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