Mandakini and Bardaha rivers water levels increased

The rise of the Mandakini River in Chitrakoot caused water to seep into the shops of Ramghat. conversation
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Chitrakoot / Khohi. The water levels of the Mandakini and Bardaha Rivers have risen due to heavy rainfall. The danger mark was reached on Saturday afternoon. A drop in the water level was then registered. The UP and MP administration constantly monitors the water level.
It rains heavily in the month of Sawan. For the past 24 hours, due to the rise in the water level of the Mandakini River, shopkeepers including the settlement on the bank have been busy collecting the goods. At the same time, the inhabitants of the villages around the Bardaha River are affected. The situation in Ramghat became such that the shopkeepers in Ramghat packed their supplies by boat.
Drains overflow, streets filled with water
Manikpur / Bharatkup. Due to the rain, the Bharatkup drains, including Manikpur, Rajapur and Mau in the district, are also delayed at this time. Whose water comes through the streets, including the main streets. Because of this, the roads have also been cut. In some places the situation has become such that it is difficult to get out of the runoff water due to the backfilling of the streets.
Mau / Manikpur. The rain has made it difficult to get out of the swamps, including the waterlogging in the streets of the village. Many of the villages bordering the hill, including Mau and Manikpur, are in poor condition. In many villages, the condition is such that people cannot leave their homes due to waterlogging. Schools are also waterlogged. The house of Rajesh Kumar in Chechilli Rakas, Mohan Lal in Nanditaura and Sohan Kol in Badi Madayan collapsed due to rain.

Chitrakoot / Khohi. The water levels of the Mandakini and Bardaha Rivers have risen due to heavy rainfall. The danger mark was reached on Saturday afternoon. A drop in the water level was then registered. The UP and MP administration constantly monitors the water level.

It rains heavily in the month of Sawan. For the past 24 hours, due to the rise in the water level of the Mandakini River, shopkeepers including the settlement on the bank have been busy collecting the goods. At the same time, the inhabitants of the villages around the Bardaha River are affected. The situation in Ramghat became such that the shopkeepers in Ramghat packed their supplies by boat.

Drains overflow, streets filled with water

Manikpur / Bharatkup. Due to the rain, the Bharatkup drains are also currently flowing, including Manikpur, Rajapur and Mau in the district. Whose water comes through the streets including the main roads. Because of this, the roads have also been cut. In some places the situation has become such that the streets filling up makes it difficult to get out of the sewage.

Mau / Manikpur. The rain has made it difficult to get out of the swamps, including the waterlogging in the streets of the village. Many of the villages bordering the hill, including Mau and Manikpur, are in poor condition. In many villages the condition is such that people cannot leave their homes due to waterlogging. Schools are also waterlogged. The house of Rajesh Kumar in Chechilli Rakas, Mohan Lal in Nanditaura and Sohan Kol in Badi Madayan collapsed due to rain.

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