Civic – Ganga water reaches villages

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Pariah. The water level of the Ganges has been rising for several days. As a result, there is a risk of flooding in the villages near Katri. Because of this, the risk of drowning of the vegetable crops grown in the Katri area has increased among the villagers. Accountants were tasked with monitoring.
The water level in the Ganges continued to rise on Friday. The water level reached 110,960 meters at 6 p.m. Because of this, the flood has reached the villages of Devipurwa, Bandanpurwa, Laltupurwa, Manabangala and Babubangla in the Pariyar region. The fear of flooding has increased among the villagers. Durgesh, Ranjit, Baua, Mahavir, Rajkumar, Vipin, Sanjay, Kamlesh, Vinod, Niwaji, Sundar, Ramesh, Guddu, Pappu, Ramkishan, Arun and Ramu said that when there was a flood gourd, gourd, taroi, tinda ready in the fields The bitter gourd and corn crops will be ruined and may have to leave the house. Finance Inspector Shatrughan Kumar said a team from Lekhpals was deployed to keep an eye on the floods. Flood centers were marked by drawing up a list of sailors.

Pariah. The water level of the Ganges has been rising for several days. As a result, there is a risk of flooding in the villages near Katri. Because of this, the risk of drowning of the vegetable crops grown in the Katri area has increased among the villagers. Accountants were tasked with monitoring.

The water level in the Ganges continued to rise on Friday. The water level reached 110,960 meters at 6 p.m. Because of this, the flood has reached the villages of Devipurwa, Bandanpurwa, Laltupurwa, Manabangala and Babubangla in the Pariyar region. The fear of flooding has increased among the villagers. Durgesh, Ranjit, Baua, Mahavir, Rajkumar, Vipin, Sanjay, Kamlesh, Vinod, Niwaji, Sundar, Ramesh, Guddu, Pappu, Ramkishan, Arun and Ramu said that when there was a flood gourd, gourd, taroi, tinda ready in the fields The bitter gourd and corn crops will be ruined and may have to leave the house. Finance Inspector Shatrughan Kumar said a team from Lekhpals was deployed to keep an eye on the floods. Flood centers were marked by drawing up a list of sailors.

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