Erosion in coastal villages intensifies as the water level has decreased

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There has been a decline in the water level of the Ghaghra River, which flows through Devranchal from Sagadi tehsil for the past two days. As the water level fell, the erosion on the banks of the river increased. As a result, 15 families from Baghwa village are displaced.
The water level of the Ghaghra River was measured on Saturday evening at the Dighia gauge at 70.03 meters. It fell to 69.94 meters on Sunday evening. In contrast, the water level of Ghaghra at the Badarhua gauge was measured on Saturday evening at 70.70 meters, which increased to 70.58 meters. After the Ghaghra River subsided, the erosion increased. Due to the deforestation of Ghaghra, the cultivable land of the farmers is continuously absorbed into the Ghaghra River. The harvest takes place in the Achal Nagar of Devara Khas Raja and in Baghwa, Gangepur and Parasia. As a result, the cultivable land is absorbed into the river by hundreds of farmers. Due to the floods last year, the bridge over the Belhia slope was washed away by very heavy rains. Because of this, the traffic is still disrupted. People have to travel far. At the same time, three Devara Khas Raja settlements had merged in the river due to the Ghaghra cutting last year. Today 15 families from the Baghwa village of Devara Khas Raja are on the run again. Looking for a safe place for fear of cutting ghaghra Girja Shankar Yadav, Rajnarayan, Rajaram Yadav, Ram Lakhan, Daswani, Suryabhan Yadav, Udaybhan, Ramakant, Raghav Prasad, Ramdhan, Ran Vijay etc. leave their homes and go to one another safe place. The Ghaghra River also cuts before the Gangepur Ringbandh. This ring dam is formed by the flood section, inside it live hundreds of houses. To save this dam, the flood section made the construction of the slide, which is now closed, the thak construction hangs in the balance.

There has been a decline in the water level of the Ghaghra River, which flows through Devranchal from Sagadi tehsil for the past two days. As the water level fell, the erosion on the banks of the river increased. As a result, 15 families from Baghwa village are displaced.

The water level of the Ghaghra River was measured on Saturday evening at the Dighia gauge at 70.03 meters. It fell to 69.94 meters on Sunday evening. In contrast, the water level of Ghaghra at the Badarhua gauge was measured on Saturday evening at 70.70 meters, which increased to 70.58 meters. After the Ghaghra River subsided, the erosion increased. Due to the deforestation of Ghaghra, the cultivable land of the farmers is continuously absorbed into the Ghaghra River. The harvest takes place in the Achal Nagar of Devara Khas Raja and in Baghwa, Gangepur and Parasia. As a result, the cultivable land is absorbed into the river by hundreds of farmers. Due to the floods last year, the bridge over the Belhia slope was washed away by very heavy rains. Because of this, the traffic is still disrupted. People have to travel far. At the same time, three Devara Khas Raja settlements had merged in the river due to the Ghaghra cutting last year. Today 15 families from the Baghwa village of Devara Khas Raja are on the run again. Looking for a safe place for fear of cutting ghaghra. Girja Shankar Yadav, Rajnarayan, Rajaram Yadav, Ram Lakhan, Daswani, Suryabhan Yadav, Udaybhan, Ramakant, Raghav Prasad, Ramdhan, Ran Vijay etc. leave their homes and go to another safe place. The Ghaghra River also cuts before the Gangepur Ringbandh. This ring dam is formed by the flood section, inside it live hundreds of houses. To save this dam, the flood section made the construction of the slide, which is now closed, the thak construction hangs in the balance.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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