Hapur News – Danger of flooding: The water level of Garh-Brajghat has risen again by 40 cm

As the water level rose, the water of the Ganges filled the lower forest of Khadar.
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Danger of flooding: The water level of Garh-Brajghat is again around 40 cm. gone up
Garhmukteshwar. Due to the rain on the hills and the release of water from the Bijnor Dam, the water level of the Ganges in Garh-Brajghat rises continuously. According to the flood protection room, 3.48 Lakh 243 Kusec water will be drained from the Bijnor dam on Sunday at 6 p.m. Because of this, the water level will continue to rise until it reaches Garh-Brajghat on Monday.
By Sunday evening, the water level in Garh Ganga had risen by 40 cm to 198.67 meters. The risk of flooding has increased with the arrival of Ganga water in the low-lying forest of Khadar, which has also increased the unrest among the villagers. On the other hand, the SDM reached the Khadar area and inspected it. From Friday to Saturday evening, the water level in the Ganges in the Garh-Brajghat area had reached 198.27 meters. An increase was also recorded on Sunday. On Sunday, 2 lakh 90,000 334 Cusec water from the Bijnor dam reached the fort area, as a result of which the water level rose by 40 cm on late Sunday evening. The water level at Brajghat was measured on Sunday evening at 198.67 meters (above sea level). On the other hand, the water discharged from Bijnor on Sunday evening will reach Garh late Monday evening. This will cause the water level to continue to rise.
Water started in the lower forest of Khadar. to fill
On Sunday, after the water level rose from 40 cm to 198.67 meters, water in the low-lying forests of many villages such as Kudaini ki Madhaiya, Lathira Etmali, Gadavali, Chak Lathira of the Garh filled with water. Because of the rise in water levels, villagers are concerned about possible flooding.
67 cm above the danger mark
Tehsildar Vivek Bhadauria said the water level of the Ganges in Brajghat reached 198.67 meters late on Sunday evening. While the red alarm is at 199.34 meters. At the moment, Ganga is flowing 67 cm below red alert. Flood posts are fully vigilant.
SDM inspected Khadar area
In light of possible flooding on Sunday, SDM Vijayvardhan Tomar inspected the coastal village of Lathira, Kudaini and other villages on the Ganges by reaching the forests and banks of the Ganges. He has instructed the subordinates to be ready at all times to deal with the floods and to help the villagers.
We are vigilant, there is currently no great danger
In the past 24 hours, the water level in the Ganges has risen significantly less than expected, which means that the possibility of flooding is currently lower. But the water level is monitored every hour by flood posts and flood control rooms. At the same time, appropriate precautions were taken to bring the villagers to a safe place in the event of flooding. – Vijayvardhan Tomar, SDM Garh

Danger of flooding: The water level of Garh-Brajghat is again around 40 cm. gone up

Garhmukteshwar. Due to the rain on the hills and the release of water from the Bijnor Dam, the water level of the Ganges in Garh-Brajghat rises continuously. According to the flood protection room, 3.48 Lakh 243 Kusec water will be drained from the Bijnor dam on Sunday at 6 p.m. Because of this, the water level will continue to rise until it reaches Garh-Brajghat on Monday.

By Sunday evening, the water level in Garh Ganga had risen by 40 cm to 198.67 meters. The risk of flooding has increased with the arrival of Ganga water in the low-lying forest of Khadar, which has also increased the unrest among the villagers. On the other hand, the SDM reached the Khadar area and inspected it. From Friday to Saturday evening, the water level in the Ganges in the Garh-Brajghat area had reached 198.27 meters. An increase was also recorded on Sunday. On Sunday, 2 lakh 90,000 334 Cusec water from the Bijnor dam reached the fort area, as a result of which the water level rose by 40 cm on late Sunday evening. The water level at Brajghat was measured on Sunday evening at 198.67 meters (above sea level). On the other hand, the water discharged from Bijnor on Sunday evening will reach Garh late Monday evening. This will cause the water level to continue to rise.

Water started in the lower forest of Khadar. to fill

On Sunday, after the water level rose from 40 cm to 198.67 meters, water in the low-lying forests of many villages such as Kudaini ki Madhaiya, Lathira Etmali, Gadavali, Chak Lathira of the Garh filled with water. Because of the rise in water levels, villagers are concerned about possible flooding.

67 cm above the danger mark

Tehsildar Vivek Bhadauria said the water level of the Ganges in Brajghat reached 198.67 meters late on Sunday evening. While the red alarm is at 199.34 meters. At the moment, Ganga is flowing 67 cm below red alert. Flood posts are fully vigilant.

SDM inspected Khadar area

In light of possible flooding on Sunday, SDM Vijayvardhan Tomar inspected the coastal village of Lathira, Kudaini and other villages on the Ganges by reaching the forests and banks of the Ganges. He has instructed the subordinates to be ready at all times to deal with the floods and to help the villagers.

We are vigilant, there is currently no great danger

In the past 24 hours, the water level in the Ganges has risen significantly less than expected, which means that the possibility of flooding is currently lower. But the water level is monitored every hour by flood posts and flood control rooms. At the same time, appropriate precautions were taken to bring the villagers to a safe place in the event of flooding. – Vijayvardhan Tomar, SDM Garh

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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