Yamuna and Betwa rivers’ water level rises; 3000 people shifted to camps


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Hamirpur. Water ranges of Yamuna and Betwa rivers in Hamirpur district of Uttar Pradesh have risen, inflicting a flood-like state of affairs within the area. “Hamirpur lies in the middle of the Yamuna and Betwa rivers of last year,” mentioned Hamirpur DM Chandra Bhushan.

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He added: “Our employees are current in 20 villages as a result of 8,000 to 9,000 people have been affected by the floods and they’ve been moved to a better altitude. The different 3,000 people had been moved to the shelter campus we arrange.

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“The water of Ganga and Yamuna continues to rise slowly in Prayagraj. The Dharma roads in the lower areas are flooded. The localities of Baluaghat and Shivkuti are filled with water of Yamuna from one side and Ganga from the ‘other,’ said one flood victim.





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