Flood – Sharda River water level dropped in Bujhiya and Naldanga. will continue to be cut

Sharda River cuts in the Bujhiya area
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Pilibhit. Despite the decline in Sharda River water levels on Wednesday, continuous erosion continues in the Ramanagara Bujhiya area. Here the river cuts in a circle to the forest of Bijori Khurd. Apart from that, harvesting is slow in the Naldanga area as well. Because of this, the problems of the villagers in these areas are not mentioned.
The water level of the Sharda River suddenly rose on Tuesday after the rain in the mountains. Since then, the river has started to cut into the Naldanga region and Ramanagara Bujhiya in the Gabhia Sahrai region. Given the situation, Sharda Sagar Division began rescue work in Naldanga, but no work began in the Bujhiya area. Because of this, the river causes earthquakes in the round.
The forest of Bijori Khurd is also affected by river erosion. After the water level rose on Tuesday, water from the river seeped into some houses in Bujhiya. Here on Wednesday 80,000 Cusec water were discharged from the Banbasa Dam into the Sharda River. Despite the decline in the river’s water level, erosion continued in the Bujhia and Naldenga areas. However, people are relieved that the water in the houses in the Bujhiya area where the river water entered has decreased. The day before, agricultural crops from Ramanagara to Puraina talukas Maharajpur, Selha and Dhuria Palia were severely damaged by the increased water level and this danger is steadily increasing. Here the water in the river flows quickly to the right. In such a situation, the area from Ramanagara, Puraina taluk, Maharajpur and Selha to Dhuria Palia can be severely affected. The condition of Naldenga and Gabhiya Sahrai cannot be described more or less as very good as three stumbling blocks were built in Gabhia Sahrai to save the Sanedi Dam for Rs 12 crore, but the Sharda River cuts them too.
The river has started to erode in some places with the rise in the water level in Naldanga. Temporary rescue work is currently being carried out here to prevent erosion so that the river does not further damage the stumbling blocks. The water level of the river is also closely monitored. – Rajkumar, Assistant Engineer, Sharda Sagar Division

Pilibhit. Despite the decline in Sharda River water levels on Wednesday, continuous erosion continues in the Ramanagara Bujhiya area. Here the river cuts in a circle to the forest of Bijori Khurd. Apart from that, harvesting is slow in the Naldanga area as well. Because of this, the problems of the villagers in these areas are not mentioned.

The water level of the Sharda River suddenly rose on Tuesday after the rain in the mountains. Since then, the river has started to cut into the Naldanga region and Ramanagara Bujhiya in the Gabhia Sahrai region. Given the situation, Sharda Sagar Division began rescue work in Naldanga, but no work began in the Bujhiya area. Because of this, the river causes earthquakes in the round.

The forest of Bijori Khurd is also affected by river erosion. After the water level rose on Tuesday, water from the river seeped into some houses in Bujhiya. Here on Wednesday 80,000 Cusec water were discharged from the Banbasa Dam into the Sharda River. Despite the decline in the river’s water level, erosion continued in the Bujhia and Naldenga areas. However, people are relieved that the water in the houses in the Bujhiya area where the river water entered has decreased. The day before, agricultural crops from Ramanagara to Puraina talukas Maharajpur, Selha and Dhuria Palia were severely damaged by the increased water level and this danger is steadily increasing. Here the water in the river flows quickly on the right. In such a situation, the area from Ramanagara, Puraina taluk, Maharajpur and Selha to Dhuria Palia can be severely affected. The condition of Naldenga and Gabhiya Sahrai cannot be described more or less as very good as three stumbling blocks were built in Gabhia Sahrai to save the Sanedi Dam for Rs 12 crore, but the Sharda River cuts them too.

The river has started to erode in some places with the rise in the water level in Naldanga. Temporary rescue work is currently being carried out here to prevent erosion so that the river does not further damage the stumbling blocks. The water level of the river is also closely monitored. – Rajkumar, Assistant Engineer, Sharda Sagar Division

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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