Unnao: Ganga shows a terrible form, flood threat to over 100 villages

Unnao: The river Ganga is wreaking havoc in Unnao district of Uttar Pradesh. In Unnao, the water level has increased by more than 1 meter in the last 24 hours. With the water level of the Ganges river reaching the warning point, flood water has started entering the coastal areas. Due to which more than 100 villages of the district are standing on the verge of flood and people are sleepless nights. At the same time, with the entry of water into the residential areas of Gangaghat Municipality, people have started migrating from their homes.

The outbreak of rain on the mountains is now also facing the plains. Traces of floods that came two years ago can still be seen in the village situated on the banks of the Ganges, in such a situation people will have to face a big challenge in the event of flood. Although the district authorities are claiming complete settlement. At present, the district administration claims that we are fully alert in the event of floods, the flood relief centers as well as the flood relief center have been completed and the preparations have been completed.

Out of 6 tehsils in Unnao district, a population of about 3 lakh lives on the banks of river Ganges. The life of these people gets disturbed when the Ganges is in spate. Once again, the river Ganga has started touching the danger mark of 112 meters in Unnao and the water level warning point of the Ganges river has reached 112 meters. Similarly, on increasing the water level, the Ganga may soon reach the danger mark of around 113 meters, which can become the reason for the destruction.

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