Mandakini water came into the shops of Ramghat

Chitrakoot / Manikpur. The Mandakini River flooded the district for 36 hours due to rainfall. The waters of the river seeped into the shops in Ramghat. The shopkeepers take the goods to safe places. A warning was issued in the area along the riverbank, including Ramghat. On the other hand, the water level of the Bardaha River in Manikpur is also rising. As a result, the connectivity of more than six villages has been lost. Farmers are happy about the rain. Rice has started to be planted in the fields. On the other hand, it becomes difficult to get out due to rains due to waterlogging in places in the streets of the village.
Due to the two days of rain in the district, the likelihood of a drought has decreased. The intermittent rain day and night brought relief from the heat. Villagers are upset about waterlogging in many villages due to rain. Due to the rapid rise in the water level of the Mandakini River, water seeped into shops in Ramghat on Thursday. Police personnel were deployed for security. Manikpur area
The water level of the Bardaha River has also risen. It has become difficult to get out due to waterlogging in the Balapur Mafi village in the Khohi area. Kamlesh Patel, Ayodhya Prasad, Mahendra Singh, Sushil, Ajay Rammilan and Raja Nathu Prasad from the village said that people were locked in their houses because of waterlogging on the street.
However, the farmers are satisfied with the rain. Rice has started to be planted in the fields. Rajesh Dwivedi, Mahesh Lal Verma and Karan Patel said the weather turned out fine. This has accelerated the sowing of kharif. Dr. Manoj Sharma, agronomist from Ganiwa, has advised farmers to take appropriate precautions for drainage on legumes. Sow rice as early as possible.
SDM checked
Manikpur. SDM Pramesh Kumar Srivastava and Tehsildar Rajesh Kumar inspected the Bardaha river, the Raghav waterfall. He told the villagers who lived near the Bardaha River not to go near the Bardaha River. Travel the other way.
falling kutcha house
Chitrakoot. Even Kutcha houses are falling from the rain. Lovelesh Pandey’s Kutcha house collapsed in Ragauli in the Rajapur area. Similarly, Ramesh Ahirwar from Karkhana village in Rajapur city, Rajesh Kol in Bahilpurwa village in Manikpur area, Mohanlal and other houses in Bharatkup area, including Kutcha houses in villages, collapsed.
Many people’s houses have collapsed from the rain
Rajapur. Due to the three days of rain, the rural areas including the city were flooded with water. People are upset because water fills in Kutcha houses. Many houses were demolished. Ramesh Ahirwar, a resident of Karkhana Mohalla town, said that his family lives in a Kutcha house. The house collapsed that night due to heavy rain. The household was ruined. Ward-12’s Sonia Devi said that all of the household’s belongings were destroyed due to the rainwater filling the house. Mithai Lal Sonkar said the walls of many Kutcha houses collapsed due to the lack of a drainage system from the Nagar Panchayat. conversation
Tourists are not advised to go to the banks of the river
Lost. The effects of the rain from the MP region on the mountains were seen on Ramghat Thursday evening. The water level of the Mandakini River has risen and water has seeped into many shops. The water of the river at Ramghat is only two feet below the danger mark. Because of this, there is panic in the area. The county government has ordered tourists not to go to the banks of the river from Mike.
Water leaks from dams
Manikpur. To stop the flow of water in the mountains and forests of the area, the water collected in the rainy season is washed away due to leakage in the Dodamafi Dam, Panhai Dam. Manvendra Singh from Unchadih Village, Rajnarayan from Ranipur Village, etc. say that the Panhai Dam is in poor condition these days. Water also flows from the Bardaha Dam near the village of Chheria. Irrigation Department chief engineer BB Singh said the dams are being repaired. conversation

Mandakini water ended up in the shops of Ramghat– Photo: CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini water ended up in the shops of Ramghat

Mandakini water ended up in the shops of Ramghat– Photo: CHITRAKOOT

Photo number 6- The water level of the Mandakini River rose for the third day in a row due to drizzling rain in the district.  conversation

Photo number 6- The water level of the Mandakini River rose for the third day in a row due to drizzling rain in the district. conversation– Photo: CHITRAKOOT

Chitrakoot / Manikpur. The Mandakini River flooded the district for 36 hours due to rainfall. The waters of the river seeped into the shops in Ramghat. The shopkeepers take the goods to safe places. A warning was issued in the area along the riverbank, including Ramghat. On the other hand, the water level of the Bardaha River in Manikpur is also rising. As a result, the connectivity of more than six villages has been lost. Farmers are happy about the rain. Rice has started to be sown in the fields. On the other hand, rain makes it difficult to get out due to waterlogging in places in the streets of the village.

