Normal rainfall in Rajasthan up to now this monsoon: Report

Jaipur, September 6

Rajasthan has recorded regular rainfall through the monsoon season up to now with 17 of its 33 districts falling beneath the conventional rainfall class, based on a report of the state water assets division.

The state recorded 474.37 mm rains from June 1 to September 5, which is 2.three per cent greater than the common rainfall of 463.67 mm, the report stated.

Last yr, throughout this era, the rainfall within the state was 6.94 per cent greater than the common.

Apart from 17 districts which obtained regular rainfall, 9 obtained extra rainfall (20 per cent to 59 per cent of the common), six are beneath deficit rainfall class (-20 per cent to -59 per cent of the common) and one falls beneath irregular rainfall (60 per cent or extra) class, based on the report.

Jaislmer district in Western Rajasthan, which is principally a desert space, obtained the best rainfall of this season, whereas Ganganagar, which shares border with Jaisalmer, recorded the bottom rainfall this yr with 31 per cent deficit, it stated.

With 272.83 mm, which is 87.9 per cent greater than the common rainfall, Jaisalmer is the one district the place irregular rains occurred this yr, the report stated.

Few areas of the district, together with Ramgarh, are going through flood like state of affairs for the final two days due and several other individuals have been shifted to safer locations.

Barring Jodhpur division, which obtained extra rainfall, relaxation six divisions of Ajmer, Kota, Jaipur, Bikaner, Udaipur and Bharatpur recorded regular rainfall, the report stated.

The district which recorded extra rainfall are Banswara, Barmer, Churu, Dungarpur, Jalore, Jodhpur, Nagaur, Rajsamand and Udaipur, it stated.

Alwar, Bundi, Dholpur, Ganganagar, Kota and Tonk have obtained deficit rains, based on the report.

Ajmer, Baran, Bharatpur, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Chittorgarh, Dausa, Hanumangarh, Jaipur, Jhalawar, Jhunjhunu, Karauli, Pali, Pratapgarh, Sawaimadhopur, Sikar and Sirohi are beneath the conventional rainfall class, it stated.

There was no district with scanty rainfall (-60 per cent or much less rainfall) this yr.

The report additionally stated 119 out of the overall 742 dams are fully crammed, 390 are partially crammed and 233 are nonetheless empty. PTI

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