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Ramgarh. As soon as the water levels of Ganga began to rise, the black exploits of the flood department and the contractor were exposed. Due to the rise in Ganga water level, there is panic among the flood department and contractors. Something similar can be seen in front of Chaubey Chapra near Ramgarh Dhala.
Here a stumbling block was built with about 11 billion rupees and the work of the non-cladding on both sides was not yet completed and the water of the Ganges fell from this pit and reached near NH 31. When you saw that the flood department was stuck in the throat stayed and put JCB again in the pit dug for the apron, work began to fill that pit. Given this situation, there is a discussion among people that this may not have happened if the flood control authority had been alerted beforehand. Rameshwar Singh, Rajan Gupta, Basant Kumar Sinha, Rajesh Choubey etc., referring to the district official, have demanded that the work carried out by the flood department be immediately investigated by technical experts and strict measures taken by the perpetrators.

The water level rises at a rate of half an inch per hour
Ramgarh. According to the Central Water Commission, Gaighat, the water level in the Ganges is 52.97 m on Monday at 4 p.m. has been recorded. There is also a stretch of half a centimeter per hour.

Ramgarh. As soon as the water levels of Ganga began to rise, the black exploits of the flood department and the contractor were exposed. Due to the rise in Ganga water level, there is panic among the flood department and contractors. Something similar can be seen in front of Chaubey Chapra near Ramgarh Dhala.

Here a stumbling block was built with about 11 billion rupees and the work of the non-cladding on both sides was not yet completed and the water of the Ganges fell from this pit and reached near NH 31. When you saw that the flood department was stuck in the throat stayed and put JCB again in the pit dug for the apron, work began to fill that pit. Given this situation, there is a discussion among people that this may not have happened if the flood control authority had been alerted beforehand. Rameshwar Singh, Rajan Gupta, Basant Kumar Sinha, Rajesh Choubey etc., referring to the district official, have demanded that the work carried out by the flood department be immediately investigated by technical experts and strict measures taken by the perpetrators.



The water level rises at a rate of half an inch per hour

Ramgarh. According to the Central Water Commission, Gaighat, the water level in the Ganges is 52.97 m on Monday at 4 p.m. has been recorded. There is also a stretch of half a centimeter per hour.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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