Flood Punjab | BSF conducted rescue operations in flood-affected villages of Ferozepur.

Punjab flood
BSF personnel evacuate affected people with boats.

Jalandhar (Sachhoon News). The Border Security Force (BSF) has launched a rescue operation in the flood-stricken border villages of Ferozepur due to the incessant rainfall in Punjab and the release of water from several dams and weirs. A spokesman for the BSF said on Wednesday that several districts were experiencing flooding due to the rain. He said that due to heavy rainfall in the area and water released from harryke head (barrage), border villages under Ferozepur district are also at risk of flooding. Flooding in Punjab

The Sutlej River flowing in the border area of ​​Firozpur district is flowing with high water flow and several border villages Kalu Wala, Tindi Wala, Nihala Wala, Nihala Labera and other villages along the bank of Sutlej River have also been flooded. to stand. Given the current situation, deployed forces from BSF in coordination with the Civil Administration and the District Police are conducting rescue and evacuation operations for civilians in border villages using BSF Water Wing and BSF boats. In addition, senior officers of the Border Security Force are in contact with the district administration for rescue and relief work. BSF commanders are also in touch with the civil authorities involved to provide any assistance possible.

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