Jaunpur: Preparation Is Complete To Deal With Floods, Administration Is Alert

Jaunpur. With the onset of rains, the water level of the rivers has started rising, due to which complete preparations have been made to deal with it. At the same time, the administration is also taking full vigil in this regard. During this, tehsil wise divers, boatmen and flood posts etc. have been made to provide relief to the people in case of floods and to save them from the horrors. Gomti, Sai, Peeli, Basui and Varuna rivers have passed through the district, passing through different areas and passing through other districts. The water level of these rivers rises during the rainy season, threatening the low-lying villages near the river. If there is a flood, an area of ​​about 6326 hectares will be affected. About the same area was affected in the floods in the year 1980, which the administration has made preparations to deal with the flood by targeting it even today. When floods occur, first of all, danger starts looming in Kerakat, Chandwak and Badlapur areas. There are about 144 villages in these areas, which are affected by floods. Because these villages are situated on the banks of rivers and around them. First of all, the villages of Chandwak, Bambawan, Hariharpur, Bhainsa, Barhapur, Balrampur, Ghurdaur, Pokhara, Kewatli, Turkauli, Deorha, Sarai Padri, Fattupur and Molnapur are affected more when floods occur. However, this time the district administration has deployed 47 divers and 127 sailors to deal with the floods in these villages. At the same time, flood posts have been made at 88 places, so that the people of the affected areas can be taken to a safe place in case of floods. The water level of Gomti is 28 meters below the danger mark in Jaunpur. Despite the rain, the water level of the Gomti river is 28 meters below the danger mark on Thursday. At present, the water level of Gomti is at 6 meters, while the danger mark is at 34 meters. Control room has opened,Jaunpur. To deal with the flood, a control room has been opened in the collectorate at the district headquarters, whose number is 04552- 260666. On this number, the work of helping the affected people will be done in case of floods. Complete arrangements have been made to deal with the floods. Along with the deployment of divers and sailors, a flood post has been made. Control room has also been opened so that people’s life and property can be protected in case of floods. Ram Prakash, Additional District Magistrate (Finance and Revenue)

Jaunpur. With the onset of rains, the water level of the rivers has started rising, due to which complete preparations have been made to deal with it. At the same time, the administration is also taking full vigil in this regard. During this, tehsil wise divers, boatmen and flood posts etc. have been made to provide relief to the people in case of floods and to save them from the horrors. Gomti, Sai, Peeli, Basui and Varuna rivers have passed through the district, passing through different areas and passing through other districts. The water level of these rivers rises during the rainy season, threatening the low-lying villages near the river. If there is a flood, an area of ​​about 6326 hectares will be affected. About the same area was affected in the floods in the year 1980, which the administration has made preparations to deal with the flood by targeting it even today. When floods occur, first of all, danger starts looming in Kerakat, Chandwak and Badlapur areas. There are about 144 villages in these areas, which are affected by floods. Because these villages are situated on the banks of rivers and around them. First of all, the villages of Chandwak, Bambawan, Hariharpur, Bhainsa, Barhapur, Balrampur, Ghurdaur, Pokhara, Kewatli, Turkauli, Deorha, Sarai Padri, Fattupur and Molnapur are affected more when floods occur. However, this time the district administration has deployed 47 divers and 127 sailors to deal with the floods in these villages. At the same time, flood posts have been made at 88 places, so that the people of the affected areas can be taken to a safe place in case of floods. The water level of Gomti is 28 meters below the danger mark in Jaunpur. Despite the rain, the water level of the Gomti river is 28 meters below the danger mark on Thursday. At present, the water level of Gomti is at 6 meters, while the danger mark is at 34 meters. Control room Jaunpur has opened. To deal with the flood, a control room has been opened in the collectorate at the district headquarters, whose number is 04552- 260666. On this number, the work of helping the affected people will be done in case of floods. Complete arrangements have been made to deal with the floods. Along with the deployment of divers and sailors, a flood post has been made. Control room has also been opened so that people’s life and property can be protected in case of floods. Ram Prakash, Additional District Magistrate (Finance and Revenue).

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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