Yamuna floods over 3 dozen Haryana villages, CM Khattar conducts aerial survey
Manohar Lal Khattar conducts aerial survey. (Picture: PTI)
- Haryana CM carried out an aerial survey of the affected areas
- He additionally directed officers to conduct a income survey to evaluate crop injury
- Districts of Yamunanagar, Karnal, Panipat & Sonipat are on excessive alert
With greater than three dozen villages getting waterlogged in two districts, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday carried out an aerial survey of the affected areas.
He additionally directed officers to conduct a particular ‘girdawari’ (income survey) to evaluate the crop broken by heavy rains.
Authorities have sounded a excessive alert within the districts of Yamunanagar, Karnal, Panipat and Sonipat.
At the very least 30 villages in Yamunanagar district and 10 villages in Karnal had been flooded because of the launch of over 600,000 cusecs from the Hathnikund barrage, officers mentioned. The Yamuna river continued to stream above the hazard mark.
The marooned villagers took refuge on home rooftops to flee flooding.
“There is no such thing as a assist from the federal government as all our dry ration and different home goods had been broken resulting from sudden rise in river water stage final (Saturday) night time,” Zubair Khan of Mandi village close to Yamunanagar city informed a information channel.
He rued that there was no fodder for his livestock both. “We had been informed by the federal government to depart the village, however we will not go due to our livestock,” an aggrieved Khan added.
Yamunanagar Deputy Commissioner Girish Arora mentioned that the Military and the Nationwide Catastrophe Response Drive have been placed on alert for rescue and reduction operations.
The authorities started to evacuate a whole bunch of individuals dwelling within the Yamuna catchment space following a pointy rise within the water stage, the officers mentioned.
Heavy rains continued to lash many elements of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand whereas authorities launched extra water from the Hathnikund barrage through the day.
The Yamunanagar administration has arrange a flood management workplace on the district headquarters and all of the blocks for instant response.
There was no report of lack of life within the state.
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