Og Ganga water level rises – The water in the Ganges rises continuously, away from the danger mark

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Gajraula (Amroha). Ganga is in flood due to the continuous release of water from the Bijnor Dam. In most of the villages in the region, plants were flooded, causing inconvenience to the locals.
On Wednesday morning, 94451 Cusec water was released from the Bijnor barrage into the Ganges, while at four in the evening 87171 Cusec water was released. Which will reach the area late at night. Currently the water level of the Ganges has risen to 200.10 meters. However, it is about two meters from the danger mark. The danger mark of the Ganga water in Tigri is 202 meters. According to the officials of the flood department, it is about two meters below the danger mark. The constantly rising water in the Ganges flooded the fields of villages such as Tigri, Moharka Patti, Osita Jagdevpur, Mohammadabad, Kankather, Dhauria, Bilda etc. On the other hand, the villages on the island of Ganges are surrounded on all sides. The traffic was cut off. Mentha, vegetable crops, maize and fodder crops were destroyed by floods. Sugar cane cultivation is also affected in low-lying areas. The district administration has also become active here because of the flood. Police officers stationed at flood control posts have been alerted. On the other hand, Sharad Malik, the police chief in charge of Gajraula, went to Tigri and asked about the floods. The villagers were asked not to go into deep water.

Gajraula (Amroha). Ganga is in flood due to the continuous release of water from the Bijnor Dam. In most of the villages in the region, plants were flooded, causing inconvenience to the locals.

On Wednesday morning, 94451 Cusec water was released from the Bijnor barrage into the Ganges, while at four in the evening 87171 Cusec water was released. Which will reach the area late at night. Currently the water level of the Ganges has risen to 200.10 meters. However, it is about two meters from the danger mark. The danger mark of the Ganga water in Tigri is 202 meters. According to the officials of the flood department, it is about two meters below the danger mark. The constantly rising water in the Ganges flooded the fields of villages such as Tigri, Moharka Patti, Osita Jagdevpur, Mohammadabad, Kankather, Dhauria, Bilda etc. On the other hand, the villages on the island of Ganges are surrounded on all sides. Traffic was cut off. Mentha, vegetable crops, maize and fodder crops were destroyed by floods. Sugar cane cultivation is also affected in low-lying areas. Here, too, the district administration has become active because of the flood. Police officers stationed at flood control posts have been alerted. On the other hand, Sharad Malik, the police chief in charge of Gajraula, went to Tigri and asked about the floods. The villagers were asked not to go into deep water.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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