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Heavy Loss due to Flood July Ambala

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					   District: AMBALA




Heavy Loss due to
      Flood
    July 2010

                  Presented by
                       Sameer Pal Srow, I.A.S.,
                       Deputy Commissioner, Ambala
            District Profile Ambala

• No. of Sub-Division            : 3 (Ambala, Barara & Naraingarh)
• No. of Villages                : 499 (Revenue)
• No. of Blocks                  : 6 (Ambala-I, Ambala-II, Barara,
                                   Naraingarh, Sahzadpur, Saha)
•   No. of Tehsi l               : 3 (Ambala, Barara, Naraingarh)
•   No of Sub-Tehsil             : 4 (Ambala Cantt, Saha, Mullana,
                                   Sahzadpur)
•   No. of Municipalities        : 1 Naraingarh
•   No. of Municipal Corporation : 1 Ambala
•   Total Population             : 10,13,660
•   Total Area                   : 1568.85 sq km
•   Agriculture Area             : 1,33,471 Hec.
            Cause of Flood
Rain

Date         Amount (MM)         Progressive (MM)
1-7-2010             1.0                 1.0
2-7-2010             3.0                 4.0
3-7-2010             0.0                 4.0
4-7-2010             0.4                 4.4
5-7-2010            139.2               143.6
6-7-2010            177.0               320.6
7-7-2010            233.2               553.8
8-7-2010             0.0                553.8
9-7-2010             0.0                553.8
10-7-2010            0.0                553.8
11-7-2010           19.4                573.2
12-7-2010              39.6             612.8
                 (till 0530 h)
13-7-2010            9.6                622.4
             Cause of Flood


• Note: Beside heavy downpour from 6/7/2010
  onwards, around 20, breaches in rivers and
  seasonal rivulets (i.e. Pachis dhara flowing in
  from punjab side) caused major flood)
20 Breaches in Tangri River and
       other tributaries
            at Village
  Shahpur, Dhanora, Alaudin
Majra,Majri,Gorsian,Bishangarh,
   Segta,Niharsi,Jansui etc.
    Flood affected urban area




• 06-07-2010 onwards
  – Vast areas of Ambala City and Ambala Cantt
    remained submerged under water for couple
    of days.
               Flood affected rural areas
1. Naggal.       16. Sultanpur        31.Mardosahab   46.Metlah           61 Jetpura
2. Hasanpur.     17. Khurmpur Majri   32.Devinagar    47.Rasulpur         62 Jandheri
3. Sakhron       18. Liharsha         33.Ghel         48.MiyanMajra       63 Kalavad
4. Adumajra      19. Dudyana          34Jalalpur      49.Alluhdin Majra   64 Danipur
5. Ismailpur     20. Baknour          35Bhuni         50 Niharsa          65 Jansua
6. Dangarian     21. Lohgarh          36.Kakru        51 Bamba            66 Gorsian
7. Amipur        22. Sadopur          37Manakpur      52.Mehmoodpur       67 Munda
                                                                             Majra
8. Tar           23. Dangdehri        38.Dhanyora     53 Panjola          68 Chugna
9. Nadyali       24. Patti Jattan     39.Dhanyori     54 Khurchanpur      69 Ojalan
10. Mastpur      25. Patti Rangran    40.Kaleran      55 Lotan            70 Badola
11. Sagta        26. Patti Sekhan     41.Udaipur      56 Mehlan           71 Badoli
12. Sagti        27. Majri            42.Nakatpur     57 Sonta            72 Himayupur
13. Bishangarh   28.Mallour           43.Bahanpur     58 Sonti            73. Bhurangpur
14. Khera        29.Jansui            44.Jagoli       59 Delumajra        74 Daudpur
15. Bedsa        30.Laliyana          45 Shekhupur    60 Batrohan
• Agriculture Land of Ambala under water 4684 Hectares

• Urban Population affected       - 3.70 lacs (Total)
      • Ambala City               - 2.05
      • Ambala Cantt              - 1.65

