Relief camps have been set up at Nayak Dharamsala, Municipal Dharamshala in Ward 5, Ambedkar Dharamshala, and Government School Ward 5 for the families affected by the torrential rains.
Due to water entering the low-lying settlements, people are taking their belongings to safer places and shifting to the rescue camps set up by the municipality.
Each Dharamshala has arranged mattresses and refreshments to aid the victims.
In Nayak Dharamshala, arrangements have been made for the accommodation of about one hundred female children.
In case of an emergency, housing has been reserved at Ambedkar Bhawan and Municipal Dharamshala Ward 5, and lighting preparations have been made along with the storage of mattresses and batteries.
According to the India Meteorological Department’s weather bulletin, Rajasthan is likely to witness heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places from July 16 to July 17. (ANI)