Ganga river level rises, Crosses danger mark in West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh


The Ganga river have created a flood like situation in West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh on Sunday while, Yamuna river have also created explosion in many parts of Rajasthan. Around six persons have been killed in heavy rainfall.

The weather was hot and dry in the national capital as well as in other regions of Punjab and Haryana.  

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In UP, Ganga is streaming over the threat mark at Fafamau (Allahabad), Mirzapur, Varanasi, Ghazipur and Ballia, while Yamuna is streaming over the red imprint at Chillaghat (Banda) and Naini (Allahabad) and Mohna (Jalaun).

Also, Sharda waterway is streaming over the risk mark at Palliakalan (Kheri). Incomprehensible territories in a few towns of Malda region in West Bengal have submerged, influencing a populace of almost 20,000, even as overwhelming to substantial downpour in regions of southern parts and in the Sub-Himalayan area are anticipated for Monday, activated by a low weight.

Extra District Magistrate, Malda, Kanchan Chowdhury said the ascent in the water level of the waterway was because of the arrival of 10 lakh cusecs of water from the Sone dam in Uttar Pradesh.

Overwhelming to a great degree substantial precipitation and made surge like circumstance in Rajasthan with Baran, Pratapgarh, Chittogarh and Jhalawar locale as the most noticeably bad influenced. The water level in Chambal waterway in Dholpur crossed the peril check today.

Six people of a family passed on when a part of their home caved in Baran region of Rajasthan on Saturday.

An aggregate of 33 individuals were carried by the Air Force on Sunday from two areas in Pratapgarh region, while 24 others were transported from Baran on Saturday.

A few others are likewise stranded and safeguard operations are on.

"Three people are caught at an island in Parvati waterway. They had gone for angling in the waterway yet abruptly the water level in the stream rose. Endeavors are on to protect them," Baran Collector S.P. Singh said.

The India Meteorological Department in its most recent redesign has cautioned of overwhelming downpours in East and West Madhya Pradesh throughout the following 48 hours. This could mean expanded flooding in key tributaries of the Ganga.

The areas which are seeing surge like circumstance in Bihar included Patna, Vaishali, Buxar, Bhojpur, Saran, Begusarai, Samastipur, Lakhisarai, Khagaria, Munger, Bhagalpur and Katihar, the division proclamation said.

Around 15,000 individuals are protected in 82 help camps in the wake of being emptied from surge influenced regions. All camps have the offices of therapeutic group.

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