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Bihar News: Many rivers have crossed the danger mark in Bihar, alert issued for these areas

According to the Water Resources Department, the Bagmati river has crossed the danger mark at Dubadhar, Sonakhan, Dheng, Katonjha, Hayaghat and Beniabad while the Budhi Gandak has crossed the danger mark near the Rosda rail bridge in Samastipur.

Bihar News: Due to the rains in Bihar and the increase in the water level of major rivers, a situation of flood has become in many districts of the state. People afraid of the overflowing rivers are going to higher places fearing floods. An official of the Water Resources Department said on Saturday that the water level of Kosi river was recorded at 2.21 lakh cusecs at Veerpur barrage at 8 am, which rose to 1.97 lakh cusecs at 2 pm. Also Read – Bihar News: Allegations of corruption and bureaucracy against Nitish government, a minister can resign today, BJP also surrounded

Here, there is a continuous increase in the water level of Gandak in Valmikinagar barrage. The water discharge of Gandak was recorded at 2.21 lakh cusecs at 10 am, while the water discharge here at 2 pm was 2.76 lakh cusecs. It is being told that there is a possibility of increasing the water level in the Gandak river. Also Read – Bihar News: Nitish Kumar’s government is set to fall, Tejashwi Yadav said when Maheshwar Singh came to RJD

According to the Water Resources Department, the Bagmati river has crossed the danger mark at Dubadhar, Sonakhan, Dheng, Katonjha, Hayaghat and Beniabad while the Budhi Gandak has crossed the danger mark near the Rosda rail bridge in Samastipur. Here, Kamla Balan is across the red mark near Jaynagar and Jhanjharpur rail bridge. The situation in Champaran region is becoming critical due to the boom in the Labakaiya river. It is a matter of relief that Ganga, Punpun and Son rivers are still within their limits. Also Read – Annoyed by the bureaucracy, Nitish’s minister Madan Sahni resigns, alleging this

Flood water has entered many areas of West Champaran and Gopalganj of the state. Villages have been engulfed by flood waters. People have taken shelter in high places. It is being told that the road connectivity of many villages has been completely broken. Flood situation prevails in Sheohar also, while flood water has entered in two blocks of Muzaffarpur. People living in low-lying areas in Gopalganj have been alerted after the water in Gandak increased. It is being told that flood water has entered more than 40 villages of this district. (IANS Hindi)

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