Mandakini-bardaha’s Face Across The Danger Mark

Chitrakoot/Manikpur/Khohi. The Mandakini river has again assumed a fierce form due to the rain. Apart from the Mandakini flowing above the danger mark since Sunday morning, the Bardaha river in the Patha area is also in spate. Due to which the connectivity of a dozen villages has been lost. The administration has taken vigil when the water level of the river drains of the entire district rises. The movement of outsiders has been stopped on the UP-MP border including the pilgrimage area. Chitrakoot and Satna District Magistrates and Superintendents of Police are constantly alerting Mike to not go towards the temple and rivers.
Due to floods in the Mandakini river for a week, there has been an atmosphere of fear among the people living on the banks of the river, including Ramghat. Here in two days Saturday and Sunday, the torrential rain has increased the calamity. The Mandakini river was in spate twice in a week. Due to the rise in the water level, the administration has banned the movement of water from the Ghorasi tempo stand at Ramghat on the road. The administration has evacuated the people around the pilgrimage area, Gupt Godavari, Sati Anusuiya Ashram, Sphatik Shila. However, from Sitapur UP Tourist Bungalow, via Chitra Road, it is being allowed to go towards MP. The Mandakini river has taken a formidable form even in the boundaries of MP. Entire Ramghat has been submerged. Hundreds of people are reaching to watch the floods in the Mandakini river. The shopkeepers residing on the banks of Ramghat have vacated the shops and gone to the upper place. The rain is not taking its name to stop. Police, administration officials are alerting the people. Here, due to the rapid flow of water from Payaswani diversion, the village is in a state of breath. The water level of the water falling from the dam is running up to the surface. People are flocking to see this sight.
Chitrakoot and Satna DM eyes
Chitrakoot. District Magistrate Shubhrant Kumar Shukla and Satna DM Ajay Katesaria reached Ramghat, Gupt Godvari, Sati Anusuiya and took stock of the situation. He directed the concerned officers to vacate the shops. So that no one gets hurt. In view of the danger, increase flood vigil. Make arrangements to deal with floods. Chitrakoot SP Ankit Mittal and Satna SP Dharamveer Singh have asked the divers to be alert at every possible site apart from the police personnel. He kept making announcements from place to place by taking the mike. On the other hand, in Manikpur, SDM Pramesh Srivastava along with the entire team continued to work to provide help to the broken village due to the boom in the Bardaha river. (conversation)
Wall fell, father and son buried
Chitrakoot/Khohi. Due to incessant rains, shopkeeper Neeraj Kesarwani and son Om Kesarwani were buried under the debris when the wall near Matyagajendranath temple collapsed on Sunday. People rushed out and admitted to the district hospital. In this sequence, Suresh’s 12-year-old son and younger son Shivam of Silkhori village of Bharatkup were playing next to the mud wall. Suddenly the wall collapsed and got buried in the soil. The villagers were rushed out and admitted to the district hospital. (conversation)
Taraunha lost contact
Chitrakoot. Due to the arrival of water from the Mandakini river in the Taraunha road of the headquarters, the contact was lost. People were breathless due to water logging from under the Kachhi Cantonment to the front of Islamia School. Somehow people were busy in saving the household. Those cultivating vegetables on the banks of the river faced a crisis. The entire vegetable crop was destroyed. The houses of many people have been flooded, due to which there is an atmosphere of fear.
Dozens of villages surrounded by floods of Bardaha river
Manikpur. There is an atmosphere of panic among the villagers of dozens of villages trapped in the floods of Bardaha river. The villagers of Mau Gurdari, Payasi Purva, Chamrauha, Ranipur, Kalyangarh, Gidurha, Charaiya, Bhatha, Kalyanpur, Karauha etc. are unable to do the necessary work due to the flood in the river. Contact with the town has been lost. Essential medicines and food items can be delivered to the villagers by rescue. In view of the flood, Deputy District Magistrate Pramesh Srivastava, Tehsildar Rajesh Kumar, Naib Tehsildar Vipin Kumar along with revenue and police team are keeping an eye on the villages situated on the banks of Bardaha river.

