Allahabad floods: Life literally submerged in water with no respite insight

Many houses in Allahabad where water had entered due to the floods have been turned into swamps with mud inside their homes

FP Staff August 27, 2016 13:02:29 IST
Many houses in Allahabad where water had entered due to the floods have been turned into swamps with mud inside their homes. PTI
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Many houses in Allahabad where water had entered due to the floods have been turned into swamps with mud inside their homes. PTI
Water has started receding in flood-hit Allahabad city, an official said on Saturday. However, the district administration were highly concerned with the possibilities of an outbreak of diseases. PTI
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Water has started receding in flood-hit Allahabad city, an official said on Saturday. However, the district administration were highly concerned with the possibilities of an outbreak of diseases. PTI
Boys jump in flood water at Daraganj area in Allahabad while in the last 24-hours, the river Ganga receded by about 40 cm while Yamuna's water levels decreased by about 30 cm.
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Boys jump in flood water at Daraganj area in Allahabad while in the last 24-hours, the river Ganga receded by about 40 cm while Yamuna's water levels decreased by about 30 cm.
Due to flooding of the roads and highways, many places are still not motorable while the Allahabad-Mirzapur highway continues to be flooded. PTI
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Due to flooding of the roads and highways, many places are still not motorable while the Allahabad-Mirzapur highway continues to be flooded. PTI
Following the outbreak of floods, banks of Ganga at Daraganj area have remain submerged under water. PTI 
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Following the outbreak of floods, banks of Ganga at Daraganj area have remain submerged under water. PTI 
An aerial view of the floods which has wrecked havoc in daily lives of people with Ganga and Yamuna still hovering above the danger mark in Allahabad. 
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An aerial view of the floods which has wrecked havoc in daily lives of people with Ganga and Yamuna still hovering above the danger mark in Allahabad.