Complete preparations for flood protection

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A meeting was held in the Collectorate Auditorium on Wednesday and preparations were made to prepare a possible flood / extreme rain management plan. The district judge asked the irrigation office to activate all flood posts to be built in the district through the use of personnel. In addition, appropriate precautions should be taken to inform the public about accidents / disasters immediately. He said that an alarm system or public address system should be installed on all dams so that warning information from the Meteorological Department, the Irrigation Department and the Department of Public Works and the high-ranking districts or government should be given through the control room, the district administrator called for the Veterinary officers to take adequate precautions for forage / straw and store it in advance of the flood. He also said that the livestock department staff should also be deployed at all flood points. While directing all of the deputy district judges, he said that setting up control rooms in all of the tehsils was intended to make these 24 hours operational. So that relief work can be done immediately in the event of floods. The chief medical officer should ensure in advance that all life-saving drugs and insecticides are being sprayed. Volunteer organizations should be selected for cooperation. The Zilla Panchayat Parishad should make provision for boats sailing in the Ganges and all boats should be tested. At the meeting, the additional district judge UP Singh gave information that the danger mark of the Ganges in the district is 77.724 meters. The CUG number and control room number of all officers including SDM will remain functional. He also said that there is no flood situation yet so there is no need for NDRF and choppers. At the meeting, District Deputy Magistrate Sadar Gaurav Srivastava, Chunar Surendra Bahadur Singh, Madihan Roshni Yadav, Lalganj Amit Kumar Shukla, Senior Engineer of Public Works Department Kanhaiya Jha, District Utility Officer Umesh Chandra, Senior Irrigation Engineer, were the additional Chief Medical Officer concerned officials were present. .

A meeting was held in the Collectorate Auditorium on Wednesday and preparations were made to prepare a possible flood / extreme rain management plan. The district judge asked the irrigation office to activate all flood posts to be built in the district through the use of personnel. In addition, appropriate precautions should be taken to inform the public about accidents / disasters immediately. He said that an alarm system or public address system should be installed on all dams so that warning information from the Meteorological Department, the Irrigation Department and the Department of Public Works and the high-ranking districts or government should be given through the control room, the district administrator called for the Veterinary officers to take adequate precautions for forage / straw and store it in advance of the flood. He also said that the livestock department staff should also be deployed at all flood points. While directing all of the deputy district judges, he said that setting up control rooms in all of the tehsils was intended to make these 24 hours operational. So that relief work can be done immediately in the event of floods. The chief medical officer should ensure in advance that all vital medicines and insecticides are being sprayed. Volunteer organizations should be selected for cooperation. The Zilla Panchayat Parishad should make provision for boats sailing in the Ganges and all boats should be tested. At the meeting, the additional district judge UP Singh gave information that the danger mark of the Ganges in the district is 77.724 meters. The CUG number and control room number of all officers including SDM will remain functional. He also said that there is no flood situation yet so there is no need for NDRF and choppers. At the meeting, among others, the deputy district judge Sadar Gaurav Srivastava, Chunar Surendra Bahadur Singh, Madihan Roshni Yadav, Lalganj Amit Kumar Shukla, chief engineer of the public works department Kanhaiya Jha, district utility officer Umesh Chandra, chief irrigation engineer, additional chief medical officer affected officials were present. .

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