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Flood waters affect normal life in Kalaigaon

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KALAIGAON, May 2 - The Noa river flowing through Kalaigaon town overflooded on Thursday following continuous rainfall in the past one week. Many areas of the town were under knee-deep water and vehicular traffic was disrupted.

Flood waters engulfed many areas of no. 2 Kalaigaon, including the Pani Ram Das Sports Complex.

Water also entered the premises of the Vocational Training Centre, Milan LP School and Kalaigaon Balika High School. Dengubasti village of no. 2 Kalaigaon and no.7 Kalaigaon Masjid were also affected.

The Kalaigaon-Adarsagaon road was overflooded at several places, disrupting vehicular traffic. Overflowing waters affected the functioning of Kalaigaon Town LP School, which was forced to declare a holiday on Thursday because of the flood.

Many leading citizens of the area alleged that an amount of Rs 2.30 lakh was sanctioned last year to prevent damage due to the floods, However, the amount was allegedly misappropriated by some officials.

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Flood waters affect normal life in Kalaigaon

KALAIGAON, May 2 - The Noa river flowing through Kalaigaon town overflooded on Thursday following continuous rainfall in the past one week. Many areas of the town were under knee-deep water and vehicular traffic was disrupted.

Flood waters engulfed many areas of no. 2 Kalaigaon, including the Pani Ram Das Sports Complex.

Water also entered the premises of the Vocational Training Centre, Milan LP School and Kalaigaon Balika High School. Dengubasti village of no. 2 Kalaigaon and no.7 Kalaigaon Masjid were also affected.

The Kalaigaon-Adarsagaon road was overflooded at several places, disrupting vehicular traffic. Overflowing waters affected the functioning of Kalaigaon Town LP School, which was forced to declare a holiday on Thursday because of the flood.

Many leading citizens of the area alleged that an amount of Rs 2.30 lakh was sanctioned last year to prevent damage due to the floods, However, the amount was allegedly misappropriated by some officials.