Civcamenities – Sharda’s water level was falling but was still soaked in the lower parts

Pooranpur (Pilibhit). The Sharda River was buried Thursday night due to the sudden release of water from the Banavasa Dam that washed away the Pantoon Bridge. On the second day of Saturday, Sharda’s water level dropped, but the Pantoon Bridge could not be removed. The rope was tied with a rope so that the Panton Bridge did not flow away. Flooding in the fields due to ingestion of Sharda has resulted in severe losses in crops such as melon, watermelon, etc.
On Thursday evening, 75,000 cusecs of water were released from the Banavasa Dam in the Sharda River. Sharada was burned as a result. This resulted in the Pantoon Bridge over the Dhanara Ghat of the Sharda River being washed away with water after being divided into three parts. Because of this, the movement of people crossing the Sharda area of ​​Puwyan tehsil has been stopped. The bridge was swept away and reached about four kilometers. People were preparing to flee when sharda water entered Rahul Nagar. Before the people left the village, Sharda’s water level began to drop on the second day of Saturday. Because of this, the people in the villages along the river could breathe a sigh of relief. However, the fields and lower lying areas along the river are still soaked. On Saturday, the entire rural headquarters of Sharda Junction came through Sampurnanagar, Palia, Mailani and Khutar in Lakhimpur.
Most of the plants made from melon, watermelon, pumpkin, cucumber, loofah, etc. are grown in the fields along the Sharda River. After the Saradha uprising, the surrounding fields were flooded, which has not yet happened. Polage plants suffered the most from water treatment. Farmers are upset about this. Meanwhile, Rahulnagar village is still full of water, which bothers the villagers.
The Baha Pantoon Bridge in the river has not yet been evacuated. All three sides of the bridge are stranded on the middle edge of the river. If the panton does not flow away, it is tied with a rope. Damage and reopening of the Pantoon Bridge will only be decided after it has left the river. – Mukesh Kumar, JE PWD

Pooranpur (Pilibhit). The Sharda River was buried Thursday night due to the sudden release of water from the Banavasa Dam that washed away the Pantoon Bridge. On the second day of Saturday, Sharda’s water level dropped, but the Pantoon Bridge could not be removed. The rope was tied with a rope so that the Panton Bridge did not flow away. Flooding in the fields due to ingestion of Sharda has resulted in severe losses in crops such as melon, watermelon, etc.

On Thursday evening, 75,000 cusecs of water were released from the Banavasa Dam in the Sharda River. Sharada was burned as a result. This resulted in the Pantoon Bridge over the Dhanara Ghat of the Sharda River being washed away with water after being divided into three parts. Because of this, the movement of people crossing the Sharda of Puwaian Tehsil area has been stopped. The bridge was swept away and reached about four kilometers. People were preparing to flee when sharda water entered Rahul Nagar. Before the people left the village, Sharda’s water level began to drop on the second day on Saturday. Because of this, the people in the villages along the river could breathe a sigh of relief. However, the fields and lower lying areas along the river are still soaked. On Saturday, the entire rural headquarters of Sharda Junction came through Sampurnanagar, Palia, Mailani and Khutar in Lakhimpur.

Most of the plants made from melon, watermelon, pumpkin, cucumber, loofah, etc. are grown in the fields along the Sharda River. After the Saradha uprising, the surrounding fields were flooded, which has not yet happened. Polage plants suffered the most from water treatment. Farmers are upset about this. Meanwhile, Rahulnagar village is still full of water, which bothers the villagers.

The Baha Pantoon Bridge in the river has not yet been evacuated. All three sides of the bridge are stranded on the middle edge of the river. If the panton does not flow away, it is tied with a rope. Damage and reopening of the Pantoon Bridge will only be decided after it has left the river. – Mukesh Kumar, JE PWD

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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