- Due To Increase In Water Level In Yamuna Area, More Than Two And A Half Thousand People Were Evacuated At Night, Schools In 32 Villages Up To 16.
- DC along with officials visited the villages adjacent to Yamuna, himself conducted rescue operation. Former Tigaon MLA Lalit Nagar along with DC visited flood affected villages. It has been since four days that the help of NDRA and SDRF is being taken along with the administration, police teams. To strengthen the embankment at three places, stones, sandbags and soil were installed, orders for patrolling. More than 25 teams of health department have been deployed in the villages, essential medicines are being provided.
The district administration is fully alert after the water level in the villages around the Yamuna river rises. Different SDM level officers have been appointed as nodal officers for all the villages. Apart from this, more than two and a half thousand people have been rescued in the night with the help of NDRF and SDRF. Earlier 1500 people have been rescued. Work is being done to bring a large number of cows from Bhupani Gaushala and cattle present in the fields in the Yamuna area to safer places. The DC has also asked to set up fine guard in the villages adjacent to the Yamuna.
DC Vikram Singh first visited Basantpur on Friday morning. Here he talked to DM East Delhi and got electricity connections removed from Yamuna flood area. Along with this, electricity was cut from other places also so that no accident takes place. After this DC visited Yamuna embankment. The DC said that three places were found where the embankment looked weak. Here stones, sandbags and soil have been inserted. Instructed the officers of the Irrigation Department that continuous patrolling should be done here. After this DC visited Manjhavali village. Here he toured inside sitting on a tractor. Here he conducted the rescue operation in his presence. He said that arrangements have been made for the accommodation and food of the displaced people.
25 teams of Health Department have been deployed:
The DC said that due to the arrival of water in the Yamuna, full care is being taken of the health of the people kept in the shelter home. For this, 25 teams of the Health Department have been formed. While inspecting the health camps, he instructed CMO Dr. Vinay Gupta that there should be no shortage of any kind of medicines. He has also installed ambulances at different places so that timely help can be provided to any person in need.
Due to the pipe on the dam there is a crack,
The DC said that the embankment is being constantly monitored. He told that at one place in the embankment in Lalpur, the villagers had buried the pipe from below. Due to this, when the water level increased, cracks started appearing in the dam. Soon after this stone and earthen slabs were installed here. Simultaneously, soil is being poured from JCB along with the dam. He told that in this way three points have been repaired.
Instructions to take action after complaints of theft:
The DC interacted with the villagers during his visit to Manjhavali. During this, information was received that some thieves were stealing goods from vacant houses in the Yamuna area. On this, the DC directed the police officers to continuously increase patrolling and take the strictest action against such elements.
Arrangement of water, instructions for making food on the spot:
The DC said that tankers have been deployed to provide drinking water to the flood-affected people. Apart from this, food packets are continuously being sent through Red Cross. He said that instructions have been given to prepare food on the spot so that people do not face any problem. He said that this would save time and provide the best facilities to the people.
Command to senior officers in villages adjacent to Yamuna:
In villages adjacent to Yamuna, senior officers have been entrusted with the responsibility. Among these, SDM Paramjit Chahal has been appointed as the nodal officer in Basantpur, Dadsia, Kidawali, Lalpur, Maujmabad, Bhaskola, Mahavatpur. SDM Badkhal Pankaj Setia to Amipur, Sidhola, Chirsi, Kabulpur Patti Mahtab, Kabulpur Patti Parvarish Village, XEN PWD B&R Pradeep Sandhu to Akbarpur, Majra Sheikhpur, Dayalpur, Manjhawali, Gursan Village, DTP Rajendra Sharma to Nagla Majra Chandpur, GM DIC Has been appointed as nodal officer in Shahjahanpur, Shahpura, Bikuka villages, SDM Trilok Chand in Dulipur, Natifpur, Jafarpur Majra Chhaysa, Chhaysa and Mohana, DDPO Rakesh Mor in Kanwara, Dungarpur, Raipur Kalan, Palhera and Tilori Khadar villages.
32 in village schools 16 Leave Orders Till:
DC has issued orders for holiday in schools till July 16 in 32 villages adjacent to Yamuna. These include Basantpur, Dadsia, Kidawali, Lalpur, Maujmabad, Bhaskaula, Mahavatpur, Amipur, Sidhauli, Chirsi, Kabulpur Patti Mahtab, Kabulpur Patti Parvarish Village, Akbarpur, Majra Sheikhpura, Dayalpur, Manjhawali, Gursan, Nagla Majra Chandpur, Shahjahanpur, Shahupura, Bhikuka , Dulhipur, Natifpur, Zafarpur Majra Chhaysa, Chhaysa and Mohana, Kanwara, Dungarpur, Raipur Kalan, Panhera and Tilori Khadar villages. On this occasion, SDM Faridabad Param Jeet Chahal, SDM Ballabgarh Trilok Chand, CTU Sonu Bhatt, ACP Rajesh Kumar, CTM Amit Mann, DRO Bijendra Rana, Tehsildar, Patwari, Health Department, Agriculture Department, Revenue Department, Animal Husbandry and Dairy Department and many others. Officials of the departments were present.
Former MLA Nagar visited villages with DC:
Former MLA of Tigaon assembly constituency Lalit Nagar is also engaged in providing relief to the people in Yamuna-affected villages. They are going to villages to check water-logging. Former MLA Nagar along with Vikram Singh and SDM Trilokchand of Ballabhgarh along with other administrative and police officials visited Yamuna affected villages Nachauli, Kamra, Allipur Tilauri, Amipur, Kabulpur, Chirsi, Manjhawali, Gharonda, Bela Ghudasan, Chandpur, Faizpur, Arua on Friday. Visited Mothuka etc. and observed the situation.