Rain casts shadow on Republic Day parade in Delhi, audience’s fun may be gritty

Delhi Weather Forecast On Republic Day: Preparations for the Republic Day parade on Delhi’s Kartavya Path have almost been completed. Regarding this, the security system also seems to be completely tight. In this parade, tableaux of 17 states, six union territories and different ministries will be taken out, including the three armies of India. In the sky, where the Airforce is ready to thrill people with its speed and tricks, on the ground, tableaus related to the culture of different states of India will fascinate the people.

According to the figures received from the Central Government, this time there is a possibility of 50 to 60 thousand people reaching the duty path to watch the parade, for which all the preparations have been completed, and seating arrangements have also been made for the same number of people. This time there may be disturbance in watching the parade of people and the reason for this is rain.

Chance of rain due to western disturbance

According to the latest data released by the Indian Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of rain in Delhi-NCR on 25 and 26 January. For this reason, the sky is still cloudy and it may rain anytime. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of snowfall in the hilly areas on January 25 and 26 due to the Western Disturbance that became active on January 23. While Delhi-NCR is likely to receive rain, which is definitely not a good news for people arriving on the duty path to watch the parade.

Leave home with an umbrella or raincoat

If this happens then people may have to face problems. If you are also planning or have made a plan to watch the parade by going to the duty path on January 26, then do not forget to take rain-coat or umbrella with you. When it rains, you don’t have to run around to avoid getting wet.

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