Nainital: Cloudburst in Ramgarh village, Ganga flowing above danger mark

Nainital: A big news has come from the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. In fact, the cloudburst has been reported in Ramgarh village here and people were shocked as soon as the incident came to light. Several people are said to be buried in the debris due to cloudbursts. On the other hand, police and administration teams have reached the spot and rescue operations are still going on.



According to reports, the injured have been rescued from the debris. On the other hand, SSP Preeti Priyadarshini informed about this and said, "Some injured persons have been rescued from Ramgarh village of Nainital district after the cloudburst, actual number of people to be buried in the debris is yet to be ascertained.'' On the other hand, the roads of Nainital have been flooded due to the overflow of Nainital Lake. There is also waterlogging in buildings and houses and heavy rain is continuously raining in the area causing inconvenience to the people. The incessant rain here has left people shocked.

On the other hand, due to rain in the mountains for the last two days, the water level of Ganga has crossed the danger mark. Let me tell you that Ganga is flowing at 294.35 metres above its danger mark of 294 metres to 0.35 metres. Meanwhile, due to the rising water level of Ganga, the adjoining areas of Ganga in Haridwar have been alerted.

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