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Falling water level, quickly up to date
The Rapti River stabilizes, the water level of the remaining rivers is falling
The danger lurks over the yard and the house from being cut down on the bank
Samvad news agency
Siddharthnagar. After three rainy days, the flooding in the rivers of the district has meanwhile stopped and the water level of many rivers is gradually falling. With the decline in water levels, erosion has increased on the banks of rivers such as Budhi Rapti, Kada, Banganga, etc. Because of this, the villagers are afraid to see the danger looming over the surrounding houses and farms.
Due to the rains in the mountains of Nepal, the rivers of the district were flooded. The Kada and Ghoghi rivers had passed the red mark and the water level of Budhi Rapti was touching the danger mark. When the rain stops, rivers such as Budhi Rapti, Kuda, Banganga, etc., will have their water levels falling, while the Rapti River will have stabilized after the water level has risen. The erosion on the banks has increased due to the sinking water level of the rivers. Tiwari Deh, from the village of Hathivadtal, his area on the banks of the Budhi Rapti River, many houses in Fattepur of Jogia are threatened by deforestation. Ramfer, Ujagir, a villager in the flood-hit area, says that every year some houses and farms in his village are cut off and flow into the river because there is no protection at the interfaces. He asked the administration to make repairs to the editing suites.
River danger level (in meters) Current water level
Banganga 93.420 90.20
Jamuar 84.89 81.60
Rapti River 84,900 83,360
Budhi Rapti 85,650 84,840
Telar Nala 87,500 85.90
Garbage flow 83.520 82.50
Ghoghi River 87,000 87.20

Falling water level, quickly up to date

The Rapti River stabilizes, the water level of the remaining rivers is falling

The danger lurks over the yard and the house from being cut down on the bank

Samvad news agency

Siddharthnagar. After three rainy days, the flooding in the rivers of the district has meanwhile stopped and the water level of many rivers is gradually falling. With the decline in water levels, erosion has increased on the banks of rivers such as Budhi Rapti, Kada, Banganga, etc. Because of this, the villagers are afraid to see the danger looming over the surrounding houses and farms.

Due to the rains in the mountains of Nepal, the rivers of the district were flooded. The Kada and Ghoghi rivers had passed the red mark and the water level of Budhi Rapti was touching the danger mark. When the rain stops, rivers such as Budhi Rapti, Kuda, Banganga, etc., will have their water levels falling, while the Rapti River will have stabilized after the water level has risen. The erosion on the banks has increased due to the sinking water level of the rivers. Tiwari Deh, from the village of Hathivadtal, his area on the banks of the Budhi Rapti River, many houses in Fattepur of Jogia are threatened by deforestation. Ramfer, Ujagir, a villager in the flood-hit area, says that every year some houses and farms in his village are cut off and flow into the river because there is no protection at the interfaces. He asked the administration to make repairs to the editing suites.

River danger level (in meters) Current water level

Banganga 93.420 90.20

Jamuar 84.89 81.60

Rapti River 84,900 83,360

Budhi Rapti 85,650 84,840

Telar Nala 87,500 85.90

Garbage flow 83.520 82.50

Ghoghi River 87,000 87.20

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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