Subarnarekha River Water Level Breaches Danger Mark, Flood Threat Looms Over Balasore


Bhubaneswar: Incessant rains triggered by low pressure over the Bay of Bengal and crossed the north Odisha coast have resulted in floods in Subarnarekha.

As per reports, the Subernarekha river is flowing at 10.24 metres at Rajghat in Balasore against the danger level of 10.36 metres.

Hundreds of villages in Baliapal, Bhograi and Jaleswar blocks are likely to be submerged if the river level rises in this way.

The families residing in the low-lying areas have been alerted. The people who are living across the river are in a panic state as the embankment condition is very weak.

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