• Rural Population affected
      • Approximately 50,000
           Loss of Human Lives: 11
Sr. No Name             Village        Tehsil   Cause
1.    Rajnish Sharma    Ambala Cantt   Ambala   Elec. Shock
2.    Bhupinder Singh   Boh            Ambala   Drowning
3.    Abhishek          Sarsehri       Ambala   Drowning
4.    Ranjeet Singh     Ambala         Ambala   Drowning
5.    Kuljeet Singh     Kot Kuchhwa    Ambala   Drowning
                        Khurd
6.    Amit Kumar        Ambala City    Ambala   Elec. Shock


7.    Upinder Parshad   Ambala Cantt   Ambala   Elec. Shock


8.    Tejinder Singh    Sohana         Barara   Elec. Shock
9.    Kaka/Hans Raj     Panjokhera     Ambala   Drowning


10.   Balram Singh      Panjokhera     Ambala   Drowning


11.   Sher singh        Jalalpur       Ambala   Drowning
 Loss of livestock & Damage to Houses


• Four buffalos deaths have been reported
• Around 248 no. of houses have suffered
  damages & further survey is under progress.
• Damage of houses in urban area is being taken
  up but it is tentatively more than 500
          Loss of Govt. Property


                        UHBVN/HVPN
UHBVN
1.   No.of damages to poles(80),DT’s(100),HT/LT Cables(8)& other
     damages like store items ,meters and construction etc - 511
2.   No.of Damages to repair workshop/general workshop -3304

     Total Loss       - Rs.605 lacs i.e. Rs.6.05 crore
HVPN
             Damage of Roads


PWD(B&R)
1.   275 roads damaged & 21 road cuts-tentative
     loss of Rs.43 cr.
HSAMB
1.   60 roads damaged & 23 road cuts –tentative
     loss of Rs.15 cr.
           Damages caused to
 Public Health Water Pumps & other Equipments

• Urban
  – No.of Tubewells lost        - 2
  – No.of damages to
    Pumping Machinery/
    pipe Lines/and stuctures    - 15
    and general defects
  – Amount of loss              - Rs.72 lacs
• Rural
  – No. of Tubewells Lost       - 1
  – No. of damages to Pumping
    Machinery/Pipe lines        - 60
  – Amount of Loss              - Rs.25.00Lacs
  – Total loss                  - Rs.97.00Lacs
Health Hazard : Reported Cases


  Fever cases      - 610
  Diarrhea         - 741
  Vomiting         - 11
  M-Boil           - 751
  Snake Bite       -1
  Conjuctivitis    - 53
  Skin Diseases    - 1325
  Gastroentritis   - 12
      Education Department


• Edusat system have been damaged in 52
  No. of schools in Ambala Distt
• Damages to Civil structures of Schools
  amounts to Rs.1,07,14,972
• Midday meal material damage loss is
  …….
           Community Assets


• Total assessments of loss of community
  assets like Galis, Dharmshalas, Chaupals,
  Veterinary Hospital etc. in affected villages
  have been made & it comes out to be
  Rs.67 lacs approximately. (List attached)
 RELIEF
MEASURES
                  Boats


• Nearly 20 boats were put into operation for
  rescue and relief.
• Approximately 700 persons rescued.

• NOTE: Besides this helicopter was put on
  standby at air force station Ambala.
        Activities of Health Deptt.

•   Halogen Tab. Distributed         - 445065
•   ORS Packets Distributed          - 12297
•   B/S Collected Distributed        - 1642
•   B/S Examined Distributed         - 1642
•   House Visited Distributed        - 18982
•   Water Samples Distributed        - 964 (OT)
                               153 (Bacteriological)
    Daily 21 teams, 4 mobile teams are visiting the
    houses in rural and urban areas.
          Activities of Health Deptt.
• Medical Teams
  21 Special Medical Camps are working in urban area out of
  which 17 medical teams are deployed in special flood affected
  colonies and 4 Ambulance Mobile Teams are working in
  Ambala Cantt Area and 18 medical teams are providing health
  services in flood affected areas at Ambala Hisar road in
  Chourmastpur and Naggal areas.

