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- Half Of Bhopal Remained Black Out; 7 People Trapped In Flood In Bandauri Will Be Rescued Today
Bhopal23 minutes ago
The capital Bhopal is receiving maximum rain in Madhya Pradesh. Water is falling here continuously for 60 hours. Due to which the situation has worsened in the city and the entire district. Roads and colonies have been flooded. Normal life has been disturbed due to incessant rains.
Here 7 people got trapped in the flood in Bandori village of Bhopal. His rescue was stopped on Monday due to darkness, now the rescue will be done today (Tuesday). These 7 people have 3 children. Since, they are safe and the rescue team is with them. Therefore, it was decided not to rescue in the night. Here, about 200 people have been shifted to schools due to flooding of Kaliasot river in the low-lying areas of Damkheda and Sarmadha Tola. Kaliasot, Kerwa and Bhadbhada dams are still running overflow.
Here on Monday, many colonies were flooded due to heavy rain throughout the day, although the rain stopped a bit on Monday night, but the problems of the people did not reduce. In many areas, water remained full throughout the night, so many people were scared. In GV Villa Society located in Jatkhedi, 27 families were stuck in water overnight. The ground floor was submerged due to the drain being in spate. KK Singh, who lives here, told that there is a drain behind the colony, due to which the drainage of water was blocked in the colony. There was a problem due to no electricity throughout the night.
In Eco Green City located by Ayodhya bypass, 150 houses were also flooded with water. Resident Jai Singh told that the rain has done a lot of damage. Electronic items got damaged. Food items were also ruined. People were stuck on the first floor only. In the Indus Empire in Shahpura area, more than 20 houses remained submerged overnight. On Monday, 18 families were rescued from here.
People trapped in the rain of Bhopal’s Bandori village were rescued on Monday. Rescue of 7 people will be done on Tuesday.
Hingoni and Janakpuri became islands, 300 people stranded
Hingoni and Janakpuri villages of Bairsiya tehsil became islands due to rain. After the water continued to rise, people reached the roofs and high places of the houses. Around 300 people were stranded overnight. Local public representative Raju Yadav was constantly engaged in getting people out of the water. People are being rescued through boats. At the same time, the staff of the police and administration also stood firm throughout the night.
Villages Hingoni and Janakpuri have become islands due to rain. People kept getting upset all night.
Power failure in many areas all night
There was power failure overnight in many areas including Tulsinagar, Awadhpuri, Hoshangabad Road, Kolar, Raisen Road, Ayodhya Bypass, Karond, BHEL, Shivnagar. Due to this people could not charge their mobile. At the same time, they also remained a threat to animals. On Sunday night, more than 500 trees were felled due to heavy rain and storm. Most of the trees fell on power lines and poles. Due to this the power system came to a standstill. Water supply will also be affected in the city on Tuesday due to non-electricity.
There were incidents of waterlogging and falling of trees due to rain in the city. Due to this, Mayor Malti Rai reached the control room. He took stock of the situation created by the rains.
Dam still overflows
All 13 gates of Kaliasot Dam, all 11 of Bhadbhada and all 8 gates of Kerwa have been opened. The cruise was also half submerged on Monday after the level of Bada Talab increased. The water level of the dams decreased a bit during the night. Nevertheless, the boom did not subside.
Water filled in more than 200 colonies
The capital’s Kolar is the most water-logged. More than 50 shops in Lalita Nagar and Nayapura have been flooded by one to two feet. Bawdia Kalan, Danishkunj, Mandakini, Shahpura, Karaund, Bhanpur, Shivnagar Chhala, Aishbagh, Chandbad Bajaria, Ashoka Garden, Tila Jamalpura, Mahamai Ka Bagh, Jagdishpur, Islamnagar, Aikkhedi, Patel Nagar, Anand Nagar, Misrod, Bagsevania, Bagh Mughalia, Water has entered houses in more than 200 colonies including Danish Nagar, Arera Colony, Nehru Nagar, Gomti Colony, Indrapuri, Aakriti Eco Green City, Nilbabad, Ratibad. Due to the deteriorating condition here, many people are shifting to another place.
Bhopal Municipal Corporation issued numbers
A disaster control room has been set up by the Municipal Corporation in the Central Workshop Mata Mandir. Officers and employees will be present here 24 hours. The Municipal Corporation has issued numbers 0755-2542222, 2540220 and 2701401 to help the people. As soon as the information is received, the staff will reach for help.