Uttarakhand, 19/6(Ao Bureau)Due to heavy rains in all the hilly areas of the state, the rivers have become very difficult. According to the latest news, many low-lying areas of Srinagar and Pauri Garhwal have been submerged in water. In fact, due to the rapid rise in the water level of the Alaknanda river, the river has sprung up at many places and is flowing by breaking the banks. While the Alaknanda has submerged many low-lying areas, concern has increased in Rishikesh with the water level of the Ganges reaching the danger mark. The local administration and disaster management department has issued an alert there.
Giving the latest news, news agency ANI has told that due to the increase in the flow of the Alaknanda river, the low-lying areas have been hit and flood-like situation is being created. Earlier, there was news of alert issued by the State Control Room regarding the water level of Alaknanda. Along with Rishikesh, there are reports of rivers reaching the verge of turning rough in Pithoragarh, Almora, Pauri Garhwal and Chamol
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