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In Chhota Baghada, dead animals are also flowing along with the flood water, due to which the foul smell is rising.
The floods in Prayagraj are now bringing troubles with them. Due to the sudden rise in the water level of Ganga and Yamuna, dozens of animals have flown into the Chhota Baghada area. Due to the dead animals, the foul smell in this area has made life difficult for the people.
There is a danger of flooding even in the houses where water has not yet entered. Meanwhile, Ganga and Yamuna have crossed 84 metres. Can cross the danger mark 84.73 anytime. The administration has issued an alert. Dainik Bhaskar’s team did the ground report from the flood affected area of Chhota Baghada. Here is the report.
Ganga reached 84.20 meters in Phaphamau
The water in the Ganges is rising rapidly. Till 10 pm in Phaphamau, the water of Ganga has come up to 84.20 meters, in Chhatnag 83.56 and in Naini the water of Yamuna has come up to 84.16. In such a situation, the danger mark 84.73 can now cross the Ganges and Yamuna by noon. NDRF and SDRF teams have been deployed as a precautionary measure.
students leaving the room and going to higher places
Vivek Yadav, who lives in Chhota Baghada, said that as the water rises, the students are now forced to leave the room. Rooms are not available in the city. Study will not be possible in shelter home. There are no basic facilities there. We are going to have exams. In such a situation, there are only difficulties in front of the students. There is a lot of dirt coming with the water. The biggest problem is with dead animals. The stench has made life difficult.
Vivek, a competitive student living in Chhota Baghada.
Lalmani Yadav told that now that the water is rising, I am forced to leave my room. There is no room available in high places. Going out with luggage on e-rickshaw, where the room will be found, they will remain there. What to do?
Dilip Kumar Yadav, a contestant living in Chhota Baghada, told that he has an exam.
night passing in fear
Dilip Kumar Yadav told that studies are not being done due to rising water level. When you sleep at night, you think that the room should not be filled with water. Now the light will also be cut off in this area. We have TGT-PGT exam after two months. So our preparation is getting hampered.
Shruti Mishra, who came to Prayagraj for coaching from Kanpur, is very scared of floods.
Afraid that our belongings might get wet
Shruti Mishra, who came to Prayagraj from Kanpur for coaching, is living in Chhota Baghada area. Shruti told that the water is continuously increasing. Now there is a fear that our belongings, copy-books may not get wet. The dead animals that are coming along with the flood stink. There is a fear of increasing diseases.
Anshika is afraid that her copy-book and clothes might get drowned.
Anshika Sharma, who came to Prayagraj from Kanpur to do SSC coaching, told that now she is getting scared due to the rising water. Dirt and stench have made life difficult.
Sewer started getting choked, electricity can also be cut
Shrikant Mishra, a permanent resident of Chhota Baghada, says that due to floods, the problem of sewer choke, not getting clean drinking water will increase. Bad smell from dead animals is a big problem. Here it has become very important to spray medicines and take out the dead animals from the water and bury them in the ground somewhere. Otherwise the diseases will increase. However, till now neither the team of Health Department nor the team of Municipal Corporation has provided any help.
Hundreds of houses have been engulfed by flood waters in Chhota Baghada.
Call on these numbers for help
For help, you can contact Prayagraj District Magistrate on 9454417517, ADM Administration on 9454417810. Apart from this, the Office of the Chief Medical Officer has released the helpline number 05322640645, 053222972880. Citizens of any flood affected area can call on these numbers and seek help for health related problems.
The flood control room has also released the number. Any citizen can complain related to flood related problems by calling on 0532242706. In the Municipal Corporation Prayagraj, you can also call 9450105231 and complain related to dirt and waterlogging.