Hardoi, Ganga River, Hardoi News – Ganga water level will rise by Tuesday, 16 villages on alert

hear the news

hear the news

Hardoi. Four and a half lakh Kusec water was released from the Bijnor dam on Sunday morning. For this reason, the water level in the Ganges is expected to rise by Tuesday. In this regard, the Ministry of Irrigation has alerted 16 villages on the banks of the Ganges. Officials said the situation was being monitored constantly in the face of possible flooding. People don’t need fear or panic.
It rains all the time on the mountains. Rainwater reaches rivers and dams. Water is continuously added to the rivers to reduce the excessive load on the dams. On Sunday morning about 4.5 lakh of Kusec water were released from the Bijnor dam into the Ganges. The water should reach the district by Tuesday. Officials say a huge amount of water was released. For this reason, the water level of the Ganges will surely rise here. In such a situation, people in such villages on the banks of the Ganges, affected by flooding and erosion, were appealed to the population to take special precautions. The area and the water level of the river are continuously monitored by the flood posts. People are being asked to leave the coastal areas. Irrigation Department chief engineer Akhilesh Kumar Gautam said the vigil was raised due to the possible rise in the river’s water level. The population is also urged to be cautious.
—-
A warning was issued in these villages
The population of the villages for which the irrigation authority has issued a warning. Villages on the banks of the Ganges are Jaraula, Katri Parsola, Katri Bichhuiya, Katri Chhibramau, Mahadeva, Biluhi Saraula, Sadhiyapur, Tera Kulli, Makkupurwa, Magraha, Shahpur Pawar, Kutuapur, Chhochpur, Tera Pursauli, Mansoorpur and Khejlapur etc.

Hardoi. Four and a half lakh Kusec water was released from the Bijnor dam on Sunday morning. For this reason, the water level in the Ganges is expected to rise by Tuesday. In this regard, the Ministry of Irrigation has alerted 16 villages on the banks of the Ganges. Officials said the situation was being monitored constantly in the face of possible flooding. People don’t need fear or panic.

It rains all the time on the mountains. Rainwater reaches rivers and dams. In order to reduce the overloading of the dams, water is continuously fed into the rivers. On Sunday morning about 4.5 lakh of Kusec water were released from the Bijnor dam into the Ganges. The water should reach the district by Tuesday. Officials say a huge amount of water was released. For this reason, the water level of the Ganges will surely rise here. In such a situation, people in such villages on the banks of the Ganges, affected by flooding and erosion, were appealed to the population to take special precautions. The area and the water level of the river are continuously monitored by the flood stations. People are being asked to leave the coastal areas. Irrigation Department chief engineer Akhilesh Kumar Gautam said the vigil was raised due to the possible rise in the river’s water level. The population is also urged to be cautious.

—-

A warning was issued in these villages

The population of the villages for which the irrigation authority has issued a warning. Villages on the banks of the Ganges are Jaraula, Katri Parsola, Katri Bichhuiya, Katri Chhibramau, Mahadeva, Biluhi Saraula, Sadhiyapur, Tera Kulli, Makkupurwa, Magraha, Shahpur Pawar, Kutuapur, Chhochpur, Tera Pursauli, Mansoorpur and Khejlapur etc.

.

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply