Flood management route plan

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Route plan for coping with floods
Dhampur. The administration of Tehsil created the route map of all 99 affected villages in order to cope with the flood situation in the region. The cell phone numbers of the heads of all these villages are listed. Officials say that once information about floods comes from anywhere, efforts will be made to immediately help people and control the flooding. In order to help the people, shelters have been set up in 14 locations.
SDM Dhirendra Singh said 14 shelters have been built to help people during floods. People from 49 villages are accommodated in these accommodations. Villages from Bhagijot, Aliyapur, Jharpura, Afzalgarh Dak Bungalow, Baoli, Nawabpura Village to Kadarabad Irrigation Department Dak Bungalow, Shahpur Jamal BA, Maqsoodabad BA, Rafatpur Hulas BA, Berkheda BA and Jaynagar people from Maqsoodabad, Panchayat, Afzapur Parmawala, Shahjahanpur, Sadashivpur Gaondi, Araji Kandhala and Prempuri will be placed in Harewali Junior High School.
Residents of Saddobair Village, Hasanpur Palki, Junior High School Sarkada, Nandgaon Village, Nathadoi, Rani Phool Kumari Pathshala Sherkot, Tiparjot, Umarpur Asha, Bal Kishanpur Villagers, Daksha Kanya Inter College Sherkot, Azampur Jamni Bhan, Aurangdahpurahayan, and Mohshahpurahayan Alipur Lalman will be housed in PGM Inter College Sherkot, citizens of Kasba Sherkot in Council Primary School Sherkot.
People from Biharipur Hafizabad A, Mubarakpur Tappa Bharti, Mohammadpur Jamal, Nawada Saidpur Jalal, Bhutpuri are stopped at Junior High School, Seeds Store Mubarakpur Tappa Bharti. Berkheda Tanda BA, Aminabad, Wazirpur Jagir BA, Mukarpuri, MQ Inter College Sayohara to the villagers of Sepoywala, Bhagwanpur Raini, Jasmore, Khidki, Zilla Parishad Primary School and Inspection Building of Bagwara to the residents of Mujahidpur, SNSM Inter College Nahe to the People from the villages of Moosepur, Paharpur, Dabthala, Davkhedi Salar and Sahanpur Nawada are accommodated in the Balapur Akheda Junior High School.
There will also be provisions for food, animal feed
Officials say arrangements have been made to feed and feed the animals in the flood camps. The food was given to Kripal Singh Saini, Sherkot’s confectioner. Pappu Singh and Bhishma Singh of Fatehnagar were entrusted with the responsibility for obtaining feed for the animals. Arrangements were also made for three divers and sailors. These include Nazakat and Furqan from Sherkot Shekhan. Tehsildar RC Chauhan announced that a total of 99 villages in the region have been affected by the flood. Of these, 19 villages are affected by the Gagan River, 29 by the Kho River, 46 by the Ramganga River, 2 each by the Banaili and Nachna Nakta rivers, and one village by the Faida River.

Route plan for coping with floods

Dhampur. The administration of Tehsil created the route map of all 99 affected villages in order to cope with the flood situation in the region. The cell phone numbers of the heads of all these villages are listed. Officials say that once information about floods comes from anywhere, efforts will be made to immediately help people and control the flooding. In order to help the people, shelters have been set up in 14 locations.

SDM Dhirendra Singh said 14 shelters have been built to help people during floods. People from 49 villages are accommodated in these accommodations. Villages from Bhagijot, Aliyapur, Jharpura, Afzalgarh Dak Bungalow, Baoli, Nawabpura Village to Kadarabad Irrigation Department Dak Bungalow, Shahpur Jamal BA, Maqsoodabad BA, Rafatpur Hulas BA, Berkheda BA and Jaynagar people from Maqsoodabad, Panchayat, Afzapur Parmawala, Shahjahanpur, Sadashivpur Gaondi, Araji Kandhala and Prempuri will be placed in Harewali Junior High School.

Residents of Saddobair Village, Hasanpur Palki, Junior High School Sarkada, Nandgaon Village, Nathadoi, Rani Phool Kumari Pathshala Sherkot, Tiparjot, Umarpur Asha, Bal Kishanpur Villagers, Daksha Kanya Inter College Sherkot, Azampur Jamni Bhan, Aurangdahpurahayan, and Mohshahpurahayan Alipur Lalman will be housed in PGM Inter College Sherkot, citizens of Kasba Sherkot in Council Primary School Sherkot.

People from Biharipur Hafizabad A, Mubarakpur Tappa Bharti, Mohammadpur Jamal, Nawada Saidpur Jalal, Bhutpuri are stopped at Junior High School, Seeds Store Mubarakpur Tappa Bharti. Berkheda Tanda BA, Aminabad, Wazirpur Jagir BA, Mukarpuri, MQ Inter College Sayohara to the villagers of Sepoywala, Bhagwanpur Raini, Jasmore, Khidki, Zilla Parishad Primary School and Inspection Building of Bagwara to the residents of Mujahidpur, SNSM Inter College Nahe to the People from the villages of Moosepur, Paharpur, Dabthala, Davkhedi Salar and Sahanpur Nawada are accommodated in the Balapur Akheda Junior High School.

There will also be provisions for food, animal feed

Officials say arrangements have been made to feed and feed the animals in the flood camps. The food was given to Kripal Singh Saini, Sherkot’s confectioner. Pappu Singh and Bhishma Singh of Fatehnagar were entrusted with the responsibility for obtaining feed for the animals. Arrangements were also made for three divers and sailors. These include Nazakat and Furqan from Sherkot Shekhan. Tehsildar RC Chauhan announced that a total of 99 villages in the region have been affected by the flood. 19 villages are affected by the Gagan River, 29 by the Kho River, 46 by the Ramganga River, 2 each by the Banaili and Nachna Nakta rivers, and one village by the Faida River.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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