Ganga moves towards the village of Gauspur during the harvest in Najibabad

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Nangalsoti / Najibabad. Due to the rise in the water level of the Ganges due to the rains in the mountainous areas, the Ganges has started to cut rapidly towards Gauspur village. Panic reigns among the villagers after seeing the cut towards the village. During the harvest, many of the farmers’ land bighas were absorbed into the Ganges.
Last month the Ganges dug in 20 meters towards the population in the village of Gauspur in Nangalsoti, absorbing many of the farmers’ land bighas into the Ganges. The temporary tunnels built by the administration to protect against earthquakes prove to be insignificant for the village. Villagers claim there have been constant cuts in the village for a month, but the administration has not taken any concrete steps. Villagers said the administration in the deforestation area has built fewer and incomplete temporary tunnels, making it cut continuously towards the village. The water level of the Ganges in Gauspur rose due to the rain in the hills and plains on Sunday. Ganga cut two to three meters towards the village. Due to the earthquake, the crops of farmers Parma Singh, Ram Singh, Kundan Singh, former chef Rajesh Singh, Rhinoceros, Khilendra Singh, Bhishma Singh, Roshan Singh, Satpal Singh were absorbed by the Ganges.

Nangalsoti / Najibabad. Due to the rise in the water level of the Ganges due to the rains in the mountainous areas, the Ganges has started to cut rapidly towards Gauspur village. Panic reigns among the villagers after seeing the cut towards the village. During the harvest, many of the farmers’ land bighas were absorbed into the Ganges.

Last month the Ganges dug in 20 meters towards the population in the village of Gauspur in Nangalsoti, absorbing many of the farmers’ land bighas into the Ganges. The temporary tunnels built by the administration to protect against earthquakes prove to be insignificant for the village. Villagers claim there have been constant cuts in the village for a month, but the administration has not taken any concrete steps. Villagers said the administration in the deforestation area has built fewer and incomplete temporary tunnels, making it cut continuously towards the village. The water level of the Ganges in Gauspur rose due to the rain in the hills and plains on Sunday. Ganga cut two to three meters towards the village. Due to the earthquake, the crops of farmers Parma Singh, Ram Singh, Kundan Singh, former chef Rajesh Singh, Rhinoceros, Khilendra Singh, Bhishma Singh, Roshan Singh, Satpal Singh were absorbed by the Ganges.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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