Civic,hamirpur,jalbharao – Minister in charge distributed ration kit and lunch packet

Hamirpur. Minister in-charge of the district, independent charge, stamp and court fee and registration department, Ravindra Jaiswal visited the flood affected area. He assured all possible help to the victims during the visit. He distributed ration kits to 43 people and lunch packets to 1610. After that a review meeting was held. In the meeting, DM Dnyaneshwar Tripathi told that a total of 62 villages of agricultural area are affected. In which there are 38 villages of development block Kurara, 24 villages of Sumerpur. He informed about the preparations made to deal with the floods. Said control room has been established in the Collectorate. Spoke to SDRF and NDRF teams for flood relief operations. DM said that two relief camps have been opened in the district. In which arrangements have been made for 1700 families in somecha degree college and 54 families in Vidya Mandir. Along with this, 1100 affected animals have also been displaced. The minister has instructed the insurance companies to get the compensation done within 30 days after conducting a survey of the loss caused to the farmers. The Minister in charge planted saplings in the Collectorate premises. Told DFO to plant Koelia. People will get employment by making its wooden toys etc. On this occasion, Sadar MLA Yuvraj Singh, Rath MLA Manish Anuragi, District Panchayat President Jayanti Rajput, SP Kamlesh Dixit, CDO KK Vaish, DDO Vikas Mishra, ADM Vinay Prakash Srivastava etc. were present. Flood water entered the substation in Mirpur. The substation of Diggi Ramedi locality, which is providing electricity to many localities of the city, was engulfed by floods. The power was cut off due to waterlogging. Due to which other localities including Diggi, Laxmi Bai Park, Ramedi Taros, Kanshi Ram Colony, Maudaha Dam Colony, Merapur, Bhilwa are submerged in darkness. At the same time, water did not reach the localities due to power outage. On the complaint of flood victims, Power Corporation has provided electricity to these localities by connecting them with other substations of the city. Jamhamirpur remained 40 minutes Yamuna and Betwa bridge. People are beating fast due to the rise in the water level of Yamuna and Betwa. At around 6 pm on Sunday evening, the speed of the vehicles in the Yamuna bridge slowed down. At the same time, small motorists started driving away their vehicles. Then there was a jam on the bridge in the highway. Soon the jam reached the top of the Betwa bridge. Seeing the horrific situation of the flood, the beating of the people traveling in the buses intensified. At the same time, there was a fair for the whole day for those who saw the flood on the bridge. On information, the policemen started the traffic. People were stuck in the jam for about 40 minutes.

Hamirpur. Minister in-charge of the district, independent charge, stamp and court fee and registration department, Ravindra Jaiswal visited the flood affected area. He assured all possible help to the victims during the visit. He distributed ration kits to 43 people and lunch packets to 1610. After that a review meeting was held. In the meeting, DM Dnyaneshwar Tripathi told that a total of 62 villages of agricultural area are affected. In which there are 38 villages of development block Kurara, 24 villages of Sumerpur. He informed about the preparations made to deal with the floods. Said control room has been established in the Collectorate. Spoke to SDRF and NDRF teams for flood relief operations. DM said that two relief camps have been opened in the district. In which arrangements have been made for 1700 families in somecha degree college and 54 families in Vidya Mandir. Along with this, 1100 affected animals have also been displaced. The minister has instructed the insurance companies to get the compensation done within 30 days after conducting a survey of the loss caused to the farmers. The Minister in charge planted saplings in the Collectorate premises. Told DFO to plant Koelia. People will get employment by making its wooden toys etc. On this occasion, Sadar MLA Yuvraj Singh, Rath MLA Manish Anuragi, District Panchayat President Jayanti Rajput, SP Kamlesh Dixit, CDO KK Vaish, DDO Vikas Mishra, ADM Vinay Prakash Srivastava etc. were present. The flood water entered the substation in Hamirpur. The substation of Diggi Ramedi locality, which is providing electricity to many localities of the city, was engulfed by floods. The power was cut off due to waterlogging. Due to which other localities including Diggi, Laxmi Bai Park, Ramedi Taros, Kanshi Ram Colony, Maudaha Dam Colony, Merapur, Bhilwa are submerged in darkness. At the same time, water did not reach the localities due to power outage. On the complaint of flood victims, Power Corporation has provided electricity to these localities by connecting them with other substations of the city. Yamuna and Betwa bridge were jammed Hamirpur for 40 minutes. People are beating fast due to the rise in the water level of Yamuna and Betwa. At around 6 pm on Sunday evening, the speed of the vehicles in the Yamuna bridge slowed down. At the same time, small drivers started driving away their vehicles. Then there was a jam on the bridge in the highway. Soon the jam reached the top of the Betwa bridge. Seeing the horrific situation of the flood, the beating of the people traveling in the buses intensified. At the same time, there was a fair for the whole day for those who saw the flood on the bridge. On information, the policemen started the traffic. People were stuck in the jam for about 40 minutes. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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