India Weather Forecast Monsoon Himachal Pradesh Heavy Rainfall In Rajasthan Flood In MP | Flood: From the plain to the desert, the people are helpless due to the sky disaster
Heavy Rainfall in India: In many states of the country,...
Heavy Rainfall in India: In many states of the country, humans are seen helpless and helpless in front of the sky disaster. From the plain to the desert it is raining – it is raining. The trouble is not decreasing even on the mountains. The worst hit of heavy rains and floods is being seen in Madhya Pradesh. In many states including Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, the life of people is disturbed due to rains and floods. From humans to animals are in trouble.
From Bundi to Baran in Rajasthan, there is a bad situation due to floods. More than 300 people have been evacuated in Raipurian village. The Chambal river is once again in its rough form in Madhya Pradesh. Many villages have been submerged in water due to the rise of Chambal river.
Flood situation in Madhya Pradesh
Half a dozen villages of Bhind situated on the banks of Chambal river in Madhya Pradesh are in the grip of floods. Food and relief materials have been sent by army helicopters to many places. This fierce form of Chambal has been created due to release of 12500 cumax of water from Gandhi Sagar Dam. The danger mark of Chambal at Udi Ghat is 119 meters, but in the present situation Chambal river is flowing at 124 meters above 5 meters and is likely to rise to 128 meters by 9 meters by late evening. The connectivity of 25 villages with the district headquarters is expected to be cut off.
fierce form of chambal
At present, due to this horrific form of Chambal, half a dozen villages of Ater area including Navali, Vrindavan, Khairat have been completely cut off from the district headquarters and till late night 25 villages including Mukut Pura, Navali, Vrindavan, Dinnapura , Kachpura Kheraat, Chilonga, Kaushad, Madaiya, Rama, Gyanpura, Sarai, Gada, Khona villages are likely to be completely cut off. In view of any emergency, the district administration is on alert. Bhind district administration has deployed NDRF and SDRF Home Guard teams with votes in the area. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is also going to make an aerial tour of the flood-hit Ater area.
Sindh river also in spate
On the other hand, Sindh river is also in spate after releasing water from Madikheda dam, in which alert has been issued in two dozen villages situated on the banks of Sindh river, among them Manian Jhololi, Khera, Shyampura, Kakahara, Tehangur, Sandhuri, Vachhrauli, Bachhreta, Bharauli, Barethi Raj, Khurd, Kheria Sindh, Cachar, Indurkhi, Kaundh, Nivsai, Mahayar, Remza, Mehada, Padora, Dohai, Hilgawa, Dhaur, Pariach, Matiali, Khurd Lilwari, Lagdua, Barha, Kishavgarh, Ajnar, Rohini Singh Pura , Madori, Sinroj may be affected by floods, due to which a team of Home Guard has been deployed here as well.
Flood situation due to rain in Rajasthan
After heavy rains in many parts of Rajasthan, there is a flood situation. Kalisindh river is still on the danger mark. Half a dozen villages have become islands. 322 people have been safely evacuated from Raipuria village. Administration officials are continuously monitoring. It is being told that after 50 years so much water has come. Kalisindh river is flowing on the danger mark in Anta in Baran district for the second day as well. Due to the boom in Kalisindh, many villages including Palayatha, Ladwara, Raipuria, Baldara, Patunda, Hanotia, Baran have come under the water of Kalisindh river. Along with this, the Nagda Baldevpura Drinking Water Project plant has also been completely submerged and damaged, due to which drinking water will not be available to the people for several days.
Trouble continues in Odisha too
On the other hand, the flood water in Odisha is slowly receding. The work of providing relief material to the people is going on from the administration. Animals are also being treated. About 40 thousand people have been affected due to rain and floods in Balasore, Odisha. Water released from Jharkhand’s Galudih barrage reached the low-lying areas of Balasore, adding to the problems of the people. The water level of rivers like Subarnarekha, Jalaka and Baitarani in northern Odisha rose due to heavy rains due to deep pressure over Bay of Bengal and release of flood waters from Jharkhand. The floods in north Odisha have affected 251 villages in Balasore, Mayurbhanj, Jajpur and Bhadrak districts. More than lakh people have been affected in these areas.
Two gates of Patratu Dam were opened in Jharkhand
The water level of Patratu Dam in Jharkhand has crossed the danger mark. Even after the two gates of the dam number 4 and number 6 were opened at 8 pm on Tuesday, the water level of the dam is not decreasing. From the point of view of security, the team of many top officials including DC, SP reached the dam and inspected the opening of more gates of the dam. The water level in Damodar river is likely to rise when the gates are opened. Its effect is likely to be seen in the famous Siddhapeeth Rajrappa temple of the country, because the Damodar river passes near the Rajrappa temple complex.
Troubled rain in Himachal Pradesh
In Himachal Pradesh too, due to heavy rains, the problems of the people have increased. Amidst the Orange Alert issued by the Meteorological Department, there was heavy rain in many districts of the state since last night. Many other areas including the capital Shimla received heavy rains on Wednesday. Till Wednesday evening, vehicular movement remained disrupted on more than 100 roads in the state. Hundreds of power transformers and drinking water schemes were disrupted, adding to the problems of the people. Heavy damage has been caused due to rain in Mandi and Kullu districts. There is a possibility of heavy rain in most parts of the state on Thursday as well.
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