Citizens’ facilities – sewer cut off due to overflow, water seeped into the settlement

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Bisalpur. Because of the flooding of the Bisalpur secondary canal, it was cut through on Monday morning in front of the west gate of the sugar factory. Because of this, the water from the canal filled the streets of the settlement. The vapors living in the tents of the settlement had to uproot their tents and place them on the banks of the railway line.
There was already enough water in the Bisalpur branch canal. The canal was overcrowded all day on Monday morning because of rain, all night on Sunday and the canal was cut in front of the west gate of the sugar factory. The water from the cut channel filled the streets and alleys of the nearby settlement and caused a lot of trouble for the residents. Canal water still runs on the streets of the settlement. The canal had not yet been built, while residents of the township had telephoned affected officials to inform them as soon as the canal was cut. The residents of the settlement are angry with the officials from the sewer department because the canal was not built. Due to flooding, the futurists living in tents in this settlement had to uproot their tents and place them on the railway line in the neighborhood. Manish Kumar, assistant engineer for the sewer division, said the subordinate staff were given strict instructions to immediately tie the cut sewer.

Bisalpur. Because of the flooding of the Bisalpur secondary canal, it was cut through on Monday morning in front of the west gate of the sugar factory. Because of this, the water from the canal filled the streets of the settlement. The vapors living in the tents of the settlement had to uproot their tents and place them on the banks of the railway line.

There was already enough water in the Bisalpur branch canal. The canal was overcrowded all day on Monday morning because of rain, all night on Sunday and the canal was cut in front of the west gate of the sugar factory. The water from the cut channel filled the streets and alleys of the nearby settlement and caused a lot of trouble for the residents. Canal water still runs on the streets of the settlement. The canal had not yet been built, while residents of the township had telephoned affected officials to inform them as soon as the canal was cut. The residents of the settlement are angry with the officials from the sewer department because the canal was not built. Due to flooding, the futurists living in tents in this settlement had to uproot their tents and place them on the railway line in the neighborhood. Manish Kumar, assistant engineer for the sewer division, said the subordinate staff were given strict instructions to immediately tie the cut sewer.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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