Civic, hamirpur, jalbharao – Dozens of villages empty due to the rise of Yamuna-Betwa

Hamirpur. Many rivers including Yamuna and Betwa are in spate at this time. Due to this, the scene of destruction has started from the city to the coastal villages. The flood waters of both the rivers have spread in half of the city. A large number of houses have also collapsed. At the same time, many villages and majras have become vacant. Homeless people have camped along with their families along the highway. Due to the continuous rise in water level, both the rivers have come to the mouth of breaking the record of 25 years. Hamirpur city is situated between Yamuna and Betwa rivers. Cities and many villages, Majras are facing the brunt of the floods. Yamuna river is three meters above the danger mark due to release of 22 lakh cusecs of water from Chambal river, while Betwa river is two meters beyond due to release of 3.70 lakh cusecs from Matatila dam. Many villages and settlements including Diggi, Bhola’s Dera, Churaman’s Dera, Merapur, Bhilwa, Chandulitir, Brahma Dera in the city are affected by the floods. Chaitanya Ashram has been built on the banks of Yamuna in Bhilwa. The cost of several crores has also been spent in the construction works, but it could not be saved from the floods. Many feet of water has been filled here due to the rise of Yamuna. All the houses also fell from the demolition. While the low-lying residential areas of Old Jamuna Ghat, Betwa Ghat, Gandhi Nagar Gauradevi and Hathi Darwaza inside the city have been submerged by the flood waters. All the villages of Maudaha area have come under the flood of Ken river. At the same time, thousands of bighas of crops have been submerged due to the floods of rivers. District Magistrate Dnyaneshwar Gipathi said that 13 villages have been affected by the floods. Relief material is being distributed to 1327 people. Nodal officers have also been made to deal with the floods. Relief material to the flood victims has not been received for 24 hours, due to flood water in Diggi locality, two dozen families have gathered their homes and camped on the highway near Betwa bridge at night. All the victims including Kamala, Malti, Kalidin told that the house is completely submerged by the flood waters. Relief material has not yet been received. Haven’t got anything to eat since morning. The victims have also camped near Rath Tirahe. They didn’t get help either. The houses of Mevalal, Kallu, Sangeeta etc. have collapsed due to the water entering Kalaulitir village. At the mouth of the record breaking Rivers, Assistant Engineer of Rivers Moudaha Dam Construction Division said that Yamuna is crossing three meters above the danger mark at 106.810 meters and Betwa river crossing the red mark and flowing 106.340 meters. Let us inform that in the year 2013, the water level of Yamuna river had gone up to 106.100 meters and that of Betwa to 106.080 meters. Whereas in 1886 Yamuna was flowing at 107.110 and Betwa 106.500 meters. A setback to the project worth crores, Chautanya Ashram has been built on the banks of Yamuna river in Bhilwa locality, adjacent to Hamirpur city. State’s Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya had come here a few years ago. He had given a big plan to save the ashram from deforestation. Jal Shakti Minister Dr. Mahendra Singh had started the construction works of crores of rupees project to secure the embankment on the banks of river Yamuna. Several crores have been spent in construction works, but it could not be saved from the floods. Several feet of water has been flooded inside the ashram due to the rise of the Yamuna river. At the same time, all the houses have also fallen due to the deforestation. Thousands of villagers have flooded their village in Brahma Dera village attached to Kaidshahr due to the overflowing of Yamuna river. It has become difficult for thousands of people to go out in the village. Boats are running outside the village. Here, boats are also running in many localities inside the city. The floods of Betwa and Yamuna have flooded the houses of hundreds of people. Leaving the household, many people ran for their lives. At the same time, there are many such areas where kutcha houses have become grounded in the river due to erosion. Thousands of bighas of crops have been submerged by the floods of rivers.

Hamirpur. Many rivers including Yamuna and Betwa are in spate at this time. Due to this, the scene of destruction has started from the city to the coastal villages. The flood waters of both the rivers have spread in half of the city. A large number of houses have also collapsed. At the same time, many villages and majras have become vacant. Homeless people have camped along with their families along the highway. Due to the continuous rise in the water level, both the rivers have come to the mouth of breaking the record of 25 years. Hamirpur city is situated between Yamuna and Betwa rivers. Cities and many villages, Majre are facing the brunt of the floods. Yamuna river is three meters above the danger mark due to release of 22 lakh cusecs of water from Chambal river, while Betwa river is two meters beyond due to release of 3.70 lakh cusecs from Matatila dam. Many villages and settlements including Diggi, Bhola’s Dera, Churaman’s Dera, Merapur, Bhilwa, Chandulitir, Brahma Dera in the city are affected by the floods. Chaitanya Ashram has been built on the banks of Yamuna in Bhilwa. The cost of several crores has also been spent in the construction works, but it could not be saved from the floods. Many feet of water has been filled here due to the rise of Yamuna. All the houses also fell from the demolition. While the low-lying residential areas of Old Jamuna Ghat, Betwa Ghat, Gandhi Nagar Gauradevi and Hathi Darwaza inside the city have been submerged by the flood waters. All the villages of Maudaha area have come under the flood of Ken river. At the same time, thousands of bighas of crops have been submerged due to the floods of rivers. District Magistrate Dnyaneshwar Gypathy said that 13 villages have been affected by the floods. Relief material is being distributed to 1327 people. Nodal officers have also been made to deal with floods. Flood victims did not get relief material for 24 hours, due to flood waters in Diggi locality, two dozen families have gathered their homes and camped on the highway near Betwa bridge at night. All the victims including Kamala, Malti, Kalidin told that the house is completely submerged by the flood waters. Relief material has not yet been received. Haven’t got anything to eat since morning. The victims have also camped near Rath Tirahe. They didn’t get help either. The houses of Mevalal, Kallu, Sangeeta etc. have collapsed due to water entering Kalaulitir village. Rivers at the mouth of record breaking, Assistant Engineer of Maudaha Dam construction division said that Yamuna is crossing three meters above the danger mark at 106.810 meters and Betwa river crossing the red mark and flowing 106.340 meters above. Let us inform that in the year 2013, the water level of Yamuna river had gone up to 106.100 meters and that of Betwa to 106.080 meters. Whereas in 1886, Yamuna was flowing at 107.110 meters and Betwa at 106.500 meters. A setback to the project worth crores, Chautanya Ashram has been built on the banks of Yamuna river in Bhilwa locality, adjacent to Hamirpur city. State’s Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya had come here a few years ago. He had given a big plan to save the ashram from deforestation. Jal Shakti Minister Dr. Mahendra Singh had started the construction works of crores of rupees project to secure the embankment on the banks of river Yamuna. Several crores have also been spent in construction works, but it could not be saved from the floods. Several feet of water has been flooded inside the ashram due to the boom of the Yamuna river. At the same time, all the houses have also fallen from the demolition. Thousands of villagers have been flooded with the Yamuna river in Brahma Dera village attached to the imprisoned city in their village. It has become difficult for thousands of people to go out in the village. Boats are running outside the village. Here, boats are also running in many localities inside the city. The floods of Betwa and Yamuna have flooded the houses of hundreds of people. Leaving the household, many people ran for their lives. At the same time, there are many such areas where kutcha houses have become grounded in the river due to erosion. Thousands of bighas of crops have been submerged by the floods of rivers. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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