UP Schools closed due to Rain: It is raining heavily in many districts of UP. The Meteorological Department has issued an alert of heavy rain for the next two days.

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UP Schools closed due to Rain: It is raining heavily in many districts of UP. The Meteorological Department has issued an alert of heavy rain for the next two days.
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UP Schools closed: Meanwhile, schools up to class VIII have been closed in Bareilly, Shahjahanpur and Pilibhit. After the order of the DM was issued, the parents of the children have been informed about the closure of the school.

DM order in Bareilly

In the order issued by the DM in Bareilly, it has been said that keeping in view the excessive and continuous rain, holiday is declared on July 8, 2024 in all council schools, government, non-government aided and schools recognized by all boards in the district from class 1 to 8.

Schools closed in Shahjahanpur
In Shahjahanpur, schools from class one to VIII of all boards have been ordered to remain closed till July 9. BSA said that on the instructions of the DM, schools will not open on Monday and Tuesday. Orders have been issued to all the schools in this regard.

Schools closed in Pilibhit too

Due to rain in Pilibhit too, schools from class one to eight have been closed today i.e. on July 8. Schools have sent information about this to all the children and parents.

Flood like situation due to continuous rain

After six days of rain, flood like situation has arisen in many areas of Bareilly. Many areas of wards like Hajiapur, Sanjay Nagar, Siklapur, Durganagar, Ashoknagar, Subhashnagar are submerged in water.

Drainage is completely closed here. Many people have locked their houses and gone to their relatives’ place, while some are thinking of going. Those who are here are imprisoned in their homes.

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The situation has become so bad that the water accumulated on the roads and streets has started giving foul smell. Now the fear of diseases has started haunting.

Villages situated on the banks of the river in Shahjahanpur are alert

The water level of the rivers has increased due to the rain in Shahjahanpur for a week. Regarding this, the district administration has asked the people of the villages situated on the banks of Ganga, Ramganga, Garra and Khannaut rivers to be cautious and the concerned officials to remain alert.

Kalan, Jalalabad tehsils are most prone to floods. The flood posts established by the administration there have been activated.

The flood control room and the District Disaster Management Authority are reporting these posts daily and sending the report to the government.

Flood threat in Pilibhit

There are flood-like conditions in Pilibhit as well. Due to continuous rain in the mountains, two lakh 34 thousand cusecs of water has been released into the Sharda river from the Banavasa barrage.

Due to which the risk of floods has increased in Madhotanda and Hazara areas. Due to water entering the low-lying areas, the administration and police officials have alerted the villagers.

Apart from this, due to the release of five thousand cusecs of water into the Devha river from the Duni Dam and continuous rain in the city, the Devha and Khakra rivers are also in spate. However, both the rivers are still flowing below the danger mark.

Impact on train operations
The continuous rain for two days in Lakhimpur Kheri district has affected the train operations of the railways. Four passenger trains had to be cancelled due to waterlogging on the Mailani-Nanpara meter gauge route while the distance of two trains was reduced.

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Train operations were halted for about seven hours due to a tree falling on the track of the Mailani-Lucknow broad gauge rail section.

Affected trains
Four trains running on Sunday were cancelled and the distance of two trains was reduced keeping in view the safety of passengers on the Mailani-Nanpara section.

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