Bihar Flood Situation Report 26th July 2011
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Decrease in rate rainfall has been reported since last two days which leads to continued recede in water level.
The flood situation in Bakura, Bhargawa, Dwalakh,Mahpatia, Persauni, Gajgaon,Bassipatti, Karhara
panchayats of Madhepur block has shifting towards normal.
Development Commissioner visited the flood area and observed the field situation, ordered the concerned
officials for providing relief and response to 11 displaced families in Janki Nagar panchayat. 745 people
have been evacuated and 93 polythene sheets have been distributed by the local government.

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Bihar Flood Situation Report 26th July 2011 Bihar Flood Situation Report 26th July 2011 Document Transcript

  • Situation Report: 7, North Bihar Floods Dated: 26 July 2011, 18:00 hrsReviewed by: Mr. Sanjay PandeyPrepared by: Mr. Jeevan KumarCurrent Situation:All the rivers are flowing below danger level except Bagmati at Benibad DL48.68AL48.76 Adhawara Groupat Kamtaul DL 50.00 AL 50.80 and Kosi at Baltara DL33.85 AL 34.47.2.Madhubani:Decrease in rate rainfall has been reported since last two days which leads to continued recede in water level.The flood situation in Bakura, Bhargawa, Dwalakh,Mahpatia, Persauni, Gajgaon,Bassipatti, Karharapanchayats of Madhepur block has shifting towards normal.Development Commissioner visited the flood area and observed the field situation, ordered the concernedofficials for providing relief and response to 11 displaced families in Janki Nagar panchayat. 745 peoplehave been evacuated and 93 polythene sheets have been distributed by the local government.0.50 lakh people form 18 villages, 10 panchayats of Madhepur block have been affected by flood erosion.People have been resided at higher places and loss of property has estimated about 0.75 lakh ruppes.1543people have been evacuated and taken shelters on uplands at nearby areas. 55 boats have provided and 297piece polythene sheets have been distributed.3. Muzaffarpur:Fluctuation in water levels in rivers have been observed due to continued rainfall in the district. Near theKoiriahi Ghat of Aurai block, the Lakhandei River embankment has breached at two places. Water enteredin Rajkhand north, Koiriahi, Ramnagra, Balia, Basatpur, Ram Khetai etc. More the a dozen of villages leadsto damage of crops on thousands acres of land. Water entered in 50 houses of Ramkhetari village of thisblock.About half dozen villages have been inundated near the Benipatti block due to flooding of Dhaush River.Road communication stopped at Madhubani-Pupari and Basaid-Sahar due to water inundation on the roads.51 boats have been provided by the district administration in 12 villages, 8 panchayats of Katra and Auraiblocks for the evacuation of people at safer places.4. East Champaran:Water level recedes and road communication has returned to normal. The Kaisre Hind embankment atRamgarhwa at Bangari River breached earlier is being revamping by the villagers volunteer service.5. West Champaran : 1757 people of 17 villages of 7 panchayats of Madhubani, Nautan and Yogapatti have been affected by theerosion due to flood. 17 boats is being operated, 73 quintal rice and 11.65 lakh cash incentive have beenFlood Situation Report: July 26, 2011 Page 1
  • Situation Report: 7, North Bihar Floods Dated: 26 July 2011, 18:00 hrsdistributed among the affected people. Along with this 13 quintal Sugar, 216 Matches and 1258 polythenesheets have been distributed.6. Gopalganj :31 thousand population, 21 villages of 8 panchayats of Gopalganj block have been affected,2 governmentowned and 16 private boats have been provided for rescue operations.7. Saharsa : 1336 population, 11 villages, 9 panchayats of Navhatta, Simari Bakhtiarpur, Khalkhua and Mahesi blockshave been affected. 287 huts have been devastated. The estimated cost of these huts has estimated up to 10lakh 54 thousand rupees. 25 boats, 52.50 quintal wheat, 52.50 quintal rice and 2.36 lakh cash incentives and105 polythene sheets have been distributed.8. SitamarhiRainfall rate decreases which result into receding of water levels in the villages of Sursand and Belsandblocks, road communication has been normalized.9. Madhepura: 201 population, 4 villages, 4 panchayats of Chausa block has been affected. 32 houseshave been devastated. The estimated cost of these huts has estimated up to 50 lakh 54 thousand rupees. 16boats are being operated.10. Supaul: 44 thousand population, 60 villages, 20 panchayats of Saraigarh, Kishanpur and Nirmali blockshave been affected. 61 huts have been devastated. The estimated cost of these huts has estimated up to 4.10lakh . 106 boats are being operated, a health centre is serviceable, 1500 population have been evacuated and61 polythene sheets have been distributed.11. Purnea : 2285 population, 38 villages, 33 panchayats of Baisa, Baisi and Amour blocks have beenaffected. 281 houses have been devastated. 13 boats are being operated, 117.5 quintal wheat, 117.5 quintalrice and 3.63 lakh rupees as incentive have been distributed.Source : • Daily flood report of Department of Disaster Management, Govt. of Bihar • Grassroots activists and the members of Bihar IAG. • Media ReportsFlood Situation Report: July 26, 2011 Page 2