Uttar Pradesh: Saryu River in Ayodhya Flows Above Danger Mark, Jal Police on Alert, Visitors Given Life Jackets
Saryu River in Ayodhya Flows Above Danger Mark (Photo Credits: ANI)

Ayodhya, September 12: Even as rains continue to batter western India, the threat of wet weather and heavy rainfall is looming large in the plains of northwest and central India. In Uttar Pradesh, the rainfall activity has decreased over most parts except at a few places over Central Uttar Pradesh. However, in Ayodhya, the Saryu river is flowing above danger level and the area has been put on alert. According to a tweet by ANI, arrangements have been at 'Mahasaryu arti ghat' in the wake of the current weather conditions.  Uttar Pradesh Rains: 15 Dead, 133 Buildings Collapse in 3 Days After Rainfall Wreaks Havoc Across the State.

Assistant at Central Water Commission Ayodhya was quoted by ANI saying that, the Saryu or Sarayu river is is flowing 15 cm above danger level. Due to the change in weather, the visitors on boats have being given life jackets. Moreover, areas have been marked to take bath and the 'Jal police' on alert.

Here's the tweet:

For Thursday, private weather agency, a low-pressure area lies over South Uttar Pradesh and due to this, moderate rains with one or two heavy spells is likely to continue over Madhya Pradesh, Southeast Rajasthan, Gujarat region and parts of Vidarbha and Chhattisgarh.