Fatehpur News – The water in the Ganges has risen 17 cm, now 69 cm from the danger mark

Fatehpur. Apart from the mountains, the water level of the Ganges continues to rise due to incessant rains in the plains. In 24 hours, 17 cm of water has risen. The danger mark is now 69 cm away. Officials and employees were put on high alert. Officials are touring the flood-affected areas and have asked people there to be vigilant.
According to the flood protection report, the water level in the Ganges, which reached 100 meters on Wednesday, rose by 17 cm to 100.170 meters on Thursday. Now the Ganga is only 69 cm away from the danger mark of 100.860 meters. Although the rise in water levels has slowed in the past 24 hours, authorities are on high alert over the flooding.
He is in contact with the staff and the sailors who are stationed in the flood posts. Employees and sailors are instructed to stay in contact with each other.
At the same time, the water level of the Yamuna River rose slightly within 24 hours. The water level of the Yamuna River was 86.82 meters on Wednesday. On Thursday he increased by 13 cm to 86.95 meters. Here the danger mark is 100 meters. The water level is now 13 meters away.
ADM Lalta Prasad Shakya said that due to the rise of the water in the Ganges, the water level of the Pandu River also rises. If the water level of the Pandu River continues to rise, there is a chance that water could reach the coastal village. The rising water level of Ganga is continuously monitored. So far, no damage has been reported anywhere. Flood protection teams and sailors were put on alert.
Pandu River in flood due to rising water in Ganga
The Pandu River, a tributary of the Ganges that is approaching the danger marker, is also in flood. The risk of flooding has increased on the banks of the Pandu River. If the water level of the Pandu River continues to rise due to incessant rainfall, the danger in the coastal village increases.
On Thursday, Bindki Tehsildar Chandrashekhar Yadav inspected the winter hamlet of Ashapur in the area for flooding. When we went to the coastal region, we saw the water level of the Pandu River. The villages of Berinari, Ramghat, Winter Purva, Oserikheda, Benikheda, Bindki Farm, Dariapur Bangar, Dariyapur Katri, Madarpur, Naykheda, Bada Kheda, Mallu Kheda, Sadhanha, Kalikundi, Bamborikheda and Pachghara are affected by the floods. Keep an eye out here. Together, Lekhpal Shubham and Abhishek were used for surveillance.

Fatehpur. Apart from the mountains, the water level of the Ganges continues to rise due to persistent rainfall in the plains. In 24 hours, 17 cm of water has risen. The danger mark is now 69 cm away. Officials and employees were put on high alert. Officials are touring the flood-affected areas and have asked people there to be vigilant.

According to the flood protection report, the water level in the Ganges, which reached 100 meters on Wednesday, rose by 17 cm to 100.170 meters on Thursday. Now the Ganga is only 69 cm away from the danger mark of 100.860 meters. Although the rise in water levels has slowed in the past 24 hours, authorities are on high alert over the flooding.

He is in contact with the staff and the sailors who are stationed in the flood posts. Employees and sailors are instructed to stay in contact with each other.

At the same time, the water level of the Yamuna River rose slightly within 24 hours. The water level of the Yamuna River was 86.82 meters on Wednesday. On Thursday he increased by 13 cm to 86.95 meters. The danger mark is here at 100 meters. The water level is now 13 meters away.

ADM Lalta Prasad Shakya said that due to the rise of the water in the Ganges, the water level of the Pandu River also rises. If the water level of the Pandu River continues to rise, there is a chance that water could reach the coastal village. The rising water level of Ganga is continuously monitored. So far, no damage has been reported anywhere. Flood protection teams and sailors were put on alert.

Pandu River in flood due to rising water in Ganga

The Pandu River, a tributary of the Ganges that is approaching the danger marker, is also in flood. The risk of flooding has increased on the banks of the Pandu River. If the water level of the Pandu River continues to rise due to incessant rainfall, the danger in the coastal village increases.

On Thursday, Bindki Tehsildar Chandrashekhar Yadav inspected the winter hamlet of Ashapur in the area for flooding. When we went to the coastal region, we saw the water level of the Pandu River. The villages of Berinari, Ramghat, Winter Purva, Oserikheda, Benikheda, Bindki Farm, Dariapur Bangar, Dariyapur Katri, Madarpur, Naykheda, Bada Kheda, Mallu Kheda, Sadhanha, Kalikundi, Bamborikheda and Pachghara are affected by the floods. Keep an eye out here. Together, Lekhpal Shubham and Abhishek were used for surveillance.

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