Heavy rain – the house in Lodhipur collapsed because the ground sank in the rain

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Shahjahanpur. Due to heavy rain from Sunday morning to evening, half a house and Linters collapsed in a ground collapse near the Khannaut Bridge in Lodhipur. Fortunately, the two tenant families who live in the damaged area had already been evicted. This averted an accident.
Here on Monday, also on the second day, there was a black cloud in the sky from morning and from 12 o’clock it started to drizzle and rain. This made the weather pleasant when the humidity subsided. However, the roads were slippery in many places and deeper spots were flooded.
Sachin Kumar Bharti, a resident of Lodhipur, has two houses in the village. He himself lives in one house with his family, while another house on the roadside near the Khannaut Bridge is rented out. Two families live in this rented house and a wife of one family also opened a beauty salon in it by renting a roadside shop. Next to the house is a very deep, undeveloped plot of land where the earthworks to fill in have not yet been completed.
All of the water from the torrential rain that had occurred the day before was poured into this property and engulfed in the ground. Because of this rainwater, the land on the west side of Sachin’s house was flooded around 11 p.m. When there was a crack in the floor, the plaster on the ceiling of the porch broke off and the families of the tenants sleeping there woke up. When he informed the landlord of the situation, he also reached the two tenants and hurriedly sent them with the goods to the other rooms on the first floor in the back of the house. Sachin said the entire linter of the porch fell around 3 a.m. on Monday when the pillar was broken. Since then, the linter has been poured onto strong iron guards. As a result, the linter is tilted to the side in a dangerous position if the carrier is inclined.
The water level of the Khannaut River has risen due to rain
Most of the water in the Khannaut River, which flows near the city, comes from the drains and ponds of the city and surrounding counties. Since then, the river’s catchment area has received heavy rainfall (132 mm) the day before. Therefore, on Monday, Khannaut’s belt was found completely filled with water. Although there is currently no flood-like situation in the river, the coastal houses from Lodhipur to Dalelganj and Saraikaiyan are safe, but if it rains like a day ago, the places on the banks of the river could be in danger. Tar Babu Girija Kishore Mishra of the Ministry of Irrigation said Khannaut flows at 143.40 meters, an increase of five centimeters from the previous 24 hours, while Garra’s water level is stable at 144.15 meters. He said that the water flow in the Ganga, Ramganga and Behgul rivers has remained normal with the withdrawal of only 21,536 Cusec water from dams and barrages and there is currently no possibility of a flood-like situation.
Soaked and muddy streets make walking difficult
On Sunday the drizzle was slowed down for a few hours after it had rained heavily during the day. Monday morning, the depth of about seven black clouds, but later the sky began to dissolve and the sun put pressure from above, then it started to feel damp. This situation lasted for a while when clouds began to form again and it began to rain from 12 noon. However, the water has fallen a lot less than the day before. Nevertheless, if the country could not absorb the rain today, the problem of waterlogging and mud on the roads has arisen in many places. When the pavements of the streets of Bahadurganj’s main market were flooded with water, it became difficult for pedestrians to walk. On the way from Bahadurganj Galla Mandi to Wood Mandi, the kingdom of hell emerged from the mud at various points.
For a long time, traffic was affected by flooding in the streets of low-lying towns such as Buxaria, Matani, Jiakhel, Bala Tirahi in Bijlipura, Lodhipur, Chowk area.
According to Dr. Manmohan Singh, meteorologist for the Sugarcane Research Council, it rained three mm from Sunday evening to night and four mm on Monday afternoon. He said that despite the change in air pressure given the cloudy sky, light to moderate rainfall was expected from morning to afternoon.

Shahjahanpur. Due to heavy rain from Sunday morning to evening, half a house and Linters collapsed in a ground collapse near the Khannaut Bridge in Lodhipur. Fortunately, the two tenant families who live in the damaged area had already been evicted. This averted an accident.

Here on Monday, also on the second day, there was a black cloud in the sky from morning and from 12 o’clock it started to drizzle and rain. This made the weather pleasant when the humidity subsided. However, the roads were slippery in many places and deeper spots were flooded.

Sachin Kumar Bharti, a resident of Lodhipur, has two houses in the village. He himself lives in one house with his family, while another house on the roadside near the Khannaut Bridge is rented out. Two families live in this rented house and a wife of one family also opened a beauty salon in it by renting a roadside shop. Next to the house is a very deep, undeveloped plot of land where the earthworks to fill in have not yet been completed.

All of the water from the torrential rain that had occurred the day before was poured into this property and engulfed in the ground. Because of this rainwater, the land on the west side of Sachin’s house was flooded around 11 p.m. When there was a crack in the floor, the plaster on the ceiling of the porch broke off and the families of the tenants sleeping there woke up. When he informed the landlord of the situation, he also reached the two tenants and hurriedly sent them with the goods to the other rooms on the first floor in the back of the house. Sachin said the entire linter of the porch fell around 3 a.m. on Monday when the pillar was broken. Since then, the linter has been poured onto strong iron guards. As a result, the linter is tilted to one side in a dangerous position, with the carrier standing at an angle.

The water level of the Khannaut River has risen due to rain

Most of the water in the Khannaut River, which flows near the city, comes from the drains and ponds of the city and surrounding counties. Since then, the river’s catchment area has received heavy rainfall (132 mm) the day before. Therefore, on Monday, Khannaut’s belt was found completely filled with water. Although there is currently no flood-like situation in the river, the coastal houses from Lodhipur to Dalelganj and Saraikaiyan are safe, but if it rains like a day ago, the places on the banks of the river could be in danger. Tar Babu Girija Kishore Mishra of the Ministry of Irrigation said Khannaut flows at 143.40 meters, an increase of five centimeters from the previous 24 hours, while Garra’s water level is stable at 144.15 meters. He said that the water flow in the Ganga, Ramganga and Behgul rivers has remained normal due to the extraction of only 21536 Cusec water from dams and barrages and there is currently no possibility of a flood-like situation.

Soaked and muddy streets make walking difficult

On Sunday the drizzle was slowed down for a few hours after it had rained heavily during the day. Monday morning, the depth of about seven black clouds, but later the sky began to dissolve and the sun put pressure from above, then it started to feel damp. This situation lasted for a while when clouds began to form again and it began to rain from 12 noon. However, the water has fallen a lot less than the day before. Nevertheless, if the country could not absorb the rain today, the problem of waterlogging and mud on the roads has arisen in many places. When the pavements of the streets of Bahadurganj’s main market were flooded with water, it became difficult for pedestrians to walk. On the way from Bahadurganj Galla Mandi to Wood Mandi, the kingdom of hell emerged from the mud at various points.

For a long time, traffic was affected by flooding in the streets of low-lying towns such as Buxaria, Matani, Jiakhel, Bala Tirahi in Bijlipura, Lodhipur, Chowk area.

According to Dr. Manmohan Singh, meteorologist for the Sugarcane Research Council, it rained three mm from Sunday evening to night and four mm on Monday afternoon. He said that despite the change in air pressure given the cloudy sky, light to moderate rainfall was expected from morning to afternoon.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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