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Hindon river Causes Havoc: Rising Water Levels Displace Thousands, Railway Sector Faces Unemployment

by khushahal vishwakarma
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The ongoing Hindon River flooding is causing increasing problems for people in the affected areas. The Jharsi area in Momnathal village is now flooded and water has also entered houses in the flooded area of ​​Suthyana village. Hundreds of homes in Kulesara and Suthyana were flooded.

Hindon River flood epidemic shows no sign of abating as water levels continue to rise and pour into homes. More than 10,000 houses are already under water, thousands of people are asking the administration for protection, others are staying with relatives.Illegal parking in the flooded area of ​​Old Suthyana near Sector 143 is also an issue of additional concern to authorities.

The water level under the Hindon River at Ghaziabad Dam was 201.10m on Tuesday, down from just under 201.15m on Monday. However, the flood rate remains significant at 27,191 cusec.This continued influx is exacerbating the problems of residents in the flooded areas of Jharsi, Momnathal, Suthyana and Kulesara.

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The hardest-hit area is the flooded area of ​​Chotpur village, where the government has set up five shelters for 3,420 flood-affected people. People living in shelters should be given an adequate supply of food, water and medical supplies.

Despite the government ban on building in flood plains, some ignore the warnings. Many people live in the floodplain near the village of Kulesara and have even built structures on the condition that they must find the Hindon Bridge underwater.This risky behavior poses a serious threat to their lives.
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administration called in a team of engineers to assess the situation. The team surveyed the flood-affected areas near Chhijarasi and Chhotupur from boats to identify areas in need of assistance. His report will help the administration take preventive measures to combat future floods.

About 400 artifacts were flooded in a nearby area after a taxi company opened a shop near Sector 142.Some contracts were canceled after the insurance expired and the company failed to take the necessary precautions despite warnings from the administration and the police. This incident was recorded on social networks, which underlines the seriousness of the situation.

The water level in Kotsyamun also falls and the influx of Hindus decreases. However, an illegal archaeological site owned by a private company is always a risk. Authorities have issued warnings, but the company has taken no action to remove the sunken items.If the company contacts administration, assistance will be provided in recovering the artifacts.

– Atul Kumar, Additional Voice (Finances and Income)

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