Ganga Above Danger Mark, Panic In Coastal Areas

There is panic in the coastal areas due to the rise in the water level of all the rivers including Ganga in the district. While the water level of Karmanasha has become stable, while the water level of Ganga continues to rise. The water level of Ganga crossed the danger mark 63.105 on Friday night itself and started spreading in the coastal area. The people of the coastal areas are very frightened after seeing the fierce form of the Ganges. If the rise in the Ganges continues, the crops in the coastal areas will be submerged and the animals will find it difficult to get green fodder. The Ganges is moving at the rate of 3 cm per hour. The water level of Ganga stood at 63.240 meters at 8 am and the water level of Ganga rose to 63.390 meters at 2 pm. The water level of Ganga rose to 63.450 at five o’clock. It is to be known that in 2019, the high water level of the flood had reached 64.530 meters. Whereas the parameter of flood situation is normal water level 59.906 meters, warning point low level 61.550 meters and danger point middle level 63.105 meters. The high level of flood is 65.220 meters. Flood water has come in the lower level of village Harpur, Matsa, Duhia, Malsa, Deoria, Bairanpur, Khanvpura, Tajpur Siwan of the area. Due to the rising water level of Ganga, people living in Gangbrar of Sabbalpur Band, Deoria Band and Matsa Band have been forced to migrate. People are taking the animals along with all the household items to safer places by boat. Seeing the danger of Ganga, the Tehsil administration has made a total of 50 flood posts for Ganga and Karmanasha for flood relief work. The villages along the banks have been divided into very sensitive, sensitive and general category. As per statistics the total number of villages affected by river Ganga is 124. Out of this, 23 are very sensitive, 49 are sensitive and 52 are normal villages. In this regard 37 outposts have been established. On the other hand, there are three very sensitive 11 normal 18 villages in the Karmanasha river, in relation to which 13 outposts have been made. However, the water level of Karmanasha has subsided. Revenue personnel have been instructed to visit the villages on the banks of the river and take stock of the situation. Health Department and Animal Husbandry Department have also constituted teams and deployed personnel at flood posts and arrangements have been made for boats etc. as per demand.

There is panic in the coastal areas due to the rise in the water level of all the rivers including Ganga in the district. While the water level of Karmanasha has become stable, while the water level of Ganga continues to rise. The water level of Ganga crossed the danger mark 63.105 on Friday night itself and started spreading in the coastal area. The people of the coastal areas are very frightened after seeing the fierce form of the Ganges. If the rise in the Ganges continues, the crops in the coastal areas will be submerged and the animals will find it difficult to get green fodder. The Ganges is moving at the rate of 3 cm per hour. The water level of Ganga stood at 63.240 meters at 8 am and the water level of Ganga rose to 63.390 meters at 2 pm. The water level of Ganga rose to 63.450 at five o’clock. It is to be known that in 2019, the high water level of the flood had reached 64.530 meters. Whereas the parameter of flood situation is normal water level 59.906 meters, warning point low level 61.550 meters and danger point middle level 63.105 meters. The high level of flood is 65.220 m. Flood water has come in the lower level of village Harpur, Matsa, Duhia, Malsa, Deoria, Bairanpur, Khanvpura, Tajpur Siwan of the area. Due to the rising water level of Ganga, people living in Gangbrar of Sabbalpur Band, Deoria Band and Matsa Band have been forced to migrate. People are taking the animals along with all the household items to safer places by boat. Seeing the horrors of Ganga, the Tehsil administration has made a total of 50 flood posts for Ganga and Karmanasha for flood relief work. Coastal villages are divided into very sensitive, sensitive and general category. As per statistics the total number of villages affected by river Ganga is 124. Out of this, 23 are very sensitive, 49 are sensitive and 52 are normal villages. In this regard 37 outposts have been established. On the other hand, there are three very sensitive 11 normal 18 villages in the Karmanasha river, in relation to which 13 outposts have been made. However, the water level of Karmanasha has subsided. Revenue personnel have been instructed to visit the villages on the banks of the river and take stock of the situation. Health Department and Animal Husbandry Department have also constituted teams and deployed personnel at flood posts and arrangements have been made for boats etc. as per demand. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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