Biparjoy’s havoc in MP: Hospitals in Gwalior and Morena were filled with water, policemen’s houses were washed away, two-storey house collapsed in Bhind

The effect of cyclonic storm Biparjoy is being seen in Madhya Pradesh. Storm in many districts of the state And Rain The cycle continues. In this episode, due to late night rains in Gwalior city, there has been water logging in the district hospital Murar. Due to rains in Morena district too, the hospital premises have been waterlogged. Thunderstorm and rain in Bhind district The two-storey house collapsed. It is a matter of pride that no one was harmed by this incident.

Karan Mishra. Intermittent rains in Gwalior for the last 12 hours have exposed the claims of the Municipal Corporation with water-logging in many areas of the city. On the other hand, the biggest problem has been seen in the district hospital Murar, where the hospital campus was flooded. Due to this situation, patients and their attendants are facing great difficulty in commuting. It has been told that this situation has arisen due to complete failure of the drainage system. The video of patients and attendants who are troubled by this water filled in the District Hospital Murar premises is also going viral on social media.

Biporjoy’s havoc in MP! House collapsed due to incessant rains, 2 women injured, village became island, alert in these districts today

It is worth noting that Minister in-charge Tulsi Silavat has expressed displeasure in the past regarding the plight of the District Hospital Murar, but even after this, far from repairing its arrangements, the District Hospital seems to be inundated only in light rains. Due to which the conditions of management are visible somewhere. Let us tell you that the cyclonic storm Biparjoy has caused huge destruction in Gujarat and Rajasthan. Now its effect is also visible in Madhya Pradesh. According to the Meteorological Department, the weather will remain like this in the state for two days. That is, the cyclonic storm will remain active in MP till June 22.

two storey house collapsed

NK Bhatele, Bhind. The district also received rains with strong winds since last night. Due to the rains, a two-storey house in ward number-38 has collapsed. According to the information, his second brother was getting his house constructed next to Rajkumar Ojha, who lives in Ward No.-38, near Ater Road Bamba’s culvert in Bhind. For this, he had dug a 10 feet deep pit next to the house of Rajkumar Ojha to make the basement.

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As a result of which the foundation of the house became weak, the pit got filled with water and cracks started appearing in the house. Seeing any possible accident, Rajkumar Ojha came out of the house and was sleeping with the family. Then suddenly his two-storey house collapsed in the morning. Goods worth Rs 7-8 lakh kept in the house got buried under the debris. Rajkumar Ojha has suffered a loss of Rs 25 lakh due to house collapse.

water logging in health center

Manoj Upadhyay, Morena. Due to heavy rains in the district, Porsa Community Health Center got waterlogged. Hundreds of patients visit the health center every day, but due to heavy rains, the patients and their relatives are worried due to water logging in the premises. Doctors have told that due to lack of drainage, the condition of the hospital premises remains the same every year during the rainy season.

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Here, rain water filled the quarters of ASI and constable posted at Porsa police station to such an extent that AC, cooler, fridge, washing machine along with eatables got ruined. Tell that a new building was constructed for the police station and new quarters were also constructed. But till date ASI and constables have not been allowed to stay in them. This is the reason why the ASI and the constables lost lakhs of rupees due to late night rains.

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