Eruption Intensified, Three Houses Covered In River

To stop the harvesting in Barakshata village of Tambour, the sacks and the bamboo fitted. (Dialogue) – Photo : SITAPUR

Tambour (Sitapur). Sharda river has intensified the erosion in Laharpur tehsil area. It is becoming difficult to escape the existence of Lilapurwa due to continuous erosion. Three houses of the village were submerged in water in a short time due to the erosion. There is a danger of deforestation on 15 houses. Raju, Vinod and their mother of Majre Leelapurwa village of Grama Panchayat Ramuapur were caught in the harvesting last night. The bamboos installed by the Irrigation Department to stop the harvesting remained as a sham. The officers have tried to stop the harvesting by filling sand in the sacks. Now the heartbeat of the residents of about 15 houses of the village has intensified. After the continuing deforestation in Lilapurwa, the primary and upper primary schools of Majra Barakshata of the same gram panchayat are also at the mouth of the river. There is only a distance of 20 meters between the river and the school. If the cutting of the river continues like this, it will be difficult for the schools to survive. Villagers Guddu, Ramchandra, Gurcharan, Chotan and Ramniwas say that if the speed of the river continues at this speed, then the irrigation department was formed to save the village of Barakshata. The project will go to the river. Keeping in view the seriousness of the occasion, the Irrigation Department is definitely getting the bamboo sacks placed. But this attempt appears to be a complete failure. Irrigation Department SDO Pushkar Verma definitely reached the information, but apart from the Lekhpal, no administrative officer has reached the spot yet. Due to this, there is a fear of erosion among the villagers.

Tambour (Sitapur). Sharda river has intensified the erosion in Laharpur tehsil area. It is becoming difficult to escape the existence of Lilapurwa due to continuous erosion. Three houses of the village were submerged in water in a short time due to the erosion. There is a danger of deforestation on 15 houses. Raju, Vinod and their mother of Majre Leelapurwa village of Grama Panchayat Ramuapur got involved in the slaughter on seeing their mother’s house last night. The bamboos planted by the Irrigation Department to stop the harvesting remained as a sham. The officers have tried to stop the harvesting by filling sand in the sacks. Now the heartbeat of the residents of about 15 houses of the village has intensified. After the continuing deforestation in Lilapurwa, the primary and upper primary schools of Majra Barakshata of the same gram panchayat are also at the mouth of the river. There is only a distance of 20 meters between the river and the school. If the cutting of the river continues like this, it will be difficult for the schools to survive. Villagers Guddu, Ramchandra, Gurcharan, Chotan and Ramniwas say that if the speed of the river continues at this speed, then the project made by the Irrigation Department to save the village of Barakshata will go to the river. Keeping in view the seriousness of the occasion, the Irrigation Department is definitely getting the bamboo sacks placed. But this attempt appears to be a complete failure. Irrigation Department’s SDO Pushkar Verma definitely reached the information, but apart from the Lekhpal, no administrative officer has reached the spot yet. Due to this, there is a fear of erosion among the villagers. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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