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The rain increased the beats… Ghaggar-Tangri started to scare again –

S Agnihotri/Subhash Chauhan
Chandigarh/Panchkula/Ambala, 22 July
Once again the heartbeat of the people increased due to the rain since morning. Due to the rains, the Ghaggar river is in spate, while in Ambala too, the threat of flood has once again arisen due to the Tangri river.
Ghaggar river water is passing over the Mubarakpur-Dhakoli bridge near Derabassi. Police is present on the spot to ban traffic on this route on Saturday. People started coming here to see the fast flowing water of Ghaggar river in Panchkula. A 12-year-old boy died in Samgoli village due to drowning in the rainy river in Zirakpur. Village sarpanch Joginder Singh told that the child’s name is Harish.

Zirakpur: Due to accumulation of water on the Ambala-Chandigarh National Highway, there was a long jam. -Tribune Photo

Due to rain, the road from Daddumajra in Chandigarh towards Mullanpur New Chandigarh was closed. After the rain stopped in the afternoon and the water receded, the traffic police reopened the road for traffic at 6.30 pm. After heavy rains in the morning, the flow of water in the Rao river of Patiala had become very fast and the water started flowing over the bridge. The traffic police reopened the road at 6.30 pm. There is no chance of rain in Chandigarh for the next 5 days, but the Chandigarh Meteorological Department has issued an alert for heavy rains in Panchkula tonight. Due to this, it may rain at night in Mohali, Zirakpur and Derabassi. After the rains, water-logging situation also arose in Mohali and Panchkula. Sector-19 underpass of Panchkula was closed due to water logging. A similar problem also occurred in the industrial area. Sector-71 and Sector 117 of Mohali were also waterlogged. Due to the rain, the situation of jam remained on the Ambala-Chandigarh highway.

Chandigarh: After rains near Daddu Majra, people risking their lives to cross Patiala-Rao. -Ravi Kumar

Colonies started drowning again
Due to waterlogging on the Tangri river in Ambala, the colonies of the cantonment have again started submerging. Seeing the seriousness of the situation, DC visited the area around Tangri river and alerted the people about the water-logging and said that the administration is again standing with them in such a time. It is notable that about a dozen colonies of Ambala Cantonment are situated on the banks of Tangri river. When water comes in the river, this water enters these colonies. AAP leader Chitra Sarwara visited the affected area of ​​Tangri river around . During this, while talking to the journalists, he/she said that the water of Tangri river is working to destroy the cantonment. he/she said that the water of the river destroys thousands of families. he/she said that the government would have to do some major work around the Tangri river so that the people could be saved from desolation.

Debris fell from Morni mountains, roads closed, houses also in danger

House collapsed after rain in Morni. -nice

Manoj Kumar / NIS
Morni, July 22
Roads have been closed in Morni due to rain and falling of stones from the mountains. Due to the heavy rains, many people’s houses and livestock have become a threat. At the same time, the crops of the farmers got ruined in the rain. Due to heavy rain since Friday night, Morni Chadimandir, Morni Panchkula, Morni Badisher, Morni Tikkartal road was closed due to debris falling due to heavy rains.
Due to the rain, there has been a report of heavy loss of villagers in Rajitikri and Bhoj Paonta. Some part of the house of Mehrchand, a resident of Khadoon village of Bhoj Paonta, has collapsed, including the kitchen. his/her wife Sunita told that he/she had built a new house within a short span of time by spending lakhs of rupees.
On the other hand, Prem Chand’s house in Set village is in danger of collapsing due to the collapse of the rescue wall in front of his/her house. Jagat Ram’s cattle shed collapsed in Balag village. Several bighas of land belonging to farmer Het Ram of village Dayoda of Raji Tikri Panchayat has been washed away in the river and vegetables and cumin crops worth lakhs of rupees have been destroyed. Raji Tikri’s sarpanch Poonam Lata, former sarpanch Virendra Singh and Molak Ram told that their young son had died 20 days back.

problems faced by people
Due to the bad roads of Morni, the common people had to face problems. Employed people had to struggle a lot to reach offices and schools. After the rain, the Public Works Department installed a JCB machine to remove the debris from the roads, but by the evening, the roads were reported to be damaged again.

Alternative bridge built on Pinjore-Nalagarh highway also washed away

Pinjore: The alternative bridge built on the river of Kiratpur village also washed away. -nice

Shahbab Samuel/NIS
Pinjore, 22 July
Due to the recent heavy rains, major bridges of Kiratpur and Madhanwala villages of Pinjore block located on the Pinjore-Nalagarh National Highway were broken. The road from Pinjore to Baddi is closed for the last two weeks. The National Highway Authority of India had constructed a temporary alternative route for the movement of small vehicles on the Kiratpur river last day itself by placing cement pipes, but the heavy rains last night have washed away the temporary bridge again. Due to which dozens of villagers of the block situated on Nalagarh road, including workers going on duty in factories of Baddi-Barotiwala from Pinjore area, are facing problems. Aam Aadmi Party District President Ranjit Uppal took stock of the occasion. he/she told that under compulsion people are crossing the river risking their lives.

notice issued to amravati builder
The District Town Planning Officer has issued a show-cause notice to the Amravati builder, considering the issue of damage to the Amravati Colony bridge due to heavy rains in the past days, and the threat to several houses including the sewerage plant due to land erosion. The DTP has given instructions to immediately construct a retaining wall on the banks of the Kaushalya river for the safety of the lives and property of the colony residents. Failure to do so, action will be taken against Amravati builder. Amravati Enclave MD Kulbhushan Goyal said that there was some mistake in the notice. In fact, instructions were given to save the EWS houses of another colony adjacent to the Kaushalya Dam, whereas they had to build a retaining wall near the Amravati bridge, for which permission has not been received yet.

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