The Water Level Of The Ganges Has Remained Stable For 7 Hours, For The First Time In 15 Years, There Was So Much Flood In October, Kanpur Flood, Shuklaganj, Ganga Barrage, Purana Kanpur, Prayagraj, Varanasi, Kanpur
The water level of Ganga remained stable in Shuklaganj and Kanpur from 6 am to 1 pm on Thursday.
In October, for the first time in 15 years, there was a flood in the Ganges. The situation is getting worse since last 2 days. Water entered several villages late Wednesday night. About 12 villages have been hit by the floods. The water level of Ganga remained stable in Shuklaganj and Kanpur from 6 am to 1 pm on Thursday. Due to this, the hope of reducing the water level in the Ganges has increased.
can get relief
According to the officials of the Irrigation Department, the water level is stable for 7 hours. With this it is almost certain that now the water level will start decreasing. Ganga is flowing at 113.04 meters after crossing the warning point at Shuklaganj. The water level in Kanpur upstream has reached 114.55 metres. At the same time, 3,98,588 cusecs of water has been released from Kanpur towards Prayagraj and Varanasi.
Flood water entered Chainpurwa village.
many houses were evacuated
Sudhirpurwa, Makhanpurwa, Ranighat, Tiwari Ghat, Sarju Ka Purva located in Old Kanpur are full of water. The district administration is evacuating the houses. A relief camp has been set up in Manipurwa. 10 houses in Chainpurwa village in Katri and 8 houses in Gangarampurwa have been evacuated.
The water level of Pandu river is 17 cm. fell to
After 5 days, the water level of the Pandu river, a tributary of the Ganges, has started falling. Due to this, the water level has started decreasing in Gopalpuram, Barra-8 Kachi Basti, Panka village and other areas of Kanpur. Due to this people have also breathed a sigh of relief. At the same time, in about 20 localities of Shuklaganj, the flood water is filled up to 3 feet.
The houses are also submerged in the floods of Pandu river.
Thursday afternoon water level
Upstream – 114.55 m
Downstream – 114.11 m
Shuklaganj – 113.04 meters
Water released from Narora – 52,787 cusecs
Water released from Kanpur – 3,98,588 cusecs