Ganga Again Near Danger Mark

People passing through the flood waters of village Amberpur. – Photo : FARRUKHABAD

Ganga again near danger mark in Amritpur. The water level of Ganga and Ramganga has increased again on Saturday. The water level of the Ganga has reached 136.95 meters, just 15 centimeters away from the danger mark of 137.10 meters. Due to this the water has increased in the villages along the banks of the Ganges. Ganga is being cut in Harsinghpur Kayastha. Due to the fear of being cut, the villagers have started moving out of their houses and going to higher places. The water level of Ganga and Ramganga has started rising again. This has increased the flood water in the villages along the banks. The villages are full of water for more than a fortnight. People are unable to even go to work due to water in their homes, roads and fields. Due to this, they are not able to juggle even two times of bread for the members present in the house. Villagers say that their problems are not reducing due to the floods. The biggest problem is animal feed. The water level of both the rivers has increased by 5 cm. The water level of Ganga has reached 136.95 meters, 15 centimeters away from the danger mark of 137.10 meters. 63,496 cusecs of water has been released from Narora dam on Saturday. Harsinghpur Kayastha has started harvesting rapidly due to the rise in the water level of Ganga. Due to this the villagers are moving to higher places by vacating the houses. Due to waterlogging in the villages like Madaiya of Trityam, Rampur, Jograjpur, Amberpur, Chitrakoot, Karanpur Ghat, Kudri Sarangpur, Sunderpur, Rajaram’s Madaiya etc., the problem of food and movement of the villagers remains. Administration is not helping. The MGNREGA workers of the villages which are full of water are not even getting work. Health teams are not reaching the flood-hit villages. Teams are being sent to villages where there is no flood water. On the other hand, 9384 cusecs of water has been released from Kho Hareli, Ramnagar in Ramganga. The water level of Ramganga has increased from 134.30 to 134.35 meters.

Ganga again near danger mark in Amritpur. The water level of Ganga and Ramganga has increased again on Saturday. The water level of the Ganga has reached 136.95 meters, just 15 centimeters away from the danger mark of 137.10 meters. Due to this the water has increased in the villages along the banks of the Ganges. Ganga is being cut in Harsinghpur Kayastha. Due to the fear of being cut, the villagers have started moving out of their houses and going to higher places. The water level of Ganga and Ramganga has started rising again. This has increased the flood water in the villages along the banks. The villages are full of water for more than a fortnight. People are unable to even go to work due to water in their homes, roads and fields. Due to this, they are not able to juggle even two times of bread for the members present in the house. Villagers say that their problems are not reducing due to the floods. The biggest problem is animal feed. The water level of both the rivers has increased by 5 cm. The water level of Ganga has reached 136.95 meters, 15 centimeters away from the danger mark of 137.10 meters. 63,496 cusecs of water has been released from Narora dam on Saturday. Harsinghpur Kayastha has started harvesting rapidly due to the rise in the water level of Ganga. Due to this the villagers are moving to higher places by vacating the houses. Due to waterlogging in the villages like Madaiya of Trityam, Rampur, Jograjpur, Amberpur, Chitrakoot, Karanpur Ghat, Kudri Sarangpur, Sunderpur, Rajaram’s Madaiya etc., the problem of food and movement of the villagers remains. Administration is not helping. The MGNREGA workers of the villages which are full of water are not even getting work. Health teams are not reaching the flood-hit villages. Teams are being sent to villages where there is no flood water. On the other hand, 9384 cusecs of water has been released from Kho Hareli, Ramnagar in Ramganga. The water level of Ramganga has increased from 134.30 to 134.35 meters. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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