Water entered 5 thousand homes, hundreds of houses submerged
According to the reporter, these teams are conducting rescue operations in the flood-hit areas. Villages in coastal areas have lost this connection. Boats are being used to evacuate people. Helicopters can also be used if needed. Many people have taken shelter in relief camps since last 3 days.
Chief Minister Yogi will inspect opportunity
Both the Ganges and Yamuna rivers are flowing above the danger mark. More than ten feet of water has been flooded from the Bakshi Dam in Daraganj to the road constructed at Kumbh towards the Nag Vasuki temple. On Thursday, Difty CM Keshav Maurya visited the flood zone. CM Yogi will also visit Prayagraj to meet the situation.
Airforce and army preparations begin
Meanwhile, the administration has sought help from the Army and Air Force to deal with the situation. On Friday, the army started preparations to take command of the relief rescue in Prayagraj. At the same time, an Air Force meeting has also been held. Water is seen all around in the street-mohallas near the rivers of Allahabad.
Boats were running where the vehicles filled the ferreta
People have been stranded in dozens of mohallas of the city for the last four-five days. Boats are plying on roads where motor vehicles filled the ferreta. All the schools, colleges and coaching institutes in the flood affected areas have been closed. All types of private and government schools and colleges up to 12th are not opened. At the same time, the coaching centers were also locked.
Water reached the roofs at some places
The city's temples, shops and homes are flooded. People reached the roofs of homes to save lives, but water has reached the roofs of many people. Those whose houses are submerged in water are imprisoned on the roofs of houses.
Helping each other on their own
People say that they are neither getting food nor drinking water. People who are not able to get government help, there people are helping themselves and each other.
People imprisoned on the rooftops are coming down the stairs to the safe place. Currently, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) is working very fast and is being resuscitated. Whereas, in the flood affected area, police has banned the entry of people from barricading.