Tribune News Service
Karnal, May 17
Ranwar village in Karnal was flooded after a canal breached in the wee hours of Sunday.
As per the residents, the breach in the canal occurred around 4 am on Sunday. Despite efforts to plug the breach by the residents, the village houses and farms were flooded with water.
Employees of the irrigation department and villagers were trying to plug the breach with sand bags.
Gharaunda MLA Harvinder Kalyan and the DC Nishant Kumar Yadav, along with the SDM and other officials, reached the village to inspect the work.
Officials are in the process of assessing the losses.
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