Breaking News LIVE Updates September 12, 2021: Union Ministers Prahlad Joshi & Narendra Singh Tomar will visit Gujarat today as BJP’s central observers; BJP legislative party meeting to be held today Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani submitted his resignation to the Governor on Saturday.
Ahmad Massoud, the leader of the Afghan resistance forces, has not left Afghanistan, Iranian news agency FARS reported on Saturday citing a source.
According to the source, rumours about Massoud leaving the Central Asian country for Turkey or any other place are false. The resistance leader is said to be in a safe place and in contact with the Panjshir Valley.
The source also said that 70 per cent of main streets in Panjshir have been brought under control by the Taliban.
Taliban has claimed that they have captured the Afghan province of Panjshir, the last resistance holdout in the country. Meanwhile, Afghanistan’s National Resistance Front (NRF) has denied the claim.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Saturday Mumbai, Kokan, and Western Maharashtra region are expected to receive `heavy to very heavy rainfall in the next three-four days.
The low-pressure area developed in the Bay of Bengal is expected to get converted into a depression and move north-north-west in the next couple of days. It is expected to bring more intense showers over Western Maharashtra, Konkan including the Mumbai region starting from Sunday, the official said.
The IMD has issued an `orange’ alert for Raigad, Pune, Ratnagiri, Satara, and Kolhapur while a yellow alert has been issued for Mumbai, Thane, Wardha, Palghar, and Sindhudurg districts. An orange alert means local officials should remain prepared in case of showers intensify. The yellow alert indicates fewer chances of heavy rain.
The rest of Maharashtra is expected to receive light to moderate showers in the next 3-4 days. There could be more rain on Monday in northern Maharashtra as well as parts of eastern Vidarbha and Marathwada, the IMD said.[ad_2]