Ganga crossed the danger mark at Gandhi Ghat in Patna at 6 am on Monday. The danger mark here is 48.60 metres, while the Ganges was flowing at 48.62 metres. Here the water level of Ganga reached two centimeters above the danger mark. The water level here was stable till 5 pm by the district administration.
Ganga can cross the danger mark at Hathidah at any time
The danger mark in Hathidah is 41.76 meters, where the water level of the Ganges was 41.68 meters at 6 am on Monday. It increased to 41.74 meters at 6 pm. Here the Ganges was just two centimeters below the danger mark. After Gandhi Ghat, now the Ganges can cross the danger mark at Hathidah at any time.
Water also increased in Maner, Fatua
On the other hand, the danger mark of Ganga in Maner is 52.00 meters, where the water level of Ganga was 51.54 meters at 6 am. The water level rose to 51.57 meters at 4 pm. By this time the water level rose by three centimeters. Here the Ganges is flowing less than half a meter from the danger mark. The danger mark at Digha Ghat is 50.45 metres, where it was flowing with a water level of 49.78 metres. The water level here remained the same till 5 pm. The danger mark at Fatuha's Katayaghat is 47 meters, where the water level of the Ganges was 46.90 meters at 6 am.
district administration alert
In other places too, the Ganges is overflowing. In such a situation, there is a danger of flood in Patna. Water is rising in Maner, Gandhi Ghat, Hathidah. At the same time, the water at Digha Ghat is stagnant. Water is either rising or stagnant in all the Ganga Ghats of Patna. The embankments of the district were secure till Monday evening. The security wall of Patna city was also safe. At the same time, Patna district administration has issued an alert in view of the threat of flood. People have been appealed not to go into the river. It has been said by the administration that the situation is being monitored continuously. In view of the threat of flood, all necessary preparations have been completed.
Water came from Bind Toli to Ghats
Due to the rise in the water level of Ganga in the city, Kurji Bind Toli has been flooded. Dozens of houses of Bind Toli are also filled with water. People have been forced to move out and live on the road and other places. About 500 people live in this area. Apart from Bind Toli, Ganga has reached near Ashok Rajpath in Digha, Kurji and LCT Ghats.