Flood situation in the Kachala administration of the Ganges on high alert

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Kasganj

Published by: Abhishek Saxena
Updated June 21, 2021 2:33 PM IST

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The tapping of the waters of the Ganges has reached the huts built on the banks of Kachla Ganga Ghat. At the same time, water is moving towards the banks of the Ganges.

In Kasganj, after the rise of the Ganga water level. continuous monitoring carried out
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Due to the continuous release of water from Haridwar and Bijnor into the Ganges, the Ganges in the Kasganj district has also started to swell. The water known as the middle tide has entered the Ganges. This has increased the risk to coastal areas. The water level of Kachla has risen 1.60 meters in the last 24 hours. On Sunday the Ganges flowed at the mark of 161.95 on the Kachla Bridge. On Monday morning the water level on the Kachlabrücke was 163.55. There is still a chance that more water will rise.The tapping of the waters of the Ganges has reached the huts built on the banks of Kachla Ganga Ghat. At the same time, water is moving towards the banks of the Ganges. The Ministry of Irrigation has issued a warning on the rise of Ganga. On the orders of District Judge CP Singh, officials from the Administrative and Irrigation Department are keeping an eye on the coastal areas. The district administrator is constantly informed about the situation.

Mining tenants tied up, irrigation department canceled
The mining work was carried out by a mining tenant in the middle of the Ganges in the direction of Delasarai. Because of this, there was an obstruction in the flow of the Ganges. Because of this obstruction, the possibility of water flow in the direction of the population has arisen. The team from the irrigation department reached the spot and severed the tie that had been made. This allowed the water to flow forward.

District Judge CP Singh says medium flood water seeps into the Ganges. So far, no water has penetrated any of the coastal villages. All of Ganga’s dams are monitored. The rural population was alerted.

Read also: Warning in Kasganj: Ganga can rise, 3.87 Lakh Kusec water from Haridwar. released

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Due to the continuous release of water from Haridwar and Bijnor into the Ganges, the Ganges in the Kasganj district has also started to swell. The water known as the middle tide has entered the Ganges. This has increased the risk to coastal areas. The water level of Kachla has risen 1.60 meters in the last 24 hours. On Sunday the Ganges flowed at the mark of 161.95 on the Kachla Bridge. On Monday morning the water level on the Kachlabrücke was 163.55. There is still a chance that more water will rise.

The tapping of the waters of the Ganges has reached the huts built on the banks of Kachla Ganga Ghat. At the same time, water is moving towards the banks of the Ganges. The Ministry of Irrigation has issued a warning on the rise of Ganga. On the orders of District Judge CP Singh, officials from the Administrative and Irrigation Department are keeping an eye on the coastal areas. The district administrator is constantly informed about the situation.

Mining tenants tied up, irrigation department canceled

The mining work was carried out by a mining tenant in the middle of the Ganges in the direction of Delasarai. Because of this, there was an obstruction in the flow of the Ganges. Because of this obstruction, the possibility of water flow in the direction of the population has arisen. The team from the irrigation department reached the spot and severed the tie that had been made. This allowed the water to flow forward.

District Judge CP Singh says medium flood water seeps into the Ganges. So far, no water has penetrated any of the coastal villages. All of Ganga’s dams are monitored. The rural population was alerted.

Read also: Warning in Kasganj: Ganga can rise, 3.87 Lakh Kusec water from Haridwar. released

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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