Weather Updates: Weather changed before monsoon, mercury dropped to 12 degrees, no heat wave till May 28

Weather Updates: Weather changed before monsoon, mercury dropped to 12 degrees, no heat wave till May 28

On Monday, nature felt pity on Delhi NCR, which was scorching in the scorching heat. Heavy rain accompanied by strong thunderstorms in the early hours mixed the coolness in Fiza. Hundreds of air travelers and other people also had to face trouble due to bad weather, but the relief brought by the rain forgot it. The question is, how did it rain all of a sudden in Delhi NCR during the scorching days? 



In the early hours of Monday, apart from Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, in many areas of Haryana and UP, heavy rain made health sick. Delhi NCR was witnessing thunderstorm and drizzle in the evening for the last two to three days, but still there was a feeling of heat. On Monday morning, suddenly dark clouds covered the sky and it started raining with thunderstorms. This brought great relief to the people who were scorched by the scorching heat.


In some areas of Delhi NCR, the mercury reached 47 degrees Celsius a few days ago, which can go up to a maximum of 36 degrees by 4 pm today. At 11:30 pm it was up to 31 degrees. Due to cloudy sky, it will roll back rapidly till evening. This rain has given relief to the people for the next three to four days. However, there is no need to be overjoyed now, because from May 25, Navatpa can again heat up. Many trees were uprooted due to heavy rain and storm this morning. Due to this, traffic jams and water logging have increased the trouble in Delhi. 

In Northwest India, the mercury is down 8 to 12 degrees, for the first time in the season, there is such a drop
RK Jenamani of the Meteorological Department said that Delhi NCR received rain this morning with a wind speed of 50 to 70 kmph. Due to this, not only in Delhi but in large parts of Northwest India, the mercury came down by 8 to 12 degrees. Now there is no forecast of heat wave in Delhi till May 28. He said that for the first time this season the mercury has dropped so low. Orange alert has been issued in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal and Uttarakhand till Tuesday. 

Meteorological Department had issued orange alert 
The Meteorological Department had issued an orange alert for the next 24 hours on Sunday and predicted rain with strong wind. Similar weather may prevail for the next two days. The department had predicted rain with wind speed of 50 to 60 kmph. The Meteorological Department has predicted that there will be a lot of rain in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand on Tuesday as well. Plains states like UP, Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan are also likely to receive good rains for the next two days. The temperature will continue to drop and people who have been scorching from the heat for a long time will get great relief. In the states of North West including UP, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, there will be a decrease of 3 to 5 degree Celsius in the temperature for the next three days. There will be similar relief in states like Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh. By the end of the month it may once again pick up pace.

This natural system became the reason for the rain, in
fact, an area of ​​​​cyclonic winds has remained in and around Northeast Rajasthan. At the same time, a Western Disturbance remains over North Pakistan and adjoining parts of Jammu and Kashmir. Due to the combined effect of these two, it rained heavily in Delhi and its adjoining areas today. 

According to private weather agency Skymet
, rain activities will increase in western Himalayas and parts of Uttar Pradesh on May 23. There is also a possibility of hailstorm in parts of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. At the same time, light to moderate rain may occur in some parts of Northeast India, Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Light rain at one or two places is likely over North and East Rajasthan, parts of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
  • Dust storm, thundershower with isolated hailstorm activities may occur at isolated places over Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Delhi.
  • Light rain is possible at isolated places over Konkan & Goa, South Madhya Maharashtra, Rayalaseema, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

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The assistant engineer was demanding a bribe of Rs 3 lakh, and the CBI caught

The assistant engineer was demanding a bribe of Rs 3 lakh, and the CBI caught

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested an assistant engineer posted in the Najafgarh Zone of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (Delhi MCD) for demanding a bribe of Rs 3 lakh along with his associate. It is alleged that these people were demanding bribes from the complainant in exchange for putting up the roof of the house being built by him. The arrested accused was produced before the special CBI court in Delhi from where he has been sent on a 2-day CBI remand for interrogation.

According to CBI spokesperson RC Joshi, those arrested include Assistant Engineer MS Meena posted in Najafgarh Zone of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, and his assistant Beldar Prakash. According to the CBI, the complainant had complained to the Anti-Corruption Branch that he was building his house in Najafgarh. During this, when he started putting the lens on his house, he was contacted by Beldar Prakash posted in the Najafgarh zone of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, and told him that he would have to pay a bribe of Rs 3 lakh instead of inserting the lens. This bribe will be taken by Assistant Engineer Meena.

What are the charges against the arrested engineer?
It is also alleged that the complainant was threatened that if he did not pay the bribe amount, he would not be allowed to insert the lens and even if he did, it would be broken as illegal. On the basis of the complaint, the Anti-Corruption Branch of the Central Bureau of Investigation conducted a preliminary inquiry into the matter and after finding important facts during this investigation, a case was registered in this regard under criminal sections, after which the accused officers were recovering an installment of ₹ 1 lakh from the complainant. was arrested red-handed.

According to the CBI, immediately after the arrest, raids were conducted on their premises, from where many incriminating documents including some property documents have also been recovered. The work of assessing the recovered documents is going on. The accused was produced before the special CBI court in Delhi, from where he has been sent on CBI remand for two days' interrogation, the investigation of the case is going on.

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