Ganga water levels are falling in Muzaffarnagar, but the danger remains

Muzaffarnagar: Flood water filled the fields in Ganga Khadar in Shuktirth.
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The water level in the Ganges has sunk, but the danger remains
Ramraj / Mirapur (Muzaffarnagar). After three days, the water level at the Ganga Dam has sunk. The water level of the corridor was measured at 219.90 meters below the danger mark. Nevertheless, the warning is issued by the administration. Since the water level has now dropped, there is no danger. The farmers ‘crops were ruined because the waters of the Ganges reached the villagers’ fields. Traffic is affected by waterlogging on the connecting roads.
The water level in Ganga fell on Monday. However, many villagers’ crops were completely destroyed by the floods. With the destruction of the harvest, the villagers face the problem of feeding their animals. Rohtash, Rajveer, Amar Singh, Man Singh, Tilak Ram, Jeevanpuri and Rampur Thakra residents say their crops have been ruined by floods. Their cattle are on the verge of starvation without any fodder. The villagers claim that no official from the administration came to their village for two days to find out about their problems. JE Piyush Kumar of the irrigation department said a lakh 35,000 cusec was recorded downstream of the Ganga Dam on Monday. The water level downstream of the Ganga Barrage was measured at 9:80 p.m. The water level of the Ganga Barrage is constantly falling.
Flood situation in the Khadar area after eight years
Ramraj. Sanjeev Sharma, Ashish, Jeet Singh, Gopal, residents of Jeevanpuri village, said that eight years ago, at the time of the Kedarnath disaster in 2013, there was a flood in the Khadar area. At the time, dozens of villages in the Khadar area were hit by flooding. Along with the destruction of all of the villagers’ crops, many villages were also completely destroyed. On the other hand, villagers in flood-hit villages Jeevanpuri, Rampur Thakra, Rahadwa, Hansawala say that sand is building up in the Ganges due to the inadequate cleaning of the Ganges. As a result, the water coming from the mountains overflows from the Ganges, enters the villages through the forests of the Khadar region and creates a flood situation. On the other hand, Satnam Singh, a resident of Rampur Thakra village, said that the population of his village is around 200. Dozens of farmers in the village feed their families by growing parmal. Due to the flood, around three hundred bighas of the parmal crops of all farmers were completely destroyed by the flood.
Risk of spreading infectious diseases
Meerapur. Even when the water level is low, the villages and fields are full of water. In such a situation, there is a possibility that the infection could spread. After two to three days, if the water rots, the risk of spreading the disease is high. The team from the health department has not come yet.
Administration warning now
The water level in the Ganges has sunk, but the administration is on high alert. The flood posts work. If there is a lack of water in the contact roads, the team from the Ministry of Finance and Health will also visit the villages affected by the flood and distribute medicines, etc. – Alok Kumar, ADM Finance and Revenue

The water level in the Ganges has sunk, but the danger remains

Ramraj / Mirapur (Muzaffarnagar). After three days, the water level at the Ganga Dam has sunk. The water level of the corridor was measured at 219.90 meters below the danger mark. Nevertheless, the warning is issued by the administration. Since the water level has now dropped, there is no danger. The farmers ‘crops were ruined because the waters of the Ganges reached the villagers’ fields. Traffic is affected by waterlogging on the connecting roads.

The water level in Ganga fell on Monday. However, many villagers’ crops were completely destroyed by the floods. With the destruction of the harvest, the villagers face the problem of feeding their animals. Rohtash, Rajveer, Amar Singh, Man Singh, Tilak Ram, Jeevanpuri and Rampur Thakra residents say their crops have been ruined by floods. Their cattle are on the verge of starvation without any feed. The villagers claim that no official from the administration came to their village for two days to hear about their problems. JE Piyush Kumar of the irrigation department said a lakh 35,000 cusec was recorded downstream of the Ganga Dam on Monday. The water level downstream of the Ganga Barrage was measured at 9:80 p.m. The water level of the Ganga Barrage is constantly falling.

Flood situation in the Khadar area after eight years

Ramraj. Sanjeev Sharma, Ashish, Jeet Singh, Gopal, residents of Jeevanpuri village, said that eight years ago, at the time of the Kedarnath disaster in 2013, there was a flood in the Khadar area. At the time, dozens of villages in the Khadar area were hit by flooding. Along with the destruction of all of the villagers’ crops, many villages were also completely destroyed. On the other hand, villagers in flood-hit villages Jeevanpuri, Rampur Thakra, Rahadwa, Hansawala say that sand is building up in the Ganges due to the inadequate cleaning of the Ganges. As a result, the water coming from the mountains overflows from the Ganges, passes through the forests of the Khadar region into the villages and creates a flood situation. On the other hand, Satnam Singh, a resident of Rampur Thakra village, said that the population of his village is around 200. Dozens of farmers in the village feed their families by growing parmal. Due to the flood, around three hundred bighas of the parmal crops of all farmers were completely destroyed by the flood.

Risk of spreading infectious diseases

Meerapur. Even when the water level is low, the villages and fields are full of water. In such a situation, there is a possibility that the infection could spread. After two to three days, if the water rots, the risk of spreading the disease is high. The team from the health department has not come yet.

Administration warning now

The water level in the Ganges has sunk, but the administration is on high alert. The flood posts work. If there is a lack of water in the contact roads, the team from the Ministry of Finance and Health will also visit the villages affected by the flood and distribute medicines, etc. – Alok Kumar, ADM Finance and Revenue

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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