The Chambal River is still flowing at 4.20 meters from the danger mark due to the release of 2 million cusecs of water from the Chambal river for the last 4 days due to the opening of the gate of Gandisagar Dame, due to the rise of water in Kota Barrage, Rajasthan.
Chief Minister Kamal Nath Chambal is monitoring the victims of Chambal floods in the three districts of Morena, Bhind and Sheopur. On Tuesday, he sent helicopters to Moreno to inspect the flood affected areas. In the first innings in the helicopter, Chambal division commissioner Mrs. Renu Tiwari, I.G. Chambal Range D.P. Gupta, Collector Smt. Priyanka Das along with Morena MLA Raghuraj Kanshana, Dimani MLA Girraj Dandotia, Ambah MLA Kamlesh Jatav, Sumawali MLA Adil Singh Kanshana, Jaura MLA Banwari Lal, Sabalgarh MLA Baijnath Kushwaha (Chopar) Helicopter flood affected areas surveyed.
Commissioner of Chambal division, Mrs. Renu Tiwari informed that the rescue operation has been carried out by the administration in all three districts. Malbasai, Kisrauli, Kachchpura, Atauli, Bilpur, Niwari and Ghera villages are still surrounded by water during the air survey. In these villages, army and security personnel are running rescue operations and taking people out and sending them to relief camps. On Tuesday, 3 thousand people from 30 villages of Morena district have been sent to relief camps.
Collector Smt. Priyanka Das visited the village panchayat Ratanbasai and evacuated people of village Nayawans, Vichpai, Chuslai, Indrajit’s Pura, Ramgarh which are completely surrounded by water by carrying out rescue operations. Many people of these villages are sitting on the roof keeping their belongings on the roof but are not ready to leave the house. Two votes have been cast from the army including the SDRF and the Homeguard. Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar of these flood affected villages has also inspected and directed all the affected people to leave the safe village. Superintendent of Police Asit Yadav and other officers were present on the occasion.
So far 1900 people have been evacuated to safer places by the rescue operation in Bhind district. Collector Chhote Singh Superintendent of Police Rudolf Alvares is monitoring the flood situation.
According to the information received so far, more than 1900 people have been rescued safely from Nakhnoli, Ramakot, Koshan, Naveli Vrindavan, Mukutpura Chaumho, Kachpura, Tarshokhar and Dinnapura. More than 900 rescued persons have been rushed to relief camps set up by the district administration. Walkie survivors have moved to safer places for their relatives and visitors. The district administration, home guards, army and SDRF are continuously resuscitating people and transporting them to safe places.
Collector Bhind Chhote Singh and Superintendent of Police Rudolf Alvares are keeping a close watch on the flood situation. Collector and SP are present on the situation by being present on the rescue operation being conducted in flood affected places.
Keeping a hold, along with all the arrangements in the relief camps, it is being monitored continuously.
Food and drink arrangements are being done by the Food Department for the people brought to the relief camps set up at Roshanlal Daipuria College Surpura, High School Vindwa, ITI Attar, Maghera, High School Ramakot by the District Administration. Medical teams are deployed with complete arrangements at all relief camps. Veterinarians have been deployed to treat animals. Collector Chhote Singh has canceled the holiday of all government officials and employees with immediate effect and has issued an order for all to return to work. Simultaneously, the personnel and officials associated with disaster management are fully cooperating. Similarly, security management institutes have been made available along with boat, boat, security guard, water resources, security officer of Setu Vikas Nigam, the entire staff of revenue is engaged in this campaign. Officers are in constant contact with wireless including mobile, telephone.
Sheopur Collector Basant Kurre told that the administration and police officials had worked hard to drive out the villagers in the border areas of Chambal river. For this task, an army was called from the army headquarters, in which the army gave its active support in the flood in the Chambal river and finalized the actions to bring the villagers of Samarasa surrounded by water boldly to a higher place. He said that due to less water flow in Chambal river, the work of the army has been completed. During the rescue of the army, great enthusiasm was reflected among the villagers. The Collector congratulated the work done by the army on behalf of the state government.
Superintendent of Police Nagendra Singh said that the army landed in Samarsa, Dantrada area of Chambal River in Sheopur district to evacuate the villagers directly. Army commenced operations for pre-action. Also through the rescue, the people of Samarasa were taken out of the filled water. The villagers were enthusiastic about the work done by the army. He hoped that now the army has arrived. Therefore our lives will be saved. The SP congratulated the Army for executing immediate operations in an unpleasant situation.