Danger of flooding: 42 outposts are being built, a list of divers is being prepared

Kheri: Flood victims carry goods on a boat in Manjhari.
– Photo: Amar Ujala Office, Bareilly

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The water level of Ramganga is 158 meters, there is a possibility that the danger level will be reached by heavy rainfall
Department of Health Alert: Medication to MOIC and instructions for fogging ready

Bareilly. The water level of the rivers rises due to the persistent heavy rainfall in the mountains. Many rivers like Ganga, Ramganga, Kichha and Bahgul etc. are in flood. Because of this, there is a risk of flooding. The Flood Division has started preparations to set up 42 flood posts, be prepared for the diver and provide all rescue equipment.
Ramganga in Bareilly is currently four meters below the danger mark. However, together with the pre-monsoon rains, there is a possibility of increasing the water level due to continuous rain in the mountains. The weather department in Bareilly had issued an orange alarm about a week ago and suggested that the administration take the necessary security precautions, as the district borders the mountains. In this regard, the administration has instructed the Department of Irrigation, Sewers, Floods to take precautions against possible flooding. The chief engineer of the Flood Division reached Chaubari with the team on Sunday and took stock of the Ramganga water level. On Sunday the water level of Ramganga at Chaubari in Bareilly was measured at 158 ​​meters and at Katghar in Moradabad at 188.2 meters.

Divers mobile phone numbers are updated

Ramganga water levels are expected to rise due to heavy rain on the hills. With this in mind, the Floods Department draws up the list of divers in the areas through which Ramganga passes. Exen Rajeev Kumar, expecting the divers’ cell phone numbers to change, has asked the local administration to update them. So that divers can be called immediately by contacting them if necessary. Police stations were also alerted.

42 outposts are set up as soon as they sense the danger

In the Bareilly district, most of the flooding is caused by rivers like Ramganga, Bahgul, Kichha, Kulli, etc. In view of possible flooding in the areas around Ramganga and other rivers, the administration has asked to set up 42 flood posts. XEN said flood posts are activated before the water level in a river reaches the hazard mark. Instructions have been given at present to keep preparations for the job posting.

Health department in preparation

CMO Dr. Sudhir Garg said the water level in the Bareilly rivers has not yet reached the danger mark. As a precautionary measure, all MOICs were asked to alert people to drug availability, set up teams to nebulize and distribute drugs in water-saturated areas, and prevent infectious diseases. So that in the event of a future danger this can be controlled.

The water level of Ramganga is 158 meters, there is a possibility that the danger level will be reached by heavy rainfall

Department of Health Alert: Medication to MOIC and instructions for fogging ready

Bareilly. The water level of the rivers rises due to the persistent heavy rainfall in the mountains. Many rivers like Ganga, Ramganga, Kichha and Bahgul etc. are in flood. Because of this, there is a risk of flooding. The Flood Division has started preparations to set up 42 flood posts, be prepared for the diver and provide all rescue equipment.

Ramganga in Bareilly is currently four meters below the danger mark. However, together with the pre-monsoon rains, there is a possibility of increasing the water level due to continuous rain in the mountains. The Meteorological Bureau in Bareilly had issued an orange alarm about a week ago and suggested that the administration take the necessary security precautions as the district borders the mountains. In this regard, the administration has instructed the Department of Irrigation, Sewers, Floods to take precautions against possible flooding. The chief engineer of the Flood Division reached Chaubari with the team on Sunday and took stock of the Ramganga water level. On Sunday the water level of Ramganga at Chaubari in Bareilly was measured at 158 ​​meters and at Katghar in Moradabad at 188.2 meters.

Divers mobile phone numbers are updated

Ramganga water levels are expected to rise due to heavy rain on the hills. With this in mind, the Floods Department draws up the list of divers in the areas through which Ramganga passes. Exen Rajeev Kumar, expecting the divers’ cell phone numbers to change, has asked the local administration to update them. So that divers can be called immediately by contacting them if necessary. Police stations were also alerted.

42 outposts are set up as soon as they sense the danger

In the Bareilly district, most of the flooding is caused by rivers like Ramganga, Bahgul, Kichha, Kulli, etc. In view of possible flooding in the areas around Ramganga and other rivers, the administration has asked to set up 42 flood posts. XEN said flood posts are activated before the water level in a river reaches the hazard mark. Instructions have currently been given to maintain the preparation of the vacancy.

Health department in preparation

CMO Dr. Sudhir Garg said the water level in the Bareilly rivers has not yet reached the danger mark. As a precautionary measure, all MOICs were asked to alert people to drug availability, set up teams to nebulize and distribute drugs in water-saturated areas, and prevent infectious diseases. So that in the event of a future danger this can be controlled.

The Mirganj, Amla and Tehsil Sadar areas are very sensitive to floods. The water level in Ramganga is currently four meters below the danger mark. However, since we cannot rule out the possibility that the water level will rise as a result of persistent heavy rainfall in the mountains, all departments affected, including flood stations and diving facilities, have been instructed to remain active. – Rajeev Kumar, Xen, Barh Division

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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