Flooded Yamuna erases boundary between UP and Haryana

Swollen Yamuna river has washed away boundary pillars demarcating districts of Uttar Pradesh from Harayana, officials said here.

Muzaffarnagar: Swollen Yamuna river has
washed away boundary pillars demarcating districts of Uttar
Pradesh from Harayana, officials said here.

The boundary pillars and fix points in eleven
districts of the two states have been washed away with the
river Yamuna flowing above danger mark, they said.

The farmers of the eleven districts, which includes
Muzaffarnagar, Saharanpur, Baghpat, Gotembudhnagar,
Bullandshahar and Aligarh of Uttar Pradesh have already been
engaged in clashes over the boundary line agreed upon in 1974.

Several boundary pillars covering an area of 300 kms
in various villages of Muzaffarnagar district alone have been
washed away, they added.

PTI

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