Many baraats stopped outside the village when it was booming

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Khohi / Manikpur (Chitrakoot). The water level of rivers and streams rises as a result of incessant rainfall. Nearby shopkeepers and residential residents have been warned as the Mandakini River rises. Due to the boom in the Bardaha River in the Manikpur area, half a dozen villages were cut off from headquarters overnight. Even many Baraats were unable to reach the village in time.
The water level of the Mandakini River in and around Ramghat rose on Friday morning. Many shopkeepers started packing their shop’s materials. Tehsildar Sanjay Agrahari and the responsible outpost of Sitapur, Ramveer Singh, have asked everyone to be careful. A police team was deployed for vigilance. Because of heavy rains in Manikpur and the surrounding forest, half a dozen villages were cut off from Tehsil headquarters late Thursday evening due to the boom in the Bardaha River. On Thursday there was a procession in many villages due to strong associations, which had to be broken off due to rain and waterlogging outside the village. After waiting overnight, many processions reached their destination on Friday. Tehsildar Rajesh Kumar Yadav has alerted the Lekhpals to the situation.
Danger in these villages
The villages of Gidurha, Chamrauha, Payasi Purwa, Kubri, Mau Gurdari, Karauha, Kalyanpur, Jarau Mafi etc. are affected by the Bardaha River in the Manikpur Tehsil area. In the same Manikpur Nihi Charaiya street, traffic remained blocked due to the rapid water flow over the ramp.Due to the strong water flow over the bridge overnight, the wedding ceremony in Ranipur, Nihi Charaiya, Kubari, Kalyanpur took place on Friday. Vehicle movement is hampered by waterlogging near the Ainchwara Ohan intersection in Manikpur.
Rain damaged house
Manikpur. The house of Vidya Kol’s wife Lavkush, resident of Kekramar Majra of Gram Panchayat Churehkesharua, collapsed in this rain. On Thursday night three walls of the house collapsed due to torrential rain, which also buried the household. There were no injuries, but all survived. Now the family members of this house must live in the open air.

Khohi / Manikpur (Chitrakoot). The water level of rivers and streams rises as a result of incessant rainfall. Nearby shopkeepers and residential residents have been warned as the Mandakini River rises. Overnight, due to the boom in the Bardaha River in the Manikpur area, half a dozen villages were cut off from headquarters. Even many Baraats could not reach the village in time.

The water level of the Mandakini River in and around Ramghat rose on Friday morning. Many shopkeepers started packing their shop’s materials. Tehsildar Sanjay Agrahari and the responsible outpost of Sitapur, Ramveer Singh, have asked everyone to be careful. A police team was deployed for vigilance. Because of heavy rains in Manikpur and the surrounding forest, half a dozen villages were cut off from Tehsil headquarters late Thursday evening due to the boom in the Bardaha River. On Thursday there was a procession in many villages due to strong associations, which had to be broken off due to rain and waterlogging outside the village. After waiting overnight, many processions reached their destination on Friday. Tehsildar Rajesh Kumar Yadav has alerted the Lekhpals about the situation.

Danger in these villages

The villages of Gidurha, Chamrauha, Payasi Purwa, Kubri, Mau Gurdari, Karauha, Kalyanpur, Jarau Mafi etc. are affected by the Bardaha River in the Manikpur Tehsil area. In the same Manikpur Nihi Charaiya street, traffic remained blocked due to the rapid water flow over the ramp.Due to the strong water flow over the bridge overnight, the wedding ceremony in Ranipur, Nihi Charaiya, Kubari, Kalyanpur took place on Friday. Vehicle movement is hampered by waterlogging near the Ainchwara Ohan intersection in Manikpur.

Rain damaged house

Manikpur. The house of Vidya Kol’s wife Lavkush, resident of Kekramar Majra of Gram Panchayat Churehkesharua, collapsed in this rain. On Thursday night three walls of the house collapsed due to torrential rain, which also buried the household. There were no injuries, but all survived. Now the family members of this house must live in the open air.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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