Madhya Pradesh Floods/ Monsoon Rains: Narmada river crosses danger mark in Hoshangabad, low-lying settlements evacuated

Hoshangabad: After three years, the Narmada River crossed the danger mark of 964 feet. The water level at Sethani Ghat reached 966.5 feet on Tuesday midnight. The siren was played as soon as Narmada crossed the danger mark. 

Evacuation of lower settlements began at night. Hoshangabad Commissioner Arke Mishra said that he is in touch with the army and NDRF. Hoshangabad has lost contact with Bandrabhan. Harda road is blocked by floodwater of Hathed River. Late in the night, four families of Mahima Nagar reached the relief camp.

Khandwa loses road connectivity with Bhopal

Indore had lost road connectivity with Bhopal. Now, Khandwa has also lost road connectivity with Bhopal. Due to the opening of 12 gates of Indira Sagar Dam on Tuesday, traffic on Narmada Nagar bridge that is on way to Bhopal via Ashta-Dewas has been stopped. Traffic is already closed on the Mortakka bridge on the Indore-Ichapur highway.

Nagda: Two people died due to lightning

Krishi Upaj Mandi former president Harisingh Gurjar’s only son Karan Singh (23) and nephew Arjun Singh (32), died when the lightning struck them. Both the cousins ​​were returning from the farm, when this tragedy occurred.

Raisen: Teen dies making tick talk video

16-year-old Shamim died by drowning in a pond on the hill of the fort. He was making a tick talk video by jumping into the pond while performing a stunt. There were four or five children with him.

Vidisha: Betwa’s water level 1370 feet, Ashoknagar road closed for 3 days

The Betwa River remained above the danger mark for the third day. Its water level was 1370 feet on Tuesday. Vidisha-Ashok Nagar road is closed for three days and Vidisha-Raisen road is closed for 9 days.