Sitrep-XII - National Disaster Management in India

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Sitrep-12
10 July, 2005: 1500 hours
th
F. No. 32-20/2005-NDM (I)
MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS
(NATIONAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT DIVISION)
Subject :-
South West Monsoon 2005 – Flood Situation report.
A comprehensive status report on the flood situation in different parts of
the country is given below:-
IMD
An upper air cyclonic circulation lies over Jharkahand and adjoining Orissa
extending upto 5.8 Km above sea level. The axis of the Monsoon trough is
passing through Ganganagar, Hissar, Kanpur Daltonganj and Cuttak. Light to
moderate rain/thundershowers are likely at many places over Uttranchal and
at few places over East Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and north Uttar
Pradesh during next 24 hours. Isolated rain/thundershowers also likely over
Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, rest Uttar Pradesh and West Madhya
Pradesh. The rainfall activity is likely to increase along the foothills of
Himalayas during next 3 to 4 days.
Central Water Commission
According to the Central Water Commission (CWC) report dated 10th
July 2005, there are No Unprecedented or High flood situation sites. There are
04 Moderate and 17 Low flood situation sites. The 04 moderate flood sites are
as under :
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
River Brahmaputra at Dibrugarh (Assam) is flowing at 104.70
meters against its danger level 104.24 meter with a rising trend.
River Dhansiri (South) at Golaghat is flowing at 77.48 meters as
against the danger level of 77.42 meters with a falling trend.
River Ganga at Ghazipur (Uttar Pradesh) is flowing at 63.36
meters against the danger level 63.11 meters with a falling trend.
River Ganga at Ballia (Uttar Pradesh) is flowing at 58.60 meters
against its danger level of 57.62 meters with a steady trend.
MAHARASHTRA
Heavy rains were reported between 0800 to 0930 pm in the night of 9th July
2005 in Digras Taluka of Yavatmal district which resulted in a flash floods
in the Dhawanda river. This resulted in the Waste weir of the Nandgavhan
Dam developing a breach.
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As per the reports received from the State Government, 07 persons i.e 03 from
Digras town and 02 each from Sigad and Sakri villages are reported to have
lost their lives, while 06 persons i.e 04 from Digras town and 01 each from
Sigad and Sakri villages are reported missing. Water entered the houses of
about 400 families, partially damaging their houses. About 1500 persons have
been evacuated to safer places and are being temporarily housed in Govt.
schools.
The water level in Dhawanda river has since receded and is flowing at
its normal level.
MADHYA PRADESH
1.
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Present position:
Situation has improved substantially in all affected districts, with the
flood water receeding in all the affected districts.
Though water has receded, about 25-30 villages in Panna district
are still inaccessible due to extensive damage to the roads and
bridges.
Disbursement of immediate relief to affected persons and restoration of
infrastructure is under progress.
Relief camps are being run for affected persons.
There is continuous monitoring of Health, Sanitation and drinking
water.
Restoration of infrastructure like road and bridges is being done in the
affected areas.
2. Extent of Damage
i.
No. and names of districts affected: 09 - [(1) Sagar, (2) Katni,
(3) Rewa, (4) Satna, (5) Jabalpur, (6) Damoh, (7) Narsinghpur, (8)
Panna, and (9) Chhattarpur
[02 deaths have also been reported in Vidisa district and 01 in Umaria
district due to heavy rains]
ii.
No. & Names of the districts severely affected: 2 – Damoh and Panna.
iii.
iv.
No. of villages affected:
No. of marooned villages:
624
25-30
v.
Urban areas affected:
06
vi.
Population affected:
12.00 lakh (9.5 lakh urban: 2.5 lakh rural)
vii.
Loss of human lives:
49
viii.
People missing:
13
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3.
Telecommunications:
 A large number of landline telephones have been restored and work is
going on. Land lines are still down in Sagar, Panna and Damoh
4.
Roads:
 Many local road links continue to be disrupted in Damoh and Panna
districts. State PWD is working for restoration of links on an emergency
basis.
5.
