Water Of Yamuna And Payaswani Decreased, Problem Persists

Water of Yamuna and Payaswani decreased, problem persists – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mau/Rajapur (Chitrakoot). The waters of Yamuna and Payaswani rivers have started receding. But the problem of water logging still persists in Mau and Rajapur areas. Dozens of roads are submerged in water. Traffic is still blocked. On Wednesday, the residents of Mau area, Mavai Kala, Rajapur area’s Sardhua, Arki, Bilas, Chandi, Tiradhumai, Gangu, Dhauraha, Naini, Gurgaula, Biharwa, Bakta, Dewari, Surwal, Hasta, Bhadedu, etc. People heaved a sigh of relief. Due to waterlogging in Rajapur Kamasin road of Rajapur area, people kept coming only with the help of boat. In the Mau area also, the movement of vehicles is closed due to water-logging on the Mau-Madour road. Villagers come only with the help of boat. Residents of many villages of the Mau area have camped under the open sky in the settlement adjacent to the river bank as far as the flood is there. Many of these villagers said that everyone is preparing and eating food from their leftover ration material, no food has been arranged by the administration. In this regard, Mau SDM Navdeep Shukla said that where the information is received, the work of providing food and other relief as per the need is going on. There is a possibility of spreading the disease. Mau/Rajapur. After the flood waters receded, the villagers expressed the possibility of spreading the disease due to the mud and dirt in the villages and roads. There is mud and water logging near the roads and villages of Sardhua, Arki, Bilas etc. of Rajapur area. The same condition is the mud and dirt on the way to Mau including Mawai Kala village of Mau area. Residents here Suresh, Manoj Lalit etc. say that if cleaning is not done in time, then the disease can spread. (conversation) Water of Yamuna and Payaswani decreased, problem persists – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mau/Rajapur (Chitrakoot). The waters of Yamuna and Payaswani rivers have started receding. But the problem of water logging still persists in Mau and Rajapur areas. Dozens of roads are submerged in water. Traffic is still blocked. On Wednesday, the residents of Mau area, Mavai Kala, Rajapur area’s Sardhua, Arki, Bilas, Chandi, Tiradhumai, Gangu, Dhauraha, Naini, Gurgaula, Biharwa, Bakta, Dewari, Surwal, Hasta, Bhadedu, etc. People heaved a sigh of relief. Due to waterlogging in Rajapur Kamasin road of Rajapur area, people kept coming only with the help of boat. In the Mau area also, the movement of vehicles is closed due to water-logging on the Mau-Madour road. Villagers come only with the help of boat. Residents of many villages of the Mau region have camped under the open sky in the settlement adjacent to the river bank as far as the flood is there. Many of these villagers said that everyone is preparing and eating food from their leftover ration material, no food has been arranged by the administration. In this regard, Mau SDM Navdeep Shukla said that where information is received, the work of providing food and other relief as per the need is going on. There is a possibility of spreading the disease. Mau/Rajapur. After the flood waters receded, the villagers expressed the possibility of spreading the disease due to the mud and dirt in the villages and roads. There is mud and water logging near the roads and villages of Sardhua, Arki, Bilas etc. of Rajapur area. The same condition is the mud and dirt on the way to Mau including Mawai Kala village of Mau area. Residents here Suresh, Manoj Lalit etc. say that if cleaning is not done in time, then the disease can spread. (conversation) Water of Yamuna and Payaswani decreased, problem persists – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

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