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Chitrakoot/Manikpur/Khohi. The Mandakini river has again assumed a fierce form due to the rain. Apart from the Mandakini flowing above the danger mark since Sunday morning, the Bardaha river in the Patha area is also in spate. Due to which the connectivity of a dozen villages has been lost. The administration has taken vigil when the water level of the river drains of the entire district rises. The movement of outsiders has been stopped on the UP-MP border including the pilgrimage area. Chitrakoot and Satna District Magistrates and Superintendents of Police are constantly alerting Mike to not go towards the temple and rivers.

Due to floods in the Mandakini river for a week, there has been an atmosphere of fear among the people living on the banks of the river, including Ramghat. Here in two days Saturday and Sunday, the torrential rain has increased the calamity. The Mandakini river was in spate twice in a week. Due to the rise in the water level, the administration has banned the movement of water from the Ghorasi tempo stand at Ramghat on the road. The administration has evacuated the people around the pilgrimage area, Gupt Godavari, Sati Anusuiya Ashram, Sphatik Shila. However, from Sitapur UP Tourist Bungalow, via Chitra Road, it is being allowed to go towards MP. The Mandakini river has taken a formidable form even in the boundaries of MP. Entire Ramghat has been submerged. Hundreds of people are reaching to watch the floods in the Mandakini river. The shopkeepers residing on the banks of Ramghat have vacated the shops and gone to the upper place. The rain is not taking its name to stop. Police, administration officials are alerting the people. Here, due to the rapid flow of water from Payaswani diversion, the village is in a state of breath. The water level of the water falling from the dam is running up to the surface. People are flocking to see this sight.

Chitrakoot and Satna DM eyes

Chitrakoot. District Magistrate Shubhrant Kumar Shukla and Satna DM Ajay Katesaria reached Ramghat, Gupt Godvari, Sati Anusuiya and took stock of the situation. He directed the concerned officers to vacate the shops. So that no one gets hurt. In view of the danger, increase flood vigil. Make arrangements to deal with floods. Chitrakoot SP Ankit Mittal and Satna SP Dharamveer Singh have asked the divers to be alert at every possible site apart from the police personnel. He kept making announcements from place to place by taking the mike. On the other hand, in Manikpur, SDM Pramesh Srivastava along with the entire team continued to work to provide help to the broken village due to the boom in the Bardaha river. (conversation)

Wall fell, father and son buried

Chitrakoot/Khohi. Due to incessant rains, shopkeeper Neeraj Kesarwani and son Om Kesarwani were buried under the debris when the wall near Matyagajendranath temple collapsed on Sunday. People rushed out and admitted to the district hospital. In this sequence, Suresh’s 12-year-old son and younger son Shivam of Silkhori village of Bharatkup were playing next to the mud wall. Suddenly the wall collapsed and got buried in the soil. The villagers were rushed out and admitted to the district hospital. (conversation)

Taraunha lost contact

Chitrakoot. Due to the arrival of water from the Mandakini river in the Taraunha road of the headquarters, the contact was lost. People were breathless due to water logging from under the Kachhi Cantonment to the front of Islamia School. Somehow people were busy in saving the household. Those cultivating vegetables on the banks of the river faced a crisis. The entire vegetable crop was destroyed. The houses of many people have been flooded, due to which there is an atmosphere of fear.

Dozens of villages surrounded by floods of Bardaha river

Manikpur. There is an atmosphere of panic among the villagers of dozens of villages trapped in the floods of Bardaha river. The villagers of Mau Gurdari, Payasi Purva, Chamrauha, Ranipur, Kalyangarh, Gidurha, Charaiya, Bhatha, Kalyanpur, Karauha etc. are unable to do the necessary work due to the flood in the river. Contact with the town has been lost. Essential medicines and food items can be delivered to the villagers by rescue. In view of the flood, Deputy District Magistrate Pramesh Srivastava, Tehsildar Rajesh Kumar, Naib Tehsildar Vipin Kumar along with revenue and police team are keeping an eye on the villages situated on the banks of Bardaha river.

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini-Bardaha's face across the danger mark

Mandakini-Bardaha’s face across the danger mark– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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