DC met with flood-affected people in the villages of Alamgir, Sarsini and Khajur Mandi
- The Ghaggar River Gap Will Be Filled Soon: Ashika Jain | Punjab flood
Alamgir/Derabassi (To be honest/MK Shaina). Residents of Mohali district have some relief from the rain after four days. Deputy Commissioner Ashika Jain said on Tuesday that the breach in Ghaggar’s Alamgir Dam will be repaired soon. He said the water gradually began to recede. Now only the fields are flooded, while the houses are safe. Punjab flood
Together with SSP Dr. Sandeep Garg, ADC (UD) Damandeep Singh Mann and SDM Himanshu Gupta, he drove a tractor to meet and encourage the people of the flooded village of Khajur Mandi. SSP dr. Sandeep Garg, ADC (UD) Damandeep Singh Mann and SDM Himanshu Gupta visited the flood-stricken areas of Alamgir, Sarsini and Khajoor Mandi with him and said there was no damage from the flooding of rice crops in nearby villages. This is because the people of these villages were already aware of the condition of the dam and the situation due to the rising water in the Ghaggar.
He said this is to warn people of potential gaps due to increased water flow. The DC said it was announced in the past three days. He said that for this reason, the people of these villages were already alert and with the coordination of the administration, all the people were rescued in time. Some of them were transferred to the relief camp set up in Laldu, while some remained in safer places in their villages. He said that due to this gap, the nearby villages of Alamgir, Sadhanwala, Dandehra, Khajur Mandi, Tiwana, Bahora and Bahori etc. have also been affected. Punjab flood
DC Ashika Jain appreciated the services of NDRF and the army
DC Aashika Jain appreciated the services of NDRF and army in rescuing the residents of the area but said that NDRF and army personnel were actually deployed in other places in the district such as Rakoli, Roorka, Gulmohar City Extension, Derabassi is disappeared. The administration has worked together in an exemplary manner to move people from the areas to safer places. Punjab flood
He directed the tax and rural development officials who engaged in relief and rescue work to ensure an uninterrupted supply of drinking water and other food products for the residents living in their homes. He said NDRF and army personnel will remain stationed here until the situation returns to normal. The roads were under water, so traffic would resume after the water level receded, he added. Until then, help and medical care will be provided by means of tractors.
On the other hand, SSP Dr. Sandeep Garg that the police personnel have been instructed to cooperate wholeheartedly in the efforts of the district administration so that there is no shortage of manpower in rescue operations. He said that police personnel not only monitored the situation, but also actively participated in other rescue and relief operations along with the civilian administration. On this occasion, he interacted with the sarpanch of the water-surrounded village of Sirsini and the people of Khajur Mandi and secured all possible assistance from the administration. Punjab flood
While visiting Alamgir, Sarsini and Khajoor Mandi, the DC assured residents of full cooperation from the administration and said that SDM Derabassi Himanshu Gupta has inventoried the situation and ongoing work to strengthen Tiwana Dam. Who have camped there for the past few days.
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