The situation started improving in Rajasthan on Saturday where Army was roped in for rescue and relief work in the wake of torrential rainfall which has claimed 33 lives and left many districts facing a flood-like situation.
No fresh rain-related incident occurred and efforts were on to provide relief to people in affected areas in Sikar, Karoli, Bharatpur, Dholpur, Jhunjhunu, Dholpur and Bharatpur, an official said.
The situation in Jaipur and Dausa is under control and de-watering process in waterlogged areas is on, he said.
In Jaipur, localities in Madrampura and Jawahar Nagar areas are still submerged and rescue teams of army are pumping out accumulated rainwater.
Teams of the civil administration are carrying out surveys to assess loss and medical teams are also working in separate areas for disease control, additional district collector Arun Gupta said.
Around 1,500 people are still homeless and staying in relief camps at various places in the district, he said, adding that food packets were also being distributed.
Rescue works are on in Sikar, Laxmangarh and Jhunjhunu.
Meanwhile, Bharatpur received 9 mm rainfall, followed by Laxmangarh and Kumher at 6 cm.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had on Friday increased the compensation amount for the kin of those killed from Rs 1.5 lakh to Rs 2 lakh.