The water level of Mandakini and Bardaha increased due to heavy rain

The water level of Mandakini and Bardaha has risen due to heavy rain
– Photo: CHITRAKOOT

Chitrakoot / Manikpur / Khohi. Due to torrential rains in the district, the water levels of the Mandakini and Bardaha Rivers of Manikpur have risen. The sewers in rural areas are also overrun. The gates of Bakia Barrage of Satna have been opened. This will cause the water level of Mandakini to continue to rise.
By late Wednesday evening, more than half of the stairs of the Ramghat, Pramodvan and Jankikund ghats were under water. Satna District Judge Ajay Katesaria and Chitrakoot DM Shubhrant Kumar Shukla have instructed officers to alert people living on the banks of the river. So that he can go to a safe place in time. Many Kutcha houses in rural areas also collapsed from the rain. It rained for over 18 hours during the night. Because of this, the fields were filled with water. Due to the rain, motorists had waterlogging problems in many places in Mau, Raipura, including the bridge near the village of Khoh on the Jhansi-Mirzapur national road. It becomes difficult to get out of the houses due to waterlogging in the villages including the main roads of the rural areas of Manikpur, Rajapur, Mau, Bharatkup and other places.
Peasants face
Chitrakoot. The peasants’ faces have blossomed from good rains at the beginning of the month of Sawan. Farmers Rajnaraya Garg, Mohan Lal, Shailendra Singh etc. say the kharif harvest will benefit for two days due to the good rainfall in the district. In which the maximum rice harvest will be.

The water level of Mandakini and Bardaha has risen due to heavy rain– Photo: CHITRAKOOT

Chitrakoot / Manikpur / Khohi. Due to torrential rains in the district, the water levels of the Mandakini and Bardaha Rivers of Manikpur have risen. The sewer system in rural areas is also overrun. The gates of Bakia Barrage of Satna have been opened. This will cause the water level of Mandakini to rise further.

By late Wednesday evening, more than half of the stairs of the Ramghat, Pramodvan and Jankikund ghats were under water. Satna District Judge Ajay Katesaria and Chitrakoot DM Shubhrant Kumar Shukla have instructed officials to alert people living on the banks of the river. So that he can go to a safe place in time. Many Kutcha houses in rural areas also collapsed from the rain. It rained for more than 18 hours during the night. Because of this, the fields were filled with water. Due to rain, motorists had to face waterlogging problems in many places in Mau, Raipura, including the bridge near the village of Khoh on the Jhansi-Mirzapur national road. It becomes difficult to get out of the houses due to waterlogging in the villages including the main roads of the rural areas of Manikpur, Rajapur, Mau, Bharatkup and other places.

Peasants face

Chitrakoot. The peasants’ faces bloomed at the beginning of the month of Sawan due to the good rains. Farmers Rajnaraya Garg, Mohan Lal, Shailendra Singh etc. say the kharif harvest will benefit for two days due to the good rainfall in the district. In which the maximum rice harvest will be.

The water level of Mandakini and Bardaha has risen due to heavy rain

The water level of Mandakini and Bardaha has risen due to heavy rain– Photo: CHITRAKOOT

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