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Heavy rains wreak havoc across Himachal Pradesh

Updated : 2018-09-24 16:54:42

Many regions of Himachal Pradesh have been hit severely by heavy rainfall and flash floods. The alarming rise of water levels in rivers along with landslides have brought to the hilly state to a standstill.

An earth mover clears the stones and mud lying on Mcleodganj-Dharamshala road that was partially destroyed in a landslide.(Photo: IANS)
An earth mover clears the stones and mud lying on Mcleodganj-Dharamshala road that was partially destroyed in a landslide.(Photo: IANS)
A view of flooded Manali-Chandigarh National Highway near Thalot, in Mandi district. (Photo: IANS)
A view of flooded Manali-Chandigarh National Highway near Thalot, in Mandi district. (Photo: IANS)
Mangled remains of the bus that skidded off the road and fell into a 100-metre deep gorge near Himachal Pradesh's Snail on Saturday. 13 people were killed in the incident. (Photo: IANS)
Mangled remains of the bus that skidded off the road and fell into a 100-metre deep gorge near Himachal Pradesh's Snail on Saturday. 13 people were killed in the incident. (Photo: IANS)
Heavy rains have caused landslides in various parts of the state leading to destruction of road transport system. (Photo: ANI)
Heavy rains have caused landslides in various parts of the state leading to destruction of road transport system. (Photo: ANI)
Heavy rains have seriously affected the day to day life in the state with many roads rendered useless due to landslides. (Photo: ANI)
Heavy rains have seriously affected the day to day life in the state with many roads rendered useless due to landslides. (Photo: ANI)
Truck gets washed away from the road into flooded Beas River near Kullu. (Photo: ANI)
Truck gets washed away from the road into flooded Beas River near Kullu. (Photo: ANI)
An image from Kullu shows the water levels in Beas River reaching alarming levels. (Photo: ANI)
An image from Kullu shows the water levels in Beas River reaching alarming levels. (Photo: ANI)
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