Bhupani Police has rescued more than 150 people and cattle from the Kidawali area across the Yamuna due to the rising water level in the Yamuna. Also, the police took those people to safe places. Bhupani police station in-charge Randhir and his team took people out by boat with the help of local people. Along with this, the police has also instructed people to stay away from the flow of Yamuna river.
Police spokesperson Sube Singh said that the people trapped in the Yamuna water are being continuously rescued by the police and the district administration. In this sequence, the Faridabad police rescued more than 150 people and cattle trapped in water from the Kidawali area across the Yamuna. Bhupani police station in-charge and his team pulled people out of the water and took them to a safe place.
He told that the administration has taken out the Kidawali farmhouse and the people living there by building houses in the fields through the boat. The people taken out of the water have been accommodated in a government school and arrangements are being made for their food and drink.
Faridabad Police has instructed the common people to stay away from the water flow of Yamuna river. Police is continuously monitoring the area around Yamuna and people are being taken to relief camps.
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