Flood in Ropar District: as water bodies overflow: Army deployed as flood conditions deteriorate in Ropar and Patiala: Punjabi rainfall Army deployed as flood conditions in Patiala and Ropar grew worse. Preneet Kaur, a former minister of external affairs who is currently a member of parliament from Patiala, assessed the city’s rain-affected districts on Sunday.The column will alter based on review. Columns at Rajpura town in the Patiala district have reportedly started removing residents of an elderly housing and fortifying the embankment to prevent a breach towards Rajpura, according to the spokesman.

Over 2,000 students were left trapped at Chitkara University due to the Ropar flood.

Over 2,000 students were left trapped at Chitkara University due to the flood in Ropar, and the Army is working to remove the flood water. According to the spokesman, “a total of 910 students were safely evacuated, and the remainder will be evacuated shortly.”

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The Army was sent on Monday to conduct evacuations

Flood in the Ropar district: as water bodies overflow. Army stationed in Chitkara University, Ropar floods As the flood situation in Punjab’s Ropar and Patiala districts worsened as a result of incessant rain and heavy river flow for the third day in a row, the Army was dispatched on Monday to conduct evacuations and take steps to prevent a breach of swollen water channels. An Army spokeswoman told IANS, “Requisition received from the Deputy Commissioners of Patiala and Ropar for assistance due to breach in river and canal.” Two columns and reconnaissance teams are still present to assess the situation. The Deputy Commissioner has reportedly been requisitioned for sealing the breach and assisting with the evacuation, according to the e spokeswoman. A team has been dispatched to Ropar to assess the circumstance.Flood in Ropar District: as water bodies overflow

Flood in Ropar District: as water bodies overflow

Preneet Kaur visited Sanjay Colony and the Ghalori Gate after the flood in Ropar.

Army stationed in Chitkara University, Ropar floods On Sunday, Preneet Kaur, a former minister of foreign affairs who is now a representative for Patiala, evaluated the areas of the city devastated by the recent rain. Preneet Kaur went to Sanjay Colony and Ghalori Gate, two areas close to Badi Nadi in Patiala. . Patiala has also been seriously affected, with waterlogging in many areas of the city. Flood in Ropar, Army deployed in Chitkara University.

The situation in Fatehgarh Sahi

The situation in Fatehgarh Sahib was getting worse since Sirhind Town’s seasonal choe was overflowing. The districts bordering Mohali district reported water logging, and Sirhind town also saw water logging due to rain, according to Fatehgarh Sahib Deputy Commissioner (DC) Parneet Kaur Gill. Flood in the Ropar district: as water bodies overflow.

Flood in Ropar District: as water bodies overflow

According to the spokesperson, columns at Rajpura town in the Patiala district have begun evacuating residents of an elderly residence and strengthening the embankment to prevent a breach toward Rajpura. At Chitkara University, where nearly 2,000 students were stuck, the Army is also removing flood water. The representative stated that “a total of 910 students were safely evacuated and the remainder will be evacuated shortly.”

Flood in Ropar District: as water bodies overflow

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