Yamuna River Aftermath: Hindon River’s Water Level Rises, Ghaziabad City Forest Submerged

City Forest Park Closed for Public Safety as Water Levels Surge, Villages and Colonies Along Hindon River Experience Inundation

Ghaziabad : Following the recent increase in water levels in the Hindon River, Ghaziabad is facing a critical situation as the water overflows into nearby settlements, including the famous City Forest Park. The swift and forceful flow of the Hindon River has forced authorities to take precautionary measures and close down the park until further notice.

The picturesque City Forest Park, known for its boating, jungle safaris, food court, and children’s entertainment, has been entirely engulfed by the rising waters from the Hindon River. Visitors and tourists have been barred from entering the park due to the severe flooding. The water level has surged, making the area hazardous and unsuitable for any recreational activities.

The Hindon River’s rising water levels have also caused distress in several villages and colonies situated along its banks. The village of Surana in Muradnagar, Ghaziabad, is among those facing the brunt of the situation. The water has started seeping into homes, causing anxiety among the residents, who are now contemplating the possibility of relocating to safer areas.

Local authorities are closely monitoring the situation and coordinating efforts to assist those affected. However, with the water level continuing to rise, the challenges are mounting. The Hindon River’s alarming surge has not only impacted the recreational and residential areas but has also raised concerns about the river’s overall water management and the need for proper flood control measures.

Authorities are urging residents in vulnerable areas to exercise caution and follow evacuation orders, if necessary, to ensure their safety. The situation remains fluid, and more updates will follow as the authorities assess the ongoing developments.

With Hindon River’s water level showing no signs of receding, it is crucial for residents to stay vigilant and take appropriate measures to mitigate the impacts of this unexpected natural calamity.

Stay tuned for further updates on the Hindon River’s water level and its effects on Ghaziabad.

Umesh Kumar

Umesh is a senior journalist with more than 15 years of experience. Freelance photo journalist with some leading newspapers, magazines, and news websites and is now associated with Local Post as Consulting Editor

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