Rivers in spate in UP, Army deployed: Ganga-Yamuna water entered the urban areas of Prayagraj, submerged more than 100 villages in Bundelkhand; People forced to leave their homes in Purvanchal

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The situation in Uttar Pradesh is becoming difficult due to floods. The water level of Yamuna and Ganga has increased in Prayagraj. Due to this, more than 30 localities have been flooded. Here the power supply has stopped. The situation in Purvanchal is also getting dire. People have been forced to migrate here.

The Chambal river has started wreaking havoc in Agra, Bundelkhand. More than 100 villages are affected in Jalaun. In Etawah, Kanpur Dehat, Ghazipur, Chandauli, Banda and Ballia floods have started destroying villages in villages. Look at the pictures of the flood…

20 localities of urban area affected in Prayagraj

Ganga is just 11 cm and 33 cm from the danger mark.  Yamuna is far away, three and a half cm.  Both the rivers are increasing at an hourly rate.  About 30 localities of the urban area have been affected by the floods in Prayagraj, where localities like Chhota Baghada have been completely submerged, apart from this, Ganga and Yamuna of localities like Daryabad, Salori, Rajapur, Ashoknagar Bailey, Nevada, Mayorabad, Shivkuti Part of the houses have been flooded.

Ganga is just 11 cm and 33 cm from the danger mark. Yamuna is far away, three and a half cm. Both the rivers are increasing at an hourly rate. About 30 localities of the urban area have been affected by the floods in Prayagraj, where localities like Chhota Baghada have been completely submerged, apart from this, Ganga and Yamuna of localities like Daryabad, Salori, Rajapur, Ashoknagar Bailey, Nevada, Mayorabad, Shivkuti Part of the houses have been flooded.

Water level of Chambal river rises in Agra

The water level of Chambal river has increased in Agra.  On Sunday, a monk started drowning, who was rescued by rescue.

The water level of Chambal river has increased in Agra. On Sunday, a monk started drowning, who was rescued by rescue.

Army deployed in Jalaun

Yamuna has started wreaking havoc in the villages situated on the banks of the river. When the crops were destroyed, the villages of the village have started getting destroyed. More than 100 villages are affected in Jalaun. The situation has come that the army has to take the front. Army personnel are transporting relief material to the villagers by 2 helicopters. On Sunday, the army sent two helicopters with 12 soldiers to Orai of Jalaun. Army personnel are helping people affected by more than 5000 relief packets. Many villages of Rampura block have been battling the ravages of floods for the last five days. Most of the villagers have migrated from the village itself with essential items of household. As many people are in villages, there is no one to see their problems. The water level of Yamuna is rising rapidly due to the water released into the Sindh river from Kota barrage in Chambal and Shivpuri’s Sagar dam in Rajasthan, due to which more than 100 villages of Jalaun have been flooded.

The water of the village has reached the homes of the people, due to which people are kept locked in their homes.

The water of the village has reached the homes of the people, due to which people are kept locked in their homes.

Police-administrative officers reached the flood-affected areas to take stock of the villages.

Police-administrative officers reached the flood-affected areas to take stock of the villages.

20 villages of these areas are most affected

  • Madhaugarh
  • Rampura Kuthound
  • Maheva
  • Kalpi
  • Kadaura

Minister in-charge of the district Neelima Katiyar said that the government is trying to provide ration material to all the people, due to which no person can go hungry. The government is coming forward to help all the people.

The water level of Yamuna has risen sharply after water was released into the Sindh river.  Due to which the villages have been flooded.

The water level of Yamuna has risen sharply after water was released into the Sindh river. Due to which the villages have been flooded.

District Magistrate Priyanka Niranjan has said that flour, pulses, rice, potatoes, oil, spices and other essential items are being given in relief material, so that the villagers do not face any kind of problem. In the first phase, 5000 packets have been made, along with lunch packets have been arranged, which will be distributed to the villagers.

Water has reached the homes of the people in the villages.  Due to which he is forced to flee.

Water has reached the homes of the people in the villages. Due to which he is forced to flee.

In the midst of these problems are the villagers

  • Villagers are trapped in homes.
  • Hand pumps and toilets are all submerged in water.
  • There are many problems in access to drinking water and toilets.
  • There is also a fear of snakes and poisonous insects coming out of the flood waters inside the houses.
  • Sick elderly and women are unable to get medicines

The migration started due to the rise in the water level of Ganga in Chandauli

The water level of Ganga is increasing rapidly in Chandauli in the last 4 days.  The people of Kali, Kurhna, Sahajaur, Kunda Kala, Kunda Khurd, Kawar, Bhupauli, Derwa Kala, Mahdaura, Rauna villages on the banks of the Ganges are very worried about the rising water level of the Ganges.  If this speed continues, then in the next 24 to 48 hours, Ganga will enter the village and destruction will start.  The rising water level in the Ganges has had the biggest impact on the people of the Mallah caste and vegetable growers in the coastal areas.

The water level of Ganga is increasing rapidly in Chandauli in the last 4 days. The people of Kali, Kurhna, Sahajaur, Kunda Kala, Kunda Khurd, Kawar, Bhupauli, Derwa Kala, Mahdaura, Rauna villages on the banks of the Ganges are very worried about the rising water level of the Ganges. If this speed continues, then in the next 24 to 48 hours, Ganga will enter the village and destruction will start. The rising water level in the Ganges has had the biggest impact on the people of the Mallah caste and vegetable growers in the coastal areas.

Yamuna booming in Kanpur countryside

Yamuna river is flowing 5 meters above the danger mark in Kanpur countryside.  Adhan, 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, Dilauliya Bangar, Divair ki Madaiya, Halia, Chaprehta villages were inundated with flood water.

Yamuna river is flowing 5 meters above the danger mark in Kanpur countryside. 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.

Yamuna river floods in Etawah

Yamuna water has entered the Kali Vahan temple, the famous historical Siddha Peeth temple adjacent to the city.  The water level of Yamuna river is 120.92 meters, which is now 1 meter below the danger mark, today the water level of Yamuna has decreased.  Earlier, the raging form of Yamuna was seen up to 123 meters.

Yamuna water has entered the Kali Vahan temple, the famous historical Siddha Peeth temple adjacent to the city. The water level of Yamuna river is 120.92 meters, which is now 1 meter below the danger mark, today the water level of Yamuna has decreased. Earlier, the raging form of Yamuna was seen up to 123 meters.

Ganga in spate in Ghazipur

The water level of Ganga is continuously increasing at the rate of 3 cm per hour.  The danger mark is at 63.105 metres, while the Ganga water is flowing at 63.800 metres.  The contact road leading to the district has been disrupted due to the sinking of a temporary spill bridge built next to the newly constructed bridge over Beson river near Kathwamod on Ghazipur-Ballia National Highway 31.  People of flood affected areas Sabalpur Baan, Deoria Baan are forced to migrate.

The water level of Ganga is continuously increasing at the rate of 3 cm per hour. The danger mark is at 63.105 metres, while the water of the Ganges is flowing at 63.800 metres. The road leading to the district has been disrupted due to the sinking of a temporary spill bridge built next to the newly constructed bridge over Beson river near Kathwamod on Ghazipur Ballia National Highway 31. People of flood affected areas Sabalpur Baan, Deoria Baan are forced to migrate.

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