Ghaghara water level rise – The Ghaghara River rose 100 cm in 12 hours

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The water level of the Ghaghra River rises in Dhanghata. Samvad news agency
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The Ghaghra flow increased by 100 cm in 12 hours
Floods threaten many villages.
Samvad news agency
The Money In the midst of incessant rains, the water level of the Ghaghra River rises rapidly. On Saturday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. the water level of the river was measured 100 cm. If the river’s water level rises like this, the villages between the river and the MBD dam of the Dhanghata-Tehsil area will soon be hit by flooding.
Due to the incessant rains of the last few days, during which life has been impaired, the rain has also affected the agriculture of the farmers. Now the river has also gained momentum and has strengthened the heartbeat of the residents of the village at the foot of the river. The water level of the Ghaghra River was on Friday at 4 p.m. at Turkvaliya Nayak at 78.00 meters. It reached 78,150 meters on Saturday at eight in the morning, while the water level of the river was measured at 78,250 meters at four in the evening. Due to the rapid rise in the river’s water level, 38 villages including Gaighat Dakshin, Dholbaja, Gunvatia, Chakdaha, Khalepurwa, Pathwa, Suraha, Kanchanpur, Saraiya, Kharaiya have started to increase the risk of flooding. Villagers Pappu, Suresh, Jaiprakash, Ramshankar, Toofani, Kewal, etc. say that due to the rapid rise of the river’s water level, the rice field sown in the river bed is wasted. Those who could not sow now find it difficult to sow. Tehsildar Ratnesh Tiwari said that given the rise in the river’s water level, reasonable precautions have been taken to prevent flooding. Flood outposts have been activated in Tighra and Umaria Bazar. The Tehsildar says that the river still flows far from the villages. No village is currently in danger.

The Ghaghra flow increased by 100 cm in 12 hours

Floods threaten many villages.

Samvad news agency

The Money In the midst of incessant rains, the water level of the Ghaghra River rises rapidly. On Saturday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. the water level of the river was measured 100 cm. If the river’s water level rises like this, the villages between the river and the MBD dam of the Dhanghata-Tehsil area will soon be hit by flooding.

Due to the incessant rains of the last few days, during which life has been impaired, the rain has also affected the agriculture of the farmers. Now the river has also gained momentum and has strengthened the heartbeat of the residents of the village at the foot of the river. The water level of the Ghaghra River was on Friday at 4 p.m. at Turkvaliya Nayak at 78.00 meters. It reached 78,150 meters on Saturday at eight in the morning, while the water level of the river was measured at 78,250 meters at four in the evening. Due to the rapid rise in the river’s water level, 38 villages including Gaighat Dakshin, Dholbaja, Gunvatia, Chakdaha, Khalepurwa, Pathwa, Suraha, Kanchanpur, Saraiya, Kharaiya have started to increase the risk of flooding. Villagers Pappu, Suresh, Jaiprakash, Ramshankar, Toofani, Kewal, etc. say that due to the rapid rise of the river’s water level, the rice field sown in the river bed is wasted. Those who could not sow now find it difficult to sow. Tehsildar Ratnesh Tiwari said that given the rise in the river’s water level, reasonable precautions have been taken to prevent flooding. Flood outposts have been activated in Tighra and Umaria Bazar. The Tehsildar says that the river still flows far from the villages. No village is currently in danger.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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