No Cremation Performed Since A Day As Burial Site At Nigambodh Ghat Flooded

20 Aug 2019 01:31 PM

No Cremation Performed Since A Day As Burial Site At Nigambodh Ghat Flooded

Updated 20 Aug 2019 01:31 PM

The Ganga, Yamuna, Ghaghara and several other rivers were in spate in Uttar Pradesh on Monday due to heavy rains in neighbouring states, leading to floods in low-lying areas that left one person dead. According to the Central Water Commission, the Yamuna is flowing above the danger mark in Auraiya and Jalaun; while the Ganga in Badaun; the Chambal river at Palia Kalan in Lakhimpur Kheri; and the Ghaghara are flowing above the red mark.

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