  42 Para Medical teams are working in specially rural flood
  affected areas at Chourmastpur and Naggal. Which are
  providing to the flood affected people specially chlorine tablets
  and ORS packets and they are giving special health talks to the
  peoples that they have to use these things if they are suffering
  from Diarhoea and vomiting.

• Fogging
  4 hand operated team for Ambala City and 4 hand operated
  teams for Ambala Cantt since 10-07-10.
  1 vehicle mounted fogging machine operational in Urban and
  peri Urban areas of Ambala City since 13-07-10.
         Activities of Health Deptt.
Spray activity
1 seasonal spray gang deployed in Chourmastpur block since
11-07-10 for indoor deltamethrin spray.
2 more spray gangs to be deployed in flood affected urban and
rural areas.

Anti-Larval activities
5 teams each for anti larval activities deployed in both Ambala
City and Ambala Cantt for MLO spray on stagnant water bodies.

Fever mass survey
All medical and para medical teams in both urban and rural
flood affected area are preparing blood slides of all fever cases
and distributing chloroquine tablets.
Activities by ICDP/Animal Husbandry


Total approximate no. of livestock in distt.-3,25,000

•   Animals affected                      - 29869
•   Teams in the distt. for flood         - 36
•   Mobile team                           - one
•   No. of casualties reported            - four
•   Health camps organised                - 62
Activities by ICDP/Animal Husbandry


• Preventive Measures taken:
  – HS Vaccination for all cattle population in the
    distt.
  – For health related problems deworming and
    digestive tonic provided to all the livestock
    population in the flood effected area.
  – Deworming done in the camps – 9447
  – Treatment for digestive problems due to
    drinking of dirty water – 2231
                   Food Articles

• With the mobilization of district administration ambala,
  social organizations and institutions namely gurudwara
  Manji Sahib, Badshahi Bagh and other gurudwaras
  temples and NGOS were put into operations and nearly
  10000 packets were distributed on 7-7-2010 and
  onwards and continued till 13-7-2010 as per
  requirement. Till today nearly 500 packets are being
  distributed as per situation.
• Supplies made available at door step in rural area by
  Food & Supply Department of
   – 36000 liters. Kerosene oil.
   – 450 LPG Cylinders and more being supplied after getting the
     demand
                     Water Supply

    38 water tankers have been pressed into service for supplying
    drinking water to Ambala City, Ambala Cantt and flood affected
    rural areas.
Restoration of Water Supply
1. Water supply was restored on the night of 7th itself by deploying
    Generator Sets at tube well sites, thus making tube wells of water
    supply functional.
2. Mineral water bottles were distributed at a large scale in the entire
    affected area on war footing. More than 45000 bottles of water
    have been distributed so far.
3.  Regular water supply was restored on 9th July, 2010 and
    continuous measures are being taken to ensure high intensity of
    chlorination in water.
4.  Regular water samples are being checked.
 Restoration & supply of electricity.


• 60% areas of Ambala city & Ambala Cantt &
  nearly 50 villages were effected on 6-7-2010
  due to submerging of power station at Dhulkot,
  Saddopur & Chaurmastpur.

• Power Restoration was ensured from 8-7-2010
  morning.
             Special Measures


• Dewatering /Cleaning and spray arrangements
  put into action in schools.
• Regular chlorination
• Lime powder being sprinkled at various
  locations regularly.
• Deltamethrin spray.
• Additional efforts for cleaning sanitation by
  engaging “Sulabh International” in twin cities in
  addition to the existing infrastructure.
              Survey Teams


• 40 teams consisting of officials from Revenue,
  Education, Health & ICDS Department have
  been put into pockets of rural areas to ensure
  facilities like water supply, food items etc.
  survey of damage of houses, conducting of
  special Girdawari and to give information on
  daily basis.
                   Drainage


• Total 19 pumps installed to drain out the flood
  water from low lying habitation.
• Public Health Pumps are also functioning in
  urban areas.
• Breaches in Tangri river are being plugged.
• Temporary outlet/inlet to drain out stagnant
  water being repaired.
                    Fodder


• No major demand yet.
• Small requirements are being met locally.
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