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Severe Flooding Alert: River Neyyar Exceeds Danger Level in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

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In a concerning development, the Central Water Commission’s official flood forecast has highlighted the alarming situation of River Neyyar at Aruvipuram in Thiruvananthapuram district, Kerala. The river is currently experiencing severe flooding, with its water level exceeding the danger mark by 0.40 meters. This situation raises significant concerns and emphasizes the importance of vigilance and preparedness in the region.

River Neyyar in Severe Situation

As per the Central Water Commission’s official flood forecast, the water level of River Neyyar at Aruvipuram currently stands at 8.4 meters. This level surpasses the designated danger mark, which is set at 8.0 meters, by a notable 0.40 meters. The rising trend of the river’s water level further underscores the urgency of the situation.

Need for Vigilance and Preparedness

The severe flooding situation along River Neyyar necessitates heightened vigilance and preparedness on the part of local authorities and residents. It is crucial to monitor the situation closely, adhere to safety guidelines, and take proactive measures to ensure the safety of those living in the affected areas.

The Central Water Commission’s flood forecast serves as a vital tool for early warning and preparedness, enabling authorities to take timely actions to mitigate the impact of flooding. It is imperative for residents and local authorities to stay informed, follow safety protocols, and be prepared for any exigencies that may arise as a result of the rising water levels in River Neyyar.

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