Due to the two days of rain in the district, the likelihood of a drought has decreased. The intermittent rain day and night brought relief from the heat. Villagers are upset about waterlogging in many villages due to rain. Due to the rapid rise in the water level of the Mandakini River, water seeped into shops in Ramghat on Thursday. Police personnel were deployed for security. Manikpur area

The water level of the Bardaha River has also risen. It has become difficult to get out due to waterlogging in the Balapur Mafi village in the Khohi area. Kamlesh Patel, Ayodhya Prasad, Mahendra Singh, Sushil, Ajay Rammilan and Raja Nathu Prasad from the village said that people were locked in their houses because of waterlogging on the street.

However, the farmers are satisfied with the rain. Rice has started to be planted in the fields. Rajesh Dwivedi, Mahesh Lal Verma and Karan Patel said the weather turned out fine. This has accelerated the sowing of kharif. Dr. Manoj Sharma, agronomist from Ganiwa, has advised farmers to take appropriate precautions for drainage on legumes. Sow rice as early as possible.

SDM checked

Manikpur. SDM Pramesh Kumar Srivastava and Tehsildar Rajesh Kumar inspected the Bardaha river, the Raghav waterfall. He told the villagers who lived near the Bardaha River not to go near the Bardaha River. Travel the other way.

falling kutcha house

Chitrakoot. Even Kutcha houses are falling from the rain. Lovelesh Pandey’s Kutcha house collapsed in Ragauli in the Rajapur area. Similarly, Ramesh Ahirwar from Karkhana village in Rajapur city, Rajesh Kol in Bahilpurwa village in Manikpur area, Mohanlal and other houses in Bharatkup area, including Kutcha houses in villages, collapsed.

Many people’s houses have collapsed from the rain

Rajapur. Due to the three days of rain, the rural areas including the city were flooded with water. People are upset because water fills in Kutcha houses. Many houses were demolished. Ramesh Ahirwar, a resident of Karkhana Mohalla town, said that his family lives in a Kutcha house. The house collapsed that night due to heavy rain. The household was ruined. Ward-12’s Sonia Devi said that all of the household’s belongings were destroyed due to the rainwater filling the house. Mithai Lal Sonkar said the walls of many Kutcha houses collapsed due to the lack of a drainage system from the Nagar Panchayat. conversation

Tourists are not advised to go to the banks of the river

Lost. The effects of the rain from the MP region on the mountains were seen on Ramghat Thursday evening. The water level of the Mandakini River has risen and water has seeped into many shops. The water of the river at Ramghat is only two feet below the danger mark. Because of this, there is panic in the area. The county government has ordered tourists not to go to the banks of the river from Mike.

Water leaks from dams

Manikpur. To stop the flow of water in the mountains and forests of the area, the water collected in the rainy season is washed away due to leakage in the Dodamafi Dam, Panhai Dam. Manvendra Singh from Unchadih Village, Rajnarayan from Ranipur Village, etc. say that the Panhai Dam is in poor condition these days. Water also flows from the Bardaha Dam near the village of Chheria. Irrigation Department chief engineer BB Singh said the dams are being repaired. conversation

Mandakini water ended up in the shops of Ramghat

Mandakini water ended up in the shops of Ramghat– Photo: CHITRAKOOT

Mandakini water ended up in the shops of Ramghat

Mandakini water ended up in the shops of Ramghat– Photo: CHITRAKOOT

Photo number 6- The water level of the Mandakini River rose for the third day in a row due to drizzling rain in the district.  conversation

Photo number 6- The water level of the Mandakini River rose for the third day in a row due to drizzling rain in the district. conversation– Photo: CHITRAKOOT

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