Water level started to rise due to rain, administration warning

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Incessant rains in the district have caused the water level of rivers, streams and reservoirs to rise rapidly in recent days. The DM takes this seriously and has given instructions to draw up a list of the villages affected by the floods. So far, a list of 101 villages that have been hit by floods has been drawn up. The heads and lekhpals of these villages were instructed to remain vigilant. It was also asked to arrange vital things there.
The monsoons knocked in the district five days ago. It also rained at times on Friday. Apart from the Son River, which flows through the district due to the rains of the last few days, the water level of other reservoirs such as Belan, Bakhar, Vijul, Renu, Kanhar, Maliya, Ghaghar, Dol River as well as Rihand, Dhandharul Reservoir, Der Nagwa Dam has grown With this in mind, DM Abhishek Singh Sadar SDM Dr. KS Pandey, Ghorawal SDM Jainendra Singh, Obra SDM Prakash Chandra and Duddhi SDM Ramesh Kumar to draw up a list of the villages affected by the flooding. The divers were also asked to keep in touch. So far, the SDMs of all four Tehsils have provided a list of 101 villages affected by the floods.
Set up control room
A control room was opened by the administration to provide information about the problems caused by flooding. Anyone can provide information about the water level of the river Son of 171.00 m and the flooding of the river Belan at the flood control point number 05444-222030 set up in the collection area. Bandhi can also provide information on 05444-222048 of the flood protection room opened in the office of Block II Robertsganj. The control room has been activated since June 15th.
A list of 101 villages affected by the flood has been received in the district. In light of the incessant rainfall, all SDMs have been instructed to remain vigilant of the Lekhpals, village chiefs and Gram Panchayat secretaries of the flood-affected villages so that immediate information can be obtained in the event of a flood situation. Yogendra Bahadur Singh, Additional District Judge, Sonbhadra.

Incessant rains in the district have caused the water level of rivers, streams and reservoirs to rise rapidly in recent days. The DM takes this seriously and has given instructions to draw up a list of the villages affected by the floods. So far, a list of 101 villages that have been hit by floods has been drawn up. The heads and lekhpals of these villages were instructed to remain vigilant. It was also asked to arrange vital things there.

The monsoons only knocked in the district five days ago. It also rained at times on Friday. Apart from the Son River, which flows through the district due to the rains of the last few days, the water level of other reservoirs such as Belan, Bakhar, Vijul, Renu, Kanhar, Maliya, Ghaghar, Dol River as well as Rihand, Dhandharul Reservoir, Der Nagwa Dam has grown With this in mind, DM Abhishek Singh Sadar SDM Dr. KS Pandey, Ghorawal SDM Jainendra Singh, Obra SDM Prakash Chandra and Duddhi SDM Ramesh Kumar to draw up a list of the villages affected by the flooding. The divers were also asked to keep in touch. So far, the SDMs of all four Tehsils have provided a list of 101 villages affected by the floods.

Set up control room

A control room was opened by the administration to provide information about the problems caused by flooding. Anyone can provide information about the water level of the river Son of 171.00 m and the flooding of the river Belan at the flood control point number 05444-222030 set up in the collection area. Bandhi can also provide information on 05444-222048 of the flood protection room opened in the office of Block II Robertsganj. The control room has been activated since June 15th.

A list of 101 villages affected by the flood has been received in the district. In light of the incessant rainfall, all SDMs have been instructed to remain vigilant of the Lekhpals, village chiefs and Gram Panchayat secretaries of the flood-affected villages so that immediate information can be obtained in the event of a flood situation. Yogendra Bahadur Singh, Additional District Judge, Sonbhadra.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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