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Due to the rains in Rajasthan, the water level of Chambal river increased in Agra.
Due to the rains in Rajasthan, the water level has started rising once again in the Chambal river adjoining the Pinahat town area of Agra. However, it is still far from the danger mark and there is no threat of danger at the moment. Despite this, the concern of the villagers, who had suffered only a month ago, has increased.
flood has already come
According to the information, due to heavy rains in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, there was a severe flood in the Chambal river, due to which dozens of villages in the coastal area were affected by the floods and the villagers suffered heavy losses. The villagers had to face a lot of trouble. The damages have not yet been compensated.
Water level increased by 5 meters in a day
Due to heavy rains in Rajasthan, the water level of Chambal river has started rising once again since Sunday morning. The water level of Chambal river at Pinahat Ghat rose from 111 meters to 116 meters. The temple of Mani Bholenath on the banks of Chambal is on the verge of being completely submerged. The rising water level of Chambal river has raised concerns among the people of the coastal areas.
no danger at the moment
According to the employees of the Irrigation Department and the Forest Department, the water level has increased due to rain water, at present there is no threat of danger. At present, the water level in Chambal river has increased by 5 meters, the same water level is expected to rise further till tomorrow. In this context, the Deputy Collector, Wah Abdul Basit says that the water level has increased due to the arrival of rain water, there is no talk of danger.