Citizens’ Facilities – Nepal’s rivers joining Sharda can have devastating effects on Indian territory

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Pilibhit. Many rivers in Nepal flow into the Sharda and can wreak havoc on Indian territory. Nepal’s Jagbuda and Bamni Rivers are pouring due to rain in the hilly areas. Both rivers flow into the Sharda when they reach the Indian border. The flooding in Nepal’s rivers combined with Sharda can have devastating effects on Indian territory.
In Nepal, a dam was built to reduce the width of the Mahakali (Sharda) River and prevent erosion. But sandbags are installed every year to prevent flooding in the Indian region.
The Sharda River is known as the Mahakali in Nepal. Many rivers and streams in the hilly areas of Nepal flow into the Sharda. At the entrance to the UP border, the confluence of the Jagbuda River from Nepal is in the Nomen’s Land. This amplifies Sharda’s current. The Bamni River in Nepal also flows into Sharda near International Pillar 28. Nepal has rained heavily in recent days. When it rains heavily in the mountainous regions of Nepal, the water of Mahakali (Sharda) and the water of the Jagbuda and Bamni rivers together can wreak havoc in Indian areas.
Sharda Dam could get under control
Before the Sharda Dam, Naladenga and Nagariya are making progress in the Khurd Kalan area. However, to save the dam from the devastation of Sharda, the Marjanal Dam is being built. Currently, the Sharda River flows just 50 meters from the Marjanal Dam. According to experts, the river could reach the Sharda Sagar Dam if this sharda cut is continued by aiming at the Marjanal Dam. If the dam’s existence is damaged even slightly, Sharda can wreak havoc in that area.
Nepal has built a dam, sandbags are used here
The government of Nepal built a strong dam in their area to bypass the Mahakali (Sharda) river. After that, the Mahakali outbreak stopped in the Nepal region. But millions of rupees are spent each year planting bamboo balls and sacks filled with sand here to save the people from the devastation of Sharda that reached Indian territory. In Gabhiya Sahrai, the Sharda Sagar section built three stumbling blocks that cost more than $ 12 million. In the Nagariya Khurdkalan area, some temporary rescue operations were carried out in the event of erosion after the river’s water level rose. Apart from that, in the area of ​​Ramnagara Bujhiya, the river tries to reach the right bank by cutting as far as the forest of Bijori Khurdkalan. These areas are considered to be very sensitive. Millions of rupees are spent on water each year in these areas, but no government has learned from Nepal. Here, too, no strong permanent flood protection works or embankments were planned.
Rescue operations are carried out by the flood department at three flood-affected areas. There is only some work left in Naharosa. There is no erosion situation in Ramanagara Bujhiya. In previous years, they built houses by cultivating the land that the river left. Now the river flows through its old place. The quality of the work is strictly monitored. Shailesh Singh, Executive Engineer, Barh Divisionh

Pilibhit. Many rivers in Nepal flow into the Sharda and can wreak havoc on Indian territory. Nepal’s Jagbuda and Bamni Rivers are pouring due to rain in the hilly areas. Both rivers flow into the Sharda when they reach the Indian border. The flooding in Nepal’s rivers combined with Sharda can have devastating effects on Indian territory.

In Nepal, a dam was built to reduce the width of the Mahakali (Sharda) River and prevent erosion. But sandbags are installed every year to prevent flooding in the Indian region.

The Sharda River is known as the Mahakali in Nepal. Many rivers and streams in the hilly areas of Nepal flow into the Sharda. At the entrance to the UP border, the confluence of the Jagbuda River from Nepal is in the Nomens Land. This amplifies Sharda’s current. The Bamni River in Nepal also flows into Sharda near International Pillar 28. Nepal has rained heavily in recent days. When it rains heavily in the mountainous regions of Nepal, the water of Mahakali (Sharda) and the water of the Jagbuda and Bamni rivers together can wreak havoc in Indian areas.

Sharda Dam could get under control

Before the Sharda Dam, Naladenga and Nagariya are making progress in the Khurd Kalan area. However, to save the dam from the devastation of Sharda, the Marjanal Dam is being built. Currently, the Sharda River flows just 50 meters from the Marjanal Dam. According to experts, if this sharda cut continues by targeting the Marjanal Dam, the river can reach the Sharda Sagar Dam. If the dam’s existence is damaged even slightly, Sharda can wreak havoc in that area.

Nepal has built a dam, sandbags are used here

The government of Nepal built a strong dam in their area to bypass the Mahakali (Sharda) river. After that, the Mahakali outbreak stopped in the Nepal region. But millions of rupees are spent each year planting bamboo balls and sacks filled with sand here to save the people from the devastation of Sharda that reached Indian territory. In Gabhiya Sahrai, the Sharda Sagar section built three stumbling blocks that cost more than $ 12 million. In the Nagaria Khurdkalan area, some temporary rescue operations were carried out in the event of erosion after the river’s water level rose. Apart from that, in the area of ​​Ramnagara Bujhiya, the river tries to reach the right bank by cutting as far as the forest of Bijori Khurdkalan. These areas are considered to be very sensitive. Millions of rupees are wasted in these areas every year, but no government has learned from Nepal. Here, too, no strong permanent flood protection works or embankments were planned.

Rescue operations are carried out by the flood department at three flood-affected areas. There is only some work left in Naharosa. There is no erosion situation in Ramanagara Bujhiya. In previous years, they built houses by cultivating the land that the river left. Now the river flows through its old place. The quality of the work is strictly monitored. Shailesh Singh, Executive Engineer, Barh Divisionh

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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