Ganga water-level rises as well; NDRF on toes for pilgrims visiting during Sawan month

30 Jul 2018 09:00 AM

Ganga water-level rises as well; NDRF on toes for pilgrims visiting during Sawan month

Updated 30 Jul 2018 09:00 AM

Due to consistent rain in India during monsoon, the water bodies were swelling day by day. To top it, water from Hathinikund was released. This is why the water level rose in Ganga and Yamuna. Delhi is on high-alert as well as the flood danger lurks over the Indian capital. 
This report is from Varanasi where NDRF is ready to tackle any kind of situation and would be helping pilgrims visiting the ghat during Sawan month. The water level in Ganga rose by 3 to 4 metres

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