Decreased the water level of the Sarayoo River by 20 cm

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20 cm decrease in the water level of the Saryu River
Barhaj. The Saryu River has been in flood for a fortnight. The water level has dropped 20 cm in the past two days. For this reason, the people in the coastal villages are relieved. However, the administration is on alert because of possible floods. Vigilance has been increased at 12 flood posts.
Due to the early monsoons and the occasional rains, the rivers and streams are pouring. The Saryu River flows at 66.95, 45 cm above the 66.50 danger mark. Due to the floods in Saryu and Rapti, the water of the river spreads towards the fields. The village of Bhadila Pratham has been inundated by floods from all sides due to the boom in Rapti. Where people move by boat. The river exerts pressure from Katilwa to the coast of Kaparwar Sangam. While Rapti reached Rudrapur Road via Katan near the village of Binwapuri in Kaparwar. The river puts pressure on the dams like Mahan, Kevatilia, Gola, Mohra, etc. Problems have worsened due to flooding in the river and failure to repair rain cuts, rat holes, ink pits, etc. on the dams. Department officials claim all preparations to deal with the floods have been completed. Precautions have been taken to monitor the state of the river through 12 flood posts that have been constructed. AE Ashok Dwivedi and JE Nagendra Pratap Singh of the irrigation department say that full precautions have been taken to deal with disaster such as the flood. The water level has been falling for two days.

20 cm decrease in the water level of the Saryu River

Barhaj. The Saryu River has been in flood for a fortnight. The water level has dropped 20 cm in the past two days. For this reason, the people in the coastal villages are relieved. However, the administration is on alert because of possible floods. Vigilance has been increased at 12 flood posts.

Due to the early monsoons and the occasional rains, the rivers and streams are pouring. The Saryu River flows at 66.95, 45 cm above the 66.50 danger mark. Due to the floods in Saryu and Rapti, the water of the river spreads towards the fields. The village of Bhadila Pratham has been inundated by floods from all sides due to the boom in Rapti. Where people move by boat. The river exerts pressure from Katilwa to the coast of Kaparwar Sangam. While Rapti reached Rudrapur Road via Katan near the village of Binwapuri in Kaparwar. The river puts pressure on the dams like Mahan, Kevatilia, Gola, Mohra, etc. Problems have worsened due to flooding in the river and failure to repair rain cuts, rat holes, ink pits, etc. on the dams. Department officials claim all preparations to deal with the floods have been completed. Precautions have been taken to monitor the state of the river through 12 flood posts that have been constructed. AE Ashok Dwivedi and JE Nagendra Pratap Singh of the irrigation department say that full precautions have been taken to deal with disaster such as the flood. The water level has been falling for two days.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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