Fear of floods in Bihar: Bagmati and Kamla above red mark, many villages of Muzaffarpur-Darbhanga surrounded by water

Fear of floods in Bihar: Bagmati and Kamla above red mark, many villages of Muzaffarpur-Darbhanga surrounded by water
Fear of floods in Bihar: Bagmati and Kamla above red mark, many villages of Muzaffarpur-Darbhanga surrounded by water

In the midst of intermittent rains for two days, many rivers of North Bihar are flowing above the red mark, and many are desperate to touch the danger mark. On Tuesday, Kamala was 50 cm above the danger mark in Madhubani. Bagmati remained 39 cm above the red mark in Beniabad.

At the same time, the diversion of NH 104 between Jayanagar Ladonia a day ago, the rainwater has not landed yet. Traffic is interrupted. Many villages of Muzaffarpur and Darbhanga are still surrounded by water.

Muzaffarpur came to a sudden drop in the water level of Bagmati then felt Awrai and rescue people in Katra. However, dozens of villages are still surrounded by water. The movement of villages along the embankment in Aurai and Katra is disrupted. Here people used the bridge of Chachari which has been washed away. Gandak’s water level is 53.30 meters at Rewaghat in Muzaffarpur. The danger mark here is at 54.41 meters. The water level of Bundi Gandak has increased in Sikanderpur. There has been a record level at 47.01 meters, while the red mark at 52.53 meters. Entered the bottom of the many villages in Sitamarhi water.

The water level of Bagmati is continuously increasing in Sitamarhi. The water of Bagmati has spread to the lower parts of several villages including Jamla Parsa, Akhata in the Suppi block of the district. Due to an increase in the water level of Martha river in the district, the low lying areas of Bhikha, Bajitpur, Pandora, Mahua villages have been flooded. The bitches in the fields have drowned. However, the rivers of Bagmati and Adhwara groups in the district are below the danger mark. Champaran in Jlvriddhi, Samastipur Gandak, and Burhi Gandak rivers freeze Tuesday released 103,700 cusecs of water in Gandak from Valmikinagar barrage. Along with Gandak, the water level of Sikarahana and Pandai in West Champaran is also increasing. Boondi Gandak and Gandak are below the danger mark in Puvi Champaran. In the same way, there are many more.

At the same time, the water level of the Ganges in Samastipur continued to rise. While the water level of the old Gandak is stable. The morning water level was 43.06 meters at the Safari Ghat of Ganga. The water level of Bagmati has increased by 18 cm. All the rivers passing through this district are below the danger mark. The rivers are in spate Mithilaanchal, the risk of flooding is over 50 cm mark Caterpillar danger Jhanjharpur in Madhubani. Kamala’s water level was recorded at 50.50 meters here. At the same time, the water level is increasing rapidly in Dhanas, a tributary of the Adhwara group. The rising water level of the river has increased the possibility of floods in the district. In Bisfi, water has started spreading in the fields due to water in many suburbs. In the same way, there are many more.

Bagmati remained 39 cm above the danger mark in Beniabad. The water level was recorded at 49.07 meters. Adhwara stood at 47.90 meters at Kamtaul and 44.38 meters at Ekamighat. Kamala is flowing at 79.19 meters in Sonavarsha (Sitamarhi) and 67.52 meters in Jayanagar. The 10 villages in the lower area of ​​Ghanshyampur block are still surrounded by water. Boats are the only access point for hundreds of families here. Three panchayats of Kusheshwarsthan block are surrounded by water. Here too people are traveling by boat. The erosion continues in the Kunjbhavan village of the block. In the same way, there are many more.

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