spent the night at the relief camp warming the campfire; No clothes to wear, no food. The night was spent heating a fire at the relief camp; The fear of floods was so great that even children stayed up all night

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Rohit Srivastava/Nilendra Patel. Bhopal6 minutes ago

Torrential rains in Bhopal have forced many families to stay in relief camps. In the relief camps, the administration immediately arranged accommodation and food, but their house was destroyed by rainwater. After the flood waters recede, the administration will shift them to their homes, but now they are facing livelihood crisis.

This pain is not of any flood victim but of 8 families of Mahamai Ka Bagh, staying at Habibia School Aid Center in Bhopal. In the relief camp, the night for these families was spent only awake. The fear of floods was clearly visible even among the innocent children. He stayed up late in the camp and insisted on going home.

Find out from the people staying at the school how their night went…

7-year-old boy spending the night warming a campfire with his family at 13:00 at Habibiya school camp Nilesh He said he can’t sleep because of the water. I am completely wet. His mother Kesar Bai, who was sitting near Nilesh, said the house was flooded, so he has been shifted to school.

Sonia Rajak says the house is flooded. No food, no water. He has been sitting since morning hungry and thirsty. We brought people to the camp on Monday at 5 pm. Food was available at camp at night. Anushka and her younger sister Tanishka are sad about not going to school.

Anushka He said: He couldn’t go to school because of the water. There was a lot of water in the house. Mother took us out of the town carrying her on her lap. We really want to go home. right there Chanda Devi Now she is worried about running the household. She says: There is nothing left in our house. All the household belongings were ruined. what will you do now The clothes, the rations have been spoiled. Now what you will eat is the only concern. At the moment, there is no guarantee of any help from the government. I have been living in Mahamai Ka Bagh for 40 years. There are always floods in this area.

Eight families from Mahamai Ka Bagh spent the night at Habibiya School.

The young man turned the table into a bed
In the camp itself, in the classroom, the students’ tables are laid out like beds. Ankit Khatik Houses are said to have been filled with water. The fridge was filled with water. All things were ruined in the water. We changed here by locking the house. Our father has gone to see the water in the town. If there is a little less left, we will return to our home.

Flood situation every 5 years
living in the garden of Mahamayi Baijnath Khatik The age is 75 years. Baijnath says there is a flood every 5 years. Every time the administration rescues him and his family. There have been 12 rescues since childhood. Each time you have to stay in the relief camp for two or three days. But the government has no answer for this.

Help is called in the morning, rescue in the evening
According to Baijnath Khatik, water from the heavy rain that was falling on the houses in the colony since the intervening night of Sunday Monday had started entering by 8 am. Since then, calling different phones and asking for help from the administration. But relief came around 4:30 p.m. Then he could get out of the flood water somewhere.

The people staying at the relief camp made the students' beds in the classroom.

The people staying at the relief camp made the students’ beds in the classroom.

Calls continued to come into the disaster management center overnight
around 3 in the afternoon daily newspaper The team reached the Disaster Management Center of the Municipal Corporation, Fatehgarh. 7 employees found in the control room. Set operator Mohammadi Shafi said 102 complaints have been received from Monday morning to 3 pm. These include complaints of falling trees, waterlogging, fire due to short circuit. Most of the complaints come from the old city. Small children were trapped due to water logging in Taj Colony, they were later rescued.

The Disaster Management Centre, Fatehgarh, has received 102 complaints from Monday morning to 3 pm.

The Disaster Management Centre, Fatehgarh, has received 102 complaints from Monday morning to 3 pm.

Power cut in 500 colonies
On the other hand, the electricity supply of 500 colonies closed on the intervening night of Sunday Monday could not be restored until 3.30 pm from Monday to Tuesday. Merchants suffered the most because of this. Most establishments remained closed. Darkness prevailed in most areas of many commercial areas including Govindpura Industrial Area, MP Nagar, New Market. However, the employees of the Electricity Department were kept busy in improving electricity throughout the city. Employees repairing electricity in Nehru Nagar area said we are working since night. One by one the power of all the places is being improved.

At the camp, the children kept insisting on going home all night.  The children spent the night warming up a campfire.

At the camp, the children kept insisting on going home all night. The children spent the night warming up a campfire.

Areas where the water filled in the morning, emptied at night
On Monday, in areas where flooding conditions prevailed during the day, after the rain stopped overnight, water receded in those areas. Ashoka Garden, Kolhua Kalan, Aitkhedi, Lambakheda, Kolar, Lalita Nagar, Nayapura, Bavdia Kalan, Danishkunj, Mandakini, Shahpura, Karaund, Bhanpur, Shivnagar Chola, Aishbagh, Chandbad Bajaria, Tila Jamalpura, Jagdishpur, Islam Nagar, People got flood relief in other areas like Misrod, Bagsewaniya, Bagh Mughalia, Danish Nagar, Arera Colony, Nehru Nagar, Gomti Colony, Indrapuri, Aakriti Eco Green City, Neelbad, Ratibad.

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