Village, rain, sdm, mp, dm – The river continues to rise, the administration has evacuated the low-lying areas

People sitting on the roof of the primary school submerged in billow – Photo : ORAI

Ori. The rivers of the district are in spate due to heavy rains in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. Where Yamuna has crossed the danger mark. So there Betwa is also on the rise. Due to the filling of water in the river, the connectivity of the villages of the river belt with the headquarters has been broken. At the same time, flood water has entered many villages. Due to which the administration has completely evacuated the low-lying areas. On the other hand, District Magistrate Priyanka Niranjan has instructed all the sub-divisional magistrates and accountants to keep a close watch on the flood situation. At the same time, the officials of Health and Animal Husbandry Department have also been instructed to be on alert. At the same time, the administration has evacuated people from the flood-affected areas and shifted them to safer places. As of now, there is no report of any loss of life due to flood in the district. But farmers have suffered huge losses due to submergence of hundreds of acres of crops. —- Yamunakai village, flowing 3 meters above the danger mark, is in the grip of flood, boat traffic is going onSamvad News Agency. Kalpi. The water level of Yamuna is increasing rapidly. Due to this, dozens of villages situated on the banks of the river have come under the grip of floods. On Thursday, Yamuna was flowing 108 meters to 3 meters above the danger mark. However, the district administration is constantly alert and active. The employees of all the flood relief posts are continuously engaged in relief work. Due to incessant rains, the water level of Yamuna started rising rapidly from Monday due to release of water in Chambal river, which reached 105 meters on Tuesday, 108.30 cm on Wednesday, crossing the danger mark. On Thursday, the water level recorded its highest this year’s water level was 111 meters. Central Water Commission in-charge Rupesh Kumar said that at present the water level of Yamuna is rising at the speed of 8 to 10 cm per hour. Now the water is expected to increase further. He said that boats have been arranged for the help and movement of the villagers. Instructions have also been issued that heavy load should not be loaded in the flood. Apart from this, regional swimmers have also been deployed on the spot. In view of the increasing water in Yamuna, the district administration has become fully alert. Every effort is being made to deal with the situation. Due to the rise in the water level of Yamuna river, the problems of the villagers of Yamuna belt have increased. The Jondhar Rapta got submerged and the river water entered the Kalpi-Mangraul road and most of the surrounding villages. The connectivity of many villages has been lost.—– The water of Yamuna river has come in the villages of Mangraul, Mainupur, Kiratpur, Devkali, Hirapur, Gudhapurwa, Kutra, Narhan etc. . The administration has completely evacuated the low-lying areas. At the same time, boats have been deployed to help villagers. On the other hand, the city seems to be excited for the people of the area. The situation is that at this time the bridge of Yamuna river has become a selfie point. Residents of the city and surrounding areas, especially youth, are coming to the old Yamuna bridge to see the floods. And is seen taking selfies, which is a very dangerous nose. Deputy Collector Kaushal Kumar warned that no person should do this. They should not cross the bridge by loading overloaded passengers. Action will be taken if caught.———— Traffic closed on these routes, Pachpinda Devi road of the city also closed, Kalpi Guloli road closed, Kalpi Magraul road closed,——- —-Photo – People of Ikauna village going by boat. Dialogue: Due to the rise in water level, the contact of two villages was broken – Crop worth six hundred bighas wasted, boats running on the roads Samvad News Agency, Kadaura. Seeing the fierce form of Yamuna, there is a strange panic among the villagers. Due to the continuous increase in water level, the contact of village Ikauna and Nidhan Ka Dera of the block area has been lost from the block headquarters. Now people have only boat support to go to these villages. Ikauna’s farmers Ram Vilas, Mahabir, Rajesh, Syamsundar, Jagdish, Baburam, Ramprakash, Rammohan, Veer Singh, Chiddu, Veerpal, Chandrashekhar, Raja Ram, resident of Nidhan’s Dera, and Jagdish, Lalaram, Surjan Parmanand Lal, etc. told that Sesame, moong, urd, sorghum, millet etc. have been submerged in the crop of six hundred bighas. Villagers told that such floods came in 1980. When the entire area was submerged, till now no help has come from the administration. SDM Kaushal Kumar said that the team is being continuously monitored in the affected areas. Due to the rise in the water level of Yamuna, water entered the villageSirsa Kalar. Due to the rise in the water level of Yamuna in Khadgoi Diwara village of Maheva block, the flood water has entered the houses in the village. Due to this the villagers are migrating with the goods. Let us tell that due to the release of water at night, there was a flood in the Yamuna. Nestled on the banks of the Yamuna, the houses of many people in Khadgoi Diwara, are surrounded by water. The people of the village are compelled to take goods from their homes and go to other places. Your animals have relaxed. Former village head Shalim Khan says that people are afraid of the night, that if there is too much water, it will be difficult. Lekhpal Sonu says that people are being helped to send the family surrounded by water to another place. Seeing the fierce form of Yamuna, the heartbeat of the people is getting faster. For the last 3 days, the water level of Yamuna has been increasing rapidly. Nainapur has completely lost contact with Bhadekh (the same is the case with Tikri and Lohai villages. Traffic has been completely stopped in another village. People are migrating to safer places. People are awake all night long They are trying to find shelter in safe places. Kharif crops have been destroyed due to floods. It is feared that infectious diseases will also increase after the water recedes. The secretaries have been instructed to camp.(Dialogue)

