Heavy rains: Holiday declared for schools and colleges in DK on July 5


Team Udayavani, Jul 5, 2022, 7:21 AM IST

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Mangaluru: The Dakshina Kannada Deputy Commissioner Dr K.V. Rajendra has declared a holiday for schools and colleges in the district on Tuesday, July 5.

Anganwadis, primary and High schools, PUC, Diploma/ITI and colleges will remain closed on July 5 as a precaution, said an announcement from the DC’s office.

Rains continued to lash the parts of the district on the night of July 4.

Officials in Dakshina Kannada have been asked to stay alert as incessant rainfall and warnings of more wet days ahead have triggered fears of floods.

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