Civic – Ganga water reaches Bandanpurwa village

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Unnao / Pariyar. The water level in the Ganges stabilized on Tuesday evening after rising for several days. But even after that, the flood panic among the villagers of Katri did not subside. Upon reaching the water near the village of Bandanpurwa, Sadar SDM reached the area and took an inventory of the water level.
The water level in the Ganges stabilized at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at 111,520 meters. It is 48 cm from the warning point (112 m). Water reached the homes in Bandanpurwa of Pariyar on Tuesday. Water reached the farmers of two dozen villages, including Manabangla, Babubangla, Laltupurwa, Panpatha, Dhankukheda, Kolwa, Judapurwa, Patiyara, Mahanandpurwa, Benipurwa, Tepra and Atri, which are on the banks of the Ganges. This increases the risk of plant rot. Villagers monitor the water level day and night. Sadar SDM Satyapriya Singh reached the village of Manabangla on Tuesday and took stock of the rise in water levels.
The road that connects the Sikthia outpost of the city of Kanpur with the bridge over the Ganges in front of Gadeva from Bighapur can be cut off at any time when the water level rises. There are random cuts from the water level towards Gadeva.
Ganga flows from the bridge towards Gadeva at 500 meters. The Ganges can leave the bridge and form a new stream. Harishankar Yadav, a resident of Majre Sahibikheda, said his 15 bighas land had sunk into the Ganges. Dayashankar, a resident of Sahibikheda, says Ganga has continuously taken two thousand bighas of land into his lap towards Gadeva Gram Sabha for the past three years. Nevertheless, the tehsil administration does nothing. Pratap, a resident of Gadeva, said his eight bigha crops were absorbed by the Ganges. SDM Ankit Shukla said he informed PWD’s executive engineer after the inspection on Monday.

Unnao / Pariyar. The water level in the Ganges stabilized on Tuesday evening after rising for several days. But even after that, the flood panic among the villagers of Katri did not subside. Upon reaching the water near the village of Bandanpurwa, Sadar SDM reached the area and took an inventory of the water level.

The water level in the Ganges stabilized at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at 111,520 meters. It is 48 cm from the warning point (112 m). Water reached the homes in Bandanpurwa of Pariyar on Tuesday. Water reached the farmers of two dozen villages, including Manabangla, Babubangla, Laltupurwa, Panpatha, Dhankukheda, Kolwa, Judapurwa, Patiyara, Mahanandpurwa, Benipurwa, Tepra and Atri, which are on the banks of the Ganges. This increases the risk of plant rot. Villagers monitor the water level day and night. Sadar SDM Satyapriya Singh reached the village of Manabangla on Tuesday and took stock of the rise in water levels.

The road that connects the Sikthia outpost of the city of Kanpur with the bridge over the Ganges in front of Gadeva from Bighapur can be cut off at any time when the water level rises. There are random cuts from the water level towards Gadeva.

Ganga flows from the bridge towards Gadeva at 500 meters. The Ganges can leave the bridge and form a new stream. Harishankar Yadav, a resident of Majre Sahibikheda, said his 15 bighas land had sunk into the Ganges. Dayashankar, a resident of Sahibikheda, says Ganga has continuously taken two thousand bighas of land into his lap towards Gadeva Gram Sabha for the past three years. The Tehsil administration is not doing anything yet. Pratap, a resident of Gadeva, said his eight bigha crops were absorbed by the Ganges. SDM Ankit Shukla said he informed PWD’s executive engineer after the inspection on Monday.

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