Ganga’s water level rises in Hastinapur, administrators inspect Fatehpur Prem Ganga Shore – Ganga water level rises in Hastinapur, administrators inspect Fatehpur Prem Ganga shore

Ganga’s water level rises in Hastinapur, administrators inspect the coast of Fatehpur Prem Ganga
Hastinapur In the past four days, the rain in the hilly and flat areas has raised the water level of the Ganges. When the officials saw the possibility of rising water levels in the Ganga, they reached Fatehpur Prem Ganga on Friday and warned the farmers to move out. Instructed the accountants that everyone should be alerted in a timely manner.
On Friday, the ADM administration Madan Garreal, the sub-collector Kamlesh Goyal, Tehsildar Ajay Upadhyay, the police officer in charge Ashok Singh, the SDO PK Jain of the Irrigation Department and other officials reached Fatehpur Prem Ganga Ghat in the Khadar region. He warned the farmers who were planting squares in the Ganges that the water level of the Ganga was rising due to continued rainfall in the mountain areas. So everyone is moving to a safe place. A team of accountants was put together for this purpose, and the announcement was made by going to the banks of the Ganges and the Plague. People were made aware of this, everyone was tying up their belongings and preparing to go to safe places.
The SDO of the Irrigation Department PK Jain announced that 80,000 cubic meters of water were drained from Haridwar’s Bhimgowda Dam at around 4 p.m. on Thursday. Which reached the Bijnor Barrage by Friday evening. Ganga water levels are also rising in Fatehpur Prem Ganga Ghat.
Instructions for completion of construction shortly
Administrative officials ordered the construction of the ongoing Ganga Dam near Fatehpur Prem village to be completed before the rainy season, and the Ganga is rising too much. SDO of Irrigation Department PK Jain said the embankment work at Fatehpur Prem is almost complete. The stone work on the Hansapur Parsapur project has started and will be completed on time. The ADM administration gave instructions to speed up the work and to complete the work at the earliest.
86,000 cusecs of water drained
Piyush Kumar, an engineer stationed at the Bijnor Dam, said that at 6 p.m. on Friday, there will be 58,000 water outflows from the Haridwar Bhimgowda Dam. At the same time, 86,000 cusecs of water were drained from the Bijnor dam.
Problems with rising curfew and rising water levels
Farmers Vinod, Rishipal, Sameer, Shehzad, etc. said that due to the initial curfew, the melon and melon harvests should bear the brunt of the recession. After that, the increased water level due to rain in the Ganges increased their problem. Because of this, the economic loss has increased.
The flood society reached Bhimkund Ganga Ghat
In view of the continuous rise in the water level in Ganga and to save the people in the region, a flood relief team was called for. At around 3pm on Friday, a group of flood relief teams reached Bhimkund Ganga Ghat in the area and reached Ganga Ghat by boat, motorboat and equipment and got ready.

Ganga’s water level rises in Hastinapur, administrators inspect the coast of Fatehpur Prem Ganga

Hastinapur In the past four days, the rain in the hilly and flat areas has raised the water level of the Ganges. When the officials saw the possibility of rising water levels in the Ganga, they reached Fatehpur Prem Ganga on Friday and warned the farmers to move out. Instructed the accountants that everyone should be alerted in a timely manner.

On Friday, the ADM administration Madan Garreal, the sub-collector Kamlesh Goyal, Tehsildar Ajay Upadhyay, the police officer in charge Ashok Singh, the SDO PK Jain of the Irrigation Department and other officials reached Fatehpur Prem Ganga Ghat in the Khadar region. He warned the farmers who were planting squares in the Ganges that the water level of the Ganga was rising due to continued rainfall in the mountain areas. So everyone is moving to a safe place. To this end, a team of accountants was put together, and the announcement was made to the banks of the Ganges and the promise. People were made aware of this, everyone was tying up their belongings and preparing to go to safe places.

The SDO of the Irrigation Department PK Jain announced that 80,000 cubic meters of water were drained from Haridwar’s Bhimgowda Dam at around 4 p.m. on Thursday. Which reached the Bijnor Barrage by Friday evening. Ganga water levels are also rising in Fatehpur Prem Ganga Ghat.

Instructions for completion of construction shortly

Administrative officials ordered the construction of the ongoing Ganga Dam near Fatehpur Prem village to be completed before the rainy season, and the Ganga is rising too much. SDO of Irrigation Department PK Jain said the embankment work at Fatehpur Prem is almost complete. The stone work on the Hansapur Parsapur project has started and will be completed on time. The ADM administration gave instructions to speed up the work and to complete the work at the earliest.

86,000 cusecs of water drained

Piyush Kumar, an engineer stationed at the Bijnor Dam, said that at 6 p.m. on Friday, there will be 58,000 water outflows from the Haridwar Bhimgowda Dam. At the same time, 86,000 cusecs of water were drained from the Bijnor dam.

Problems with rising curfew and rising water levels

Farmers Vinod, Rishipal, Sameer, Shehzad, etc. said that due to the initial curfew, the melon and melon harvests should bear the brunt of the recession. After that, the increased water level due to rain in the Ganges increased their problem. Because of this, the economic loss has increased.

The flood society reached Bhimkund Ganga Ghat

In view of the continuous rise in the water level in Ganga and to save the people in the region, a flood relief team was called for. At around 3pm on Friday, a group of flood relief teams reached Bhimkund Ganga Ghat in the area and reached Ganga Ghat by boat, motorboat and equipment and got ready.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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