Ori. The rivers of the district are in spate due to heavy rains in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. Where Yamuna has crossed the danger mark. So there Betwa is also on the rise. Due to the filling of water in the river, the connectivity of the villages of the river belt with the headquarters has been cut off. At the same time, flood water has entered many villages. Due to which the administration has completely evacuated the low-lying areas. On the other hand, District Magistrate Priyanka Niranjan has instructed all the sub-district magistrates and accountants to keep a close watch on the flood situation. At the same time, the officials of Health and Animal Husbandry Department have also been instructed to be on alert. At the same time, the administration has evacuated people from the flood-affected areas and shifted them to safer places. As of now, there is no report of any loss of life due to flood in the district. But farmers have suffered huge losses due to submergence of hundreds of acres of crops. —- Yamuna flowing 3 meters above the danger mark, many villages in the grip of flood, boat traffic is going on. Kalpi. The water level of Yamuna is increasing rapidly. Due to this, dozens of villages situated on the banks of the river have come under the grip of floods. On Thursday, Yamuna was flowing 108 meters to 3 meters above the danger mark. However, the district administration is constantly alert and active. The employees of all the flood relief posts are continuously engaged in relief work. Due to incessant rains, the water level of Yamuna started rising rapidly from Monday due to release of water in Chambal river, which reached 105 meters on Tuesday, 108.30 cm on Wednesday, crossing the danger mark. On Thursday, the water level recorded its highest this year’s water level was 111 meters. Central Water Commission in-charge Rupesh Kumar said that at present the water level of Yamuna is increasing at the speed of 8 to 10 cm per hour. Now the water is expected to increase further. He said that boats have been arranged for the help and movement of the villagers. Instructions have also been issued that heavy load should not be loaded in the flood. Apart from this, regional swimmers have also been deployed on the spot. In view of the increasing water in Yamuna, the district administration has become fully alert. Every effort is being made to deal with the situation. Due to the rise in the water level of Yamuna river, the problems of the villagers of Yamuna belt have increased. The Jondhar Rapta got submerged and the river water entered the Kalpi-Mangraul road and most of the surrounding villages. Many villages have lost contact. ——– Water filled in these villages The water of Yamuna river has come in villages like Mangraul, Mainupur, Kiratpur, Devkali, Hirapur, Gudhapurwa, Kutra, Narhan etc. of the river belt. The administration has completely evacuated the low-lying areas. Boats have been deployed to help the villagers. —- Bridge built Selfie Point One of the villages of the river belt has been raged due to the floods in Oryamuna. On the other hand, the city seems to be excited for the people of the area. The situation is that at this time the bridge of Yamuna river has become a selfie point. Residents of the city and surrounding areas, especially youth, are coming to the old Yamuna bridge to see the floods. And is seen taking selfies, which is a very dangerous nose. Deputy Collector Kaushal Kumar warned that no person should do this. They should not cross the bridge by loading overloaded passengers. Action will be taken if caught. ———— Traffic closed on these routes, Pachpinda Devi road of the city also closed, Kalpi Guloli road closed, Kalpi Magraul road closed,———— photo-boat The people of Ikauna village leaving. Dialogue: Due to the rise in water level, the contact of two villages was broken – Crop of six hundred bighas wasted, boats running on the roads Samvad News Agency Kadaura. Seeing the fierce form of Yamuna, there is a strange panic among the villagers. Due to the continuous increase in water level, the contact of village Ikauna and Nidhan Ka Dera of the block area has been lost from the block headquarters. Now people have only boat support to go to these villages. Farmers of Ikauna Ram Vilas, Mahabir, Rajesh, Syamsundar, Jagdish, Baburam, Ramprakash, Rammohan, Veer Singh, Chiddu, Veerpal, Chandrashekhar, Raja Ram, resident of Nidhan’s Dera, and Jagdish, Lalaram, Surjan Parmanand Lal etc. told that Sesame, moong, urd, sorghum, millet etc. have been submerged in the crop of six hundred bighas. Villagers told that such floods came in 1980. When the entire area was submerged, till now no help has come from the administration. SDM Kaushal Kumar said that the team is being continuously monitored in the affected areas. Due to the rise in the water level of Yamuna, the water entered the village Sirsa Kalar. Due to the rise in the water level of Yamuna in Khadgoi Diwara village of Maheva block, the flood water has entered the houses in the village. Due to this the villagers are migrating with the goods. Let us tell you that due to release of water at night, there was a flood in Yamuna. Nestled on the banks of the Yamuna, the houses of many people in the Khadgoi Diwara, are surrounded by water. The people of the village are compelled to take goods from their homes and go to another place. Your animals have relaxed. Former village head Shalim Khan says that people are afraid of the night, that if there is too much water, it will be difficult. Lekhpal Sonu says that people are being helped in sending the family surrounded by water to another place. ——————- After the flood, the risk of diseases also increased. Seeing the fierce form of Yamuna, the heartbeat of the people is getting faster. For the last 3 days, the water level of Yamuna has been increasing rapidly. Nainapur has completely lost contact with Bhadekh (the same is the case with Tikri and Lohai villages. Traffic has been completely stopped in another village. People are migrating to safer places. People are awake throughout the night They are trying to find shelter in safe places. Kharif crops have been destroyed by the floods. It is feared that infectious diseases will also increase after the water recedes. The secretaries have been instructed to camp. (Dialogue) .

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