Flood situation in Rudrapur – flood crisis intensifies in Rudrapur, cuts at Pidra Bhuswal dam intensified

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The flood crisis in Rudrapur intensifies, cuts at the Pidra Bhuswal dam intensify
Rudrapur. The flood crisis in Rudrapur is exacerbated by the roar of the Gorra River. The Gorra, which is approaching the red marker, has started to cut open the embankments. Due to the beginning of the deforestation of the Pidra Bhuswal Dam, the flood-proof project of six million residents has proven useless. Due to the speed of the river, the dam is cut and falls into the water. If the dam is cut here, water can enter the city including the 64 villages of Cachar.
The water level of the Gorra River rose 30 cm to 69.65 meters on Sunday. This river is only 85 cm below the red marking. The rise in the water level of the river creates pressure on the Pidra Bhuswal dam. People in 64 villages of Cachar have lost their minds because the dam was cut near the village of Muswal. To prevent the river from cutting the dam, the trees on the dam are felled and thrown into the water. The adjacent 6 billion boulder pitching project is proving unsuccessful in stopping erosion. With the start of cutting the river, the anti-cutting work turns out to be meaningless. If the dam is cut here, there will be unrest in 64 villages including Bhusawal, Mangakorad, Srinagar Kolhua, Jogia, Gonah Suratpura, Sylhta, Pidra, Gonaria.
In that regard, SDO Deendayal Dubey told the irrigation department that all dams are now safe. At the impact points, flood control work is carried out on a war basis. There is no danger to the dam.
DM’s bungalow will be surrounded when the dam is cut: Khokha Singh
Rudrapur. Former MLA Khokha Singh said that on the banks of Cachar and Doaba, millions of rupees are being wasted in the water. Here the Gorra River near Pidri and Bhusawal causes severe erosion. The floodplain is helpless to stop erosion. The flood protection project is useless because the timetable was not drawn up correctly. If the speed of cutting continues, there will be terrible devastation near Bhusawal. If the dam is cut, the SP is forced to surround the DM bungalow with the flood victims.

The flood crisis in Rudrapur intensifies, cuts at the Pidra Bhuswal dam intensify

Rudrapur. The flood crisis in Rudrapur is exacerbated by the roar of the Gorra River. The Gorra, which is approaching the red marker, has started to cut open the embankments. Due to the beginning of the deforestation of the Pidra Bhuswal Dam, the flood-proof project of six million residents has proven useless. Due to the speed of the river, the dam is cut and falls into the water. If the dam is cut here, water can enter the city including the 64 villages of Cachar.

The water level of the Gorra River rose 30 cm to 69.65 meters on Sunday. This river is only 85 cm below the red marking. The rise in the water level of the river creates pressure on the Pidra Bhuswal dam. People in 64 villages of Cachar have lost their minds because the dam was cut near the village of Muswal. To prevent the river from cutting through the dam, trees are felled on the dam and placed in the water. The adjacent 6 billion boulder pitching project is proving unsuccessful in stopping erosion. With the beginning of the river cutting, the anti-quarrying work turns out to be meaningless. If the dam is cut here, there will be unrest in 64 villages including Bhusawal, Mangakorad, Srinagar Kolhua, Jogia, Gonah Suratpura, Sylhta, Pidra, Gonaria.

In that regard, SDO Deendayal Dubey told the irrigation department that all dams are now safe. At the impact points, flood control work is carried out on a war basis. There is no danger to the dam.

DM’s bungalow will be surrounded when the dam is cut: Khokha Singh

Rudrapur. Former MLA Khokha Singh said that on the banks of Cachar and Doaba, millions of rupees are being wasted in the water. Here the Gorra River causes severe erosion near Pidri and Bhusawal. The floodplain is helpless to stop erosion. The flood protection project is useless because the timetable was not drawn up correctly. If the speed of cutting stops, there will be excruciating devastation near Bhusawal. If the dam is cut, the SP is forced to surround the DM bungalow with the flood victims.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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