The water level began to rise and the accountants were alerted

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It has rained intermittently in the Sonbhadra district in the past few days. Because of this, the water level of many rivers has risen. In the district, the accountants of 101 villages affected by the floods have been alerted. Lekhpals have been instructed to report the damage caused by flooding within 24 hours.
A hotline number was also given to the victims. Currently, no village has been flooded, but due to rain, the water levels of the major rivers of the district such as Belan, Son, Karmanasha, Kanhar, Bijul, Renu, Louva, etc. have risen. When it rains heavily, the water levels of the rivers rise. Due to the flood of rivers, 27 villages in Rabatsganj, 50 in Ghorawal and 24 villages in Duddhi tehsil are affected.
Kusumha, Diwan, Dharsada, Marsada, Khardeur, Kharuan, Mazhigwan Chauhan, Mukha, Mercury, Hinduari, Budhar, Bichhi, Mamua, Sonnadi to Chopan, Kota, Kanach and the river Bakhar to Pedh, Dhurkari, Naugarhwa etc. are in the grip of the River Belan, villages are affected. There is a warning from the administration regarding these villages. Lekhpals have been ordered to remain in their area so that officials can get timely information in the event of a flood. Additional District Judge Yogendra Bahadur Singh said that the water levels of the river and reservoirs have been rising for several days due to the rains. Against this background, the Lekhpals of the villages affected by the floods were alerted.

It has rained intermittently in the Sonbhadra district in the past few days. Because of this, the water level of many rivers has risen. In the district, the accountants of 101 villages affected by the floods have been alerted. Lekhpals have been instructed to report the damage caused by flooding within 24 hours.

A hotline number was also given to the victims. Currently, no village has been flooded, but due to rain, the water levels of the major rivers of the district such as Belan, Son, Karmanasha, Kanhar, Bijul, Renu, Louva, etc. have risen. When it rains heavily, the water levels of the rivers rise. Due to the flood of rivers, 27 villages in Rabatsganj, 50 in Ghorawal and 24 villages in Duddhi tehsil are affected.

Kusumha, Diwan, Dharsada, Marsada, Khardeur, Kharuan, Mazhigwan Chauhan, Mukha, Mercury, Hinduari, Budhar, Bichhi, Mamua, Sonnadi to Chopan, Kota, Kanach and the river Bakhar to Pedh, Dhurkari, Naugarhwa etc. are in the grip of the River Belan, villages are affected. There is a warning from the administration regarding these villages. Lekhpals have been ordered to remain in their area so that officials can get timely information in the event of a flood. Additional District Judge Yogendra Bahadur Singh said that the water levels of the river and reservoirs have been rising for several days due to the rains. Against this background, the Lekhpals of the villages affected by the floods were alerted.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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