48 hours heavy rain forecast; One killed in electricity in Vadodara, five dead
Meghmahar has remained in the state on Friday, in the morning, it has received rain in 52 talukas of the state from 6 am to 12 pm.
News 18 Gujarati, Ahmedabad: The cyclonic circulation in Gujarat has been predicted to have heavy rainfall forecast in the next 48 hours. Meanwhile, six people were burnt to light when electricity was in Vadnagar in Fatehganj area. One out of six people died from severe burns.
During this period, heavy rainfall may occur in Central Gujarat and south Gujarat. While some areas of Saurashtra may also have good rains. During this time fishermen have been instructed not to sail. The city of Ahmedabad also has a general forecast of moderate rainfall. The state will also have good rainfall during the three to five July.

Rain forecasting in these areas
Especially in Central and South Gujarat, Valsad, Navsari, Dadar Nagar Dwaili, Dang, Tapi, Surat, Narmada, Baroda, Anand, Khanda, Panchmahal and Chhotaudepur can have very heavy rainfall. In Saurashtra, there will be good rain in Gir-Somnath, Amreli, Bhavnagar and Diva areas.
Meghmahara status in the state on Friday
Meghmahara remains in the state on Friday. Rainfall has been done in 52 talukas of the state from 6 am to 12 pm. Most of the rain is in Vadodara's debt. Apart from this, the second is in Valsad's Umargaon.

NDRF Team 15
Keeping in mind the forecast of monsoon and heavy rains in the state, two teams each in Rajkot and Gandhinagar, one each in Surat, Bhavnagar, Palanpur, Valsad and seven teams of NDRF at Vadodara headquarters are kept in Khadep.
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Command to check the water lines
Sarpanchs and Talati have been ordered to check water lines in every village through Gandhinagar District Health System. This order has been given as a vigilance to spread the waterborne pandemic from the start of the monsoon season. If the leakage is found during check, it has been instructed to remove the fault in 24 hours.
Water and sewer lines maps have also been invited from every municipality and village panchayat of the district. The information about how old the water line is from this and the earlier outbreaks of the area will also be reviewed.