Yamuna Flood Havoc In 27 Villages – Yamuna Flood Havoc In 27 Villages

Yamuna river desperate to touch the bridge in Pukhrayan of Kanpur countryside. Dialogue – Photo : PUKHRAYAN

Pukhrayan / Musanagar. The ever-increasing water level of the Yamuna river is now showing its rough form. On Friday, the river reached four and a half meters above the danger mark. Due to this, 27 villages have come under the grip of floods. About 40,000 population is affected by the floods. The only way to get out of the villages is by boat. Around 170 houses in the area have been flooded. Most of these people have not been able to remove the goods from the houses. On the other hand, some cattle were seen flowing in the flood water near Dilauliya Bangar village. The administrative team has started taking people to the shelter places. The water level of Yamuna river and Sengur river is increasing continuously. As the water level of Yamuna rose by 4.5 meters above the danger mark, the water reached 112.5 meters. 17 houses of Tyoga in Bhognipur area, 12 houses of Kyotra including Dibair’s Madaiya and Rampura villages were closed due to waterlogging. Daulatpur Ghat is completely submerged. The water is moving towards the highway. At the same time, water has started filling in the shelter built in the council school located in Dilauliya Bangar village. People have camped on the roofs. In Tyoga village, a tent has been built on the mound of the forest. Dilauliya is harvesting the water of Yamuna towards the railway bridge in Bangar village. The ever-rising water level in the Doab area of ​​Yamuna and Sengur rivers in Musanagar area is wreaking havoc in the villages. People have camped in high places, school including acquaintances. Lunch packets are being delivered here by the administration. Parshuram, Kailash, Veeran, Puttan, Ramlal etc. of Adhan told that there is water inside the village. People have kept their belongings in the roof. The power supply is stalled due to the power pole being submerged. There is a shortage of fodder for the cattle. Crops have also sunk. SDM Deepali Bhargava said that lunch packets are being distributed to the flood victims. Regional accountants are keeping an eye on the floods. The flood waters filled these villages. Aadhan, Pathar, Padava, Chaparghata, Chaturipurwa, Rasulpur, Bhunda, Bharatauli, Kumhapur, Musariya, Nagina Bangar, Nayapurwa, Kattapurwa, Bamhrauli Ghat, Ahrauli Ghat, Simaria, Hanspur, Maudan, Umaria of Jagdishpur due to rise in water level of Yamuna and Sengur river , Kyotra Bangar, Tyoga, Kyotra, Daulatpur, Dilaulia Bangar, Divair ki Madaiya, Halia, Chaprehta villages were inundated with flood water. At the same time, the Mughal era old bridge built in Adhan Pathar, Musariya, Nagina Bangar, Nayapurwa, Kyotra Bangar, Chaparghata, Divair ki Madaiya, Manki Ghat culvert have also been submerged in water. Due to this the movement of people is stopped. (Dialogue) Five boats were raised Musanagar. SDM Deepali Bhargava said that the high places of the village, including Mahatma Gandhi Inter College, Pre-Secondary School Kyotra Bangar, Pre-Secondary School Musariya in Musanagar have been marked as temporary shelters. A total of 15 boats are operating in the area. 15 families of Kyotra Bangar have been stopped at Mahatma Gandhi Inter College. Lekhpal Awadhesh Kumar told that 40 in Musaria, 15 in Nayapurwa, 20 in Kyotra, 15 in Pathar, 20 in Adhan, two houses in Chaparghata are in the grip of flood. Survey is being done continuously. (Dialogue) The representative of the Union Minister of State and the MLA distributed lunch packets. Apart from the personal secretary of the Union Minister of State for Rural Development, the MLA distributed lunch packets in different villages. The MP representative reached the shelter site of Tyoga village and inquired with the villagers. He promised to help him in any way possible. Rajendra Nishad, the personal secretary of Union Minister of State for Rural Development Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti, reached Kyotra Bangar, Nayapurwa, Adhan, Pathar villages by boat and distributed 250 lunch packets to the flood victims. At the same time, he called upon everyone to help in the hour of crisis. He said that on Saturday, the Union Minister of State would personally visit the flood affected areas by boat. On the other hand, MLA Vinod Katiyar reached Diloulia Bangar village by boat and distributed lunch packets and assured all possible help. Shyam Singh Sisodia, representative of Garoutha Jalaun MP, Union Minister of State for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Bhanupratap Verma, reached Tyoga village by boat and took care of the victims. He said that initiative would be taken to provide houses to those whose houses have been damaged. All possible help will be given. (conversation)

Pukhrayan / Musanagar. The ever-increasing water level of the Yamuna river is now showing its rough form. On Friday, the river reached four and a half meters above the danger mark. Due to this, 27 villages have come under the grip of floods. About 40,000 population is affected by the floods. The only way to get out of the villages is by boat. Around 170 houses in the area have been flooded. Most of these people have not been able to remove the goods from the houses. On the other hand, some cattle were seen flowing in the flood water near Dilauliya Bangar village. The administrative team has started taking people to the shelter places. The water level of Yamuna river and Sengur river is increasing continuously. As the water level of Yamuna rose by 4.5 meters above the danger mark, the water reached 112.5 meters. 17 houses of Tyoga in Bhognipur area, 12 houses of Kyotra including Dibair’s Madaiya and Rampura villages were closed due to waterlogging. Daulatpur Ghat is completely submerged. The water is moving towards the highway. At the same time, water has started filling in the shelter built in the council school located in Dilauliya Bangar village. People have camped on the roofs. In Tyoga village, a tent has been built on the mound of the forest. Dilauliya is harvesting the water of Yamuna towards the railway bridge in Bangar village. The ever-rising water level in the Doab area of ​​Yamuna and Sengur river in Musanagar area is wreaking havoc in the villages. People have camped in high places, school including acquaintances. Lunch packets are being delivered here by the administration. Parshuram, Kailash, Veeran, Puttan, Ramlal etc. of Adhan told that there is water inside the village. People have kept their belongings in the roof. The power supply has come to a standstill due to the power pole being submerged. There is a shortage of fodder for the cattle. Crops have also sunk. SDM Deepali Bhargava said that lunch packets are being distributed to the flood victims. Regional accountants are keeping an eye on the floods. The flood waters filled these villages. Aadhan, Pathar, Padava, Chaparghata, Chaturipurwa, Rasulpur, Bhunda, Bharatauli, Kumhapur, Musariya, Nagina Bangar, Nayapurwa, Kattapurwa, Bamhrauli Ghat, Ahrauli Ghat, Simaria, Hanspur, Maudan, Umaria of Jagdishpur due to rise in water level of Yamuna and Sengur river , Kyotra Bangar, Tyoga, Kyotra, Daulatpur, Dilaulia Bangar, Divair ki Madaiya, Halia, Chaprehta villages were inundated with flood water. At the same time, the Mughal era old bridge built in Adhan Pathar, Musariya, Nagina Bangar, Nayapurwa, Kyotra Bangar, Chaparghata, Divair ki Madaiya, Manki Ghat culvert have also been submerged in water. Due to this the movement of people is stopped. (Dialogue) Five boats were raised to Musanagar. SDM Deepali Bhargava said that the high places of the village, including Mahatma Gandhi Inter College, Pre-Secondary School Kyotra Bangar, Pre-Secondary School Musariya in Musanagar have been marked as temporary shelters. A total of 15 boats are operating in the area. 15 families of Kyotra Bangar have been stopped at Mahatma Gandhi Inter College. Lekhpal Awadhesh Kumar told that 40 in Musaria, 15 in Nayapurwa, 20 in Kyotra, 15 in Pathar, 20 in Adhan, two houses in Chaparghata are in the grip of flood. Survey is being done continuously. (Dialogue) The representative and MLA of the Union Minister of State distributed lunch packets. Apart from the personal secretary of the Union Minister of State for Rural Development, the MLA distributed lunch packets in different villages. The MP representative reached the shelter site of Tyoga village and inquired with the villagers. He promised to help him in any way possible. Rajendra Nishad, the personal secretary of Union Minister of State for Rural Development Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti, reached Kyotra Bangar, Nayapurwa, Adhan, Pathar villages by boat and distributed 250 lunch packets to the flood victims. At the same time, he called upon everyone to help in the hour of crisis. He said that on Saturday, the Union Minister of State would personally visit the flood affected areas by boat. On the other hand, MLA Vinod Katiyar reached Dilauliya Bangar village by boat and distributed lunch packets and assured all possible help. Shyam Singh Sisodia, representative of Garoutha Jalaun MP, Union Minister of State for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Bhanupratap Verma, reached Tyoga village by boat and took care of the victims. Said that those whose houses have been damaged, initiative would be taken to provide them houses. All possible help will be given. (conversation) .

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