Crops Ruined In Purkaji Khadar Due To The Water Of Solani River

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Villagers crossing the Solani river in a boat in the Khadar area of ​​Purkaji, Muzaffarnagar. – Photo : MUZAFFARNAGAR

Purkaji (Muzaffarnagar). In the villages of Khadar area, villagers are facing problems due to the 8 feet deep water of the Solani river. Due to water logging in the fields, the villagers are unable to go to the fields, due to which along with the fodder for the animals, there is a crisis of agriculture and agriculture. Villagers are also crossing the river in boats. Water was released from Uttarakhand into the Solani river on July 20 due to incessant rains on the hills. Due to this Solani had come in spate and the situation of waterlogging had arisen in the villages of Khadar region. After several days the water receded and the movement of the villagers out of the village also started. On 29 July, the Solani river was in spate due to the release of water from Uttarakhand again. Due to this, the fields of Khadar area were waterlogged, while the roads leading to each other village were also closed due to water coming. Due to this, the villagers were completely stopped from leaving their homes. At present, water is running eight feet deep in the Solani river, while the condition of waterlogging is still in the fields. To go to the fields, the villagers are taking the help of boats to cross the river, while due to the water in the fields, the villagers are unable to bring fodder for the animals as well as do farming. Villagers of Ramnagar, Rajgallapur, Sherpur Nangla, Panchali, Bhadaula, Bhadauli, Suheli, Jindawala, Chanchak, Chamrawala and Almawala have been imprisoned in their villages in Khadar area. Kulwant Singh, Devendra Khalsa, Pradhan Jogendra Singh, Satnam Singh, Gurnam Singh, Jagtar Singh, Raju Prajapati, Rajendra Panchli, Rajesh Gurjar, Sadhu Ram and Bijendra Singh etc. villagers say that paddy and sugarcane crops standing in the fields due to excessive water. are on the verge of ruin. At the same time, there is also a problem of fodder for the animals.

Purkaji (Muzaffarnagar). In the villages of Khadar area, villagers are facing problems due to the 8 feet deep water of the Solani river. Due to water logging in the fields, the villagers are unable to go to the fields, due to which along with the fodder for the animals, there is a crisis of agriculture and agriculture. Villagers are also crossing the river in boats. Water was released from Uttarakhand into the Solani river on July 20 due to incessant rains on the hills. Due to this Solani had come in spate and the situation of waterlogging had arisen in the villages of Khadar region. After several days the water receded and the movement of the villagers out of the village also started. On 29 July, the Solani river was in spate due to the release of water from Uttarakhand again. Due to this, the fields of Khadar area were waterlogged, while the roads leading to each other village were also closed due to water coming. Due to this, the villagers were completely stopped from leaving their homes. At present, water is running eight feet deep in the Solani river, while the condition of waterlogging is still in the fields. To go to the fields, the villagers are taking the help of boats to cross the river, while due to the water in the fields, the villagers are unable to bring fodder for the animals as well as do farming. Villagers of Ramnagar, Rajgallapur, Sherpur Nangla, Panchali, Bhadaula, Bhadauli, Suheli, Jindawala, Chanchak, Chamrawala and Almawala have been imprisoned in their villages in Khadar area. Kulwant Singh, Devendra Khalsa, Pradhan Jogendra Singh, Satnam Singh, Gurnam Singh, Jagtar Singh, Raju Prajapati, Rajendra Panchli, Rajesh Gurjar, Sadhu Ram and Bijendra Singh etc. villagers say that paddy and sugarcane crops standing in the fields due to excessive water. are on the verge of ruin. At the same time, there is also a problem of fodder for the animals. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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