Drinking water:
 State Government is monitoring the supply of drinking water and
ensuring that water is provided to the marooned villages in particular.
6.
Rescue & Relief :
 Relief materials being air dropped in inaccessible villages.
 Relief camps operational : 142
 No. of people in relief camps: 29,359 [Panna: 10,400; Damoh: 6,000;
Katni: 4,300; Satna: 2580; Jabalpur: 2000 etc.]
7.
Health Situation:
 Medical Teams have been constituted in all affected districts to check
possible spread of infectious water borne diseases.
 Medical camps have been set up in Rewa and Satna.
8.
Army assistance:
 4 Army columns, 15 motor boats deployed in Panna, Sagar, Damoh
districts.
9.
Air Force assistance:
 02 helicopters have been deployed for relief and rescue operations in
Damoh and Panna districts. These 02 helicopters are required upto 11th
July 2005, by which time access through roads is expected to be restored
in all the affected districts.
10.
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Damage assessment:
Initial estimation of damage is being undertaken by the State
Government.
11.
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Requirements:
02 Helicopters for relief operations would be required till 11th July
2005.
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HIMACHAL PRADESH
 Water levels in Satluj, Beas, Ravi and other tributaries are receding.
 Manali-Leh road between Manali and Koksar & between Darcha &
Leh has been opened and all the stranded persons at Baralacha and
Sarchoo have been moved out to Leh and Jispa (Lahoul).
 Leh-Manali &Chandigarh-Manali road has been opened to vehicular
traffic.
 Koksar-Keylong-Darcha portion of Manali-Leh road is likely to open
in the next 3-4 days.
 Koksar-Kaza road between Grampho to Batal is still blocked and
likely to take 5-6 days to open.
 02 Air Force and 01 BSF and 01 State helicopter are engaged in relief
and rescue operations and evacuation of stranded persons.
JAMMU & KASHMIR
 In Srinagar division, the river Jhelum is flowing at 14.2 ft. as against
the danger level of 14 ft.
 The Chenab river is flowing at 27.2 ft. against the danger level of 35 ft.
with the trend rising .
 Water levels in all rivers in Jammu Division at Udhampur, Akhnur and
Doda are receding.
GUJARAT
 The flood situation in Gujarat has improved considerably.
 Total rainfall received is 625mm against the State average of 863 mm
which is 72.40 %.
 No River is reported to be flowing at its danger levels
Status of water level in dam: 58
 No. of dams in high alert – 39
 No. of dams on alert – 16
 No. of dams on warning level – 13
No. of Deaths reported : 213 and 11 persons are reported missing.
Population evacuated : 2.98 lakh :
Rail, Roads and Bridges:
 Rail traffic will be restored fully by 18th July, 2005.
 All roads except 16 State roads and 72 Panchayat roads have been
opened for normal vehicular traffic. Repair work is in progress for
restoration of the traffic on the above roads.
 Repair work is in progress on 02 bridges i.e on at Raidi (Amreli) and
at Limdi Dhandhuka road for their early restoration.
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Water Supply:
 Water supply has been restored in all the affected towns. Work is on to
restore water supply in the remaining 101 affected villages.
 184 Water Tankers are deployed for distribution of safe drinking water
in the flood affected areas.
Health Measures:
(i) Number of Medical Teams deployed : 1,244
(ii) Number of Medical Officers deployed : 521
(iii) Number of Para-Medical assistants deployed: 3,037
(iv) Chlorination done – tanks, wells etc. – 45,950
(v) Chlorine tablets distributed : 74.56 lakh
(vi) ORS packet distributed : 68,607
(vii) Bleaching powder distributed : 16,686 Kg.
 Ministry of Health and Family Welfare is monitoring the situation and is
in constant touch with the State counterparts. All the critical items
required by the State such as 220 MT of bleaching powder, about 1
crore of Chlorine tablets, anti malarials, I.V. fluids, antibiotics and anti
snake venom have been supplied. Rest of the items are under
procurement and would be supplied shortly.
 3 Central Public Health teams including epidemiologists and experts in
malaria, leptospirosis, plague reached Amhedabad on 6th/7th July, 2005
and are assisting the State health authorities for instituting appropriate
public health measures.
Carcasses disposal:
 More than 200 Technical Teams are engaged in the disposal of
carcasses. Services of Veterinary Colleges and Agricultural Universities
are also being taken for this purpose. So far, 2021 carcasses have been
disposed.
Relief stocks:
 Preparation and distribution of food packets through local initiatives is
continuing on a massive scale. Community kitchens and Langars have
been opened by NGOs. 210 MT of food packets and other material air
dropped till date. 13,50,838 food packets, 12.36 lakh water bottles and
water pouches have been distributed in the affected areas.
Damage assessment:
 Survey work for assessment of damage has commenced in all the flood
affected districts of Gujarat.
 Emergency relief is going on to provide financial assistance, cash doles,
household kits to the affected families.
 Ex-gratia for the deceased persons has been paid in 108 cases.
 A total financial assistance of Rs.14.60 crores has been paid to the
affected families.
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DETAILS OF CASH DOLES AND HOUSEHOLD KITS DISTRIBUTED.
Item
Persons/Families
Cash doles
Household kits
8,39,943 persons
71,720 families
Amount paid (Rs. in
Lakh)
775.84
649.07
 An Inter Ministerial Central Team will be visiting the State from
10th to 13th July, 2005 to assess the damage caused by heavy rains
and floods and requirement of funds for relief and rehabilitation
operations.
UTTAR PRADESH
 There was normal rainfall in the State.
 River Ganga at Ghazipur (Uttar Pradesh) is flowing at 63.36 meters
against the danger level 63.11 meters with a falling trend.
 River Ganga at Ballia (Uttar Pradesh) is flowing at 58.60 meters
against its danger level of 57.62 meters with a steady trend.
UTTARANCHAL
 All the rivers are flowing below danger level.
 The rivers Bhagirathi at Tehri and the Ganges at Devprayag,
Rishikesh and Hardwar have reported a marginal increase in their
water levels. However all these rivers are flowing below their danger
levels.
ASSAM
 River Brahmaputra at Dibrugarh (Assam) is flowing at 104.70
meters against its danger level 104.24 meter with a rising trend.
 Rainfall has been reported at Guwahati and Tinsukia.
 The breach reported in the embankment at Karimganj has been repaired.
DELHI
 The water level in Yamuna river was 204.71 meters at 1300 hrs as
against the warning level of 204.00 meters and the danger level of
204.83 meters. The water level has since receded to 203.91 meters at
1600 hrs.
 People living in Chillagaon and Old Railway Bridge have been
evacuated and shifted to safer places.
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General :
The situation in the States/UTs of: (1) Andhra Pradesh, (2) Arunachal
Pradesh, (3) Bihar (4) Chattisgarh, (5) Goa, (6) Haryana (7) Jharkhand
(8) Karnataka, (9) Meghalaya, (10) Mizoram,
(11) Manipur (12)
Nagaland, (13) Orissa, (14) Punjab, (15) Rajasthan, (16) ) Sikkim (17)
Tamil Nadu (18) Tripura, (19) West Bengal (20) Andaman & Nicobar
Islands, (21) Chandigarh, (22) Daman & Diu (23) Dadra Nagar Haveli
(24) Pondicherry and (25) Lakshadweep is reported to be normal.
(Ashim Khurana)
Joint Secretary (DM)
Tel.No.23092456/Fax.No.23093465
Mobile.9810093411
e.mail: [email protected]
Distribution:
1.
Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister ( Shri T K A Nair)
2.
Cabinet Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, Rashtrapati Bhawan
3.
Private Secretary to the Prime Minister (Shri BVR Subrahmanyam).
4.
Prime Minister’s Office (Shri Sanjay Mitra, Joint Secretary).
5.
Cabinet Secretariat (Shri Shatrughana Singh, Joint Secretary).
Copy to:1.
PS to HM/PS to MOS(R).
2.
PS to HS/PPS to Secretary (BM)/JS (DM)/Director (PR)/DS
(NDM.I)/IOC, MHA/Master